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GOVT D NTS 

/ ITEM 

JAN 1 5 1981 

CLEM >Ors 

LIBRARY 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 20240 



Secretary of the Interior Cecil D. Andrus 
Office of Hearings and Appeals — Ruth R. Banks, Director 
Office of the Solicitor ( Vacancy ) , Solicitor 



INDEX-DIGEST 
January 1975 — December 1979 



This index-digest covers all published and important unpublished 
decisions and opinions of the Department of the Interior for the 
period from January 1, 1975, through December 31, 1979, rendered 
in the Office of Hearings and Appeals, Ballston Towers, Building 
No. 3, 4015 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22203, and in the 
Office of the Solicitor, Interior Building, 18th and C Streets, 
N.W., Washington, D. C. 20240. 



Copies of this volume may be obtained from the Superintendent of 
Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402 



Editor's Note : The headnotes in this volume have been sorted by a 
computer. Editorial changes have been made to allow for grouping 
of the headnotes where they were similar and/or identical to head- 
notes from two or more decisions. 

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office 
Washington, D.C. 20402 



II 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Topical Index to Decisions & Opinions III 

Symbols Used in Decisions & Opinions XXXIV 

Table of Decisions Reported XXXV 

Table of Opinions Reported CXI 

Table of Overruled & Modified Cases CXIII 

Table of Suits for Judicial Review of 

Published & Unpublished Decisions CXVII 

Cumulative Index to Suits for Judicial 

Review of Departmental Decisions CXXXI 

Table of Statutes Cited: 

(A) United States Codes CLXX 

(B) United States Statutes 

(Acts of Congress) CCV 

(C) Revised Statutes CCVII 

Index-Digest 1 



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TOPICAL INDEX TO DECISIONS AND OPINIONS 
OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Page(s) 

ACCOUNTS 1-4 

( See also Funds — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 1 

FEES AND COMMISSIONS 1 

PAYMENTS 1-3 

REFUNDS 3-4 

ACCRETION 4 

ACQUIRED LANDS 4 

ACT OF APR. 24, 1820 4 

ACT OF JUNE 30, 1834 4 

ACT OF FEB. 8, 1887 5 

ACT OF MAR. 3, 1887 5 

ACT OF MAR. 2, 1889 5 

ACT OF MAR. 3, 1891 5 

ACT OF AUG. 15, 1894 5 

ACT OF AUG. 18, 1894 5-6 

ACT OF JUNE 4, 1897 6 

ACT OF JAN. 31, 1901 6 

ACT OF FEB. 15, 1901 6-7 

ACT OF APR. 21, 1904 7 

ACT OF APR. 23, 1904 7 

ACT OF MAR. 15, 1910 7-8 

ACT OF JUNE 25, 1910 8 

ACT OF JULY 22, 1912 8 

ACT OF DEC. 29, 1916 8 

ACT OF JUNE 10, 1920 8 

ACT OF FEB. 25, 1925 8 

ACT OF JUNE 14, 1926 9 

ACT OF JAN. 25, 1927 9 

ACT OF MAR. 4, 1927 9 

ACT OF MAY 21, 1930 9 

ACT OF APR. 23, 1932 9 

ACT OF JUNE 18, 1934 9 

ACT OF SEPT. 18, 1940 10 

ACT OF AUG. 13, 1949 10 

ACT OF AUG. 12, 1953 10 

ACT OF AUG. 15, 1953 10 

ACT OF AUG. 11, 1955 10 

ACT OF JULY 7, 1958 10 

ACT OF JULY 6, 1960 10 

ACT OF OCT. 8, 1964 10-11 

ACT OF OCT. 22, 1965 11 

ACT OF OCT. 15, 1966 11 

ACT OF SEPT. 26, 1968 11 

ACT OF DEC. 24, 1970 11-12 



IV 

Topical Index 

ACT OF — Continued Page(s) 

ACT OF DEC. 31, 1970 12 

ACT OF DEC. 15, 1971 12 

ACT OF OCT. 20, 1976 12 

ACT OF OCT. 21, 1976 12 

ADDITIONAL HOMESTEADS 12 

ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITY 13-18 

( See also Delegation of Authority, Federal Employees 
and Officers, Secretary of the Interior — if included 
in this Index. ) 

GENERALLY 13-16 

ENFORCEMENT OF CRIMINAL VIOLATIONS 16 

ESTOPPEL 16-18 

LACHE S 18 

ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICE 18-23 

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE 23-48 

( See also Appeals, Contests and Protests, Hearings 
Rules of Practice — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 23-27 

ADJUDICATION 27-28 

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES 28-29 

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT 29-31 

ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW 31-32 

BURDEN OF PROOF 32-38 

DECISIONS 38 

HEARING EXAMINERS 39 

HEARINGS 39-45 

INITIAL DECISION 45-46 

JUDICIAL REVIEW 46 

LICENSING 46 

RULEMAKING 46-47 

STANDING 47 

SUBSTANTIAL EVIDENCE 47-48 

AGENCY 48 

AIRPORTS 48 

ALASKA 48-85 

GENERALY 48-49 

ALASKA NATIVE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT ACT ■ 49-50 

GRAZING 50-51 

HEADQUARTERS SITES 51-54 

HOMESITES 54-55 

HOMESTEADS 55-58 

INDIAN AND NATIVE AFFAIRS 58-59 

LAND GRANTS AND SELECTIONS 59-63 

Generally 59-62 

Applications 6 2 

Mental Health Lands 63 

Mineral Lands 63 

Validity 63 



Topical Index 

ALASKA — Continued Page ( s ) 

MINERAL LEASES AND PERMITS 63 

MINING CLAIMS 63-64 

NATIVE ALLOTMENTS 64-79 

NAVIGABLE WATERS 79 

General ly 79 

Impediments to Navigation 79 

Use of Waterway 79 

OIL AND GAS LEASES 79 

POSSESSORY RIGHTS 79-80 

STATEHOOD ACT 80-82 

TIDELANDS 82 

TOWNS ITES 82-83 

TRADE AND MANUFACTURING SITES 83-85 

ALASKA NATIVE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT ACT (Dec. 18, 1971, 

85 Stat. 688) 85-119 

GENERALLY 85-87 

ABORIGINAL CLAIMS 87-88 

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE 88-93 

General ly 88-90 

App 1 ica t ions 9 1 

Primary Place of Residence 91 

Dec i s ions 9 1 

Es toppel 92 

Interim Conveyance 92 

Settlement Approval 93 

Standing 93 

ALASKA NATIVE CLAIMS APPEAL BOARD 93-102 

Administrative Procedure 93 

Decisions 93 

Interim Conveyance • 93 

Standing 93 

Appea 1 s 93-101 

Generally 93-95 

Dismissal 95 

Jurisdiction 95-97 

Parties 97 

Reconsideration 97 

Res Judicata 98 

Settlement Approval 98 

Standing 98-100 

Statement of Facts for Standing 100 

Statement of Reasons 100 

Summary Dismissal 100-101 

Waiver 101 

Dismissal 102 

Generally 102 



VI 

Topical Index 

ALASKA NATIVE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT ACT— Continued Page(s) 

CONVEYANCE S 102-104 

General ly 102-103 

Reconveyances 103-104 

Valid Existing Rights 104 

DEFINITIONS 104 

General ly 104 

Land Selections 104 

Public Lands 104 

DISENROLLMENT 105 

Computation of Time for Filing and Service 105 

EASEMENTS — 105 

General ly 105 

Review 105 

ENROLLMENT 105 

Metlakatla Natives 105 

INDIAN RESIDENCE ALLOTMENT 105-106 

LAND SELECTIONS 106-114 

Generally 106-107 

Conveyances 107 

Easements 107 

Generally 107 

Descriptions 107 

Entrymen 107 

Primary Place of Residence 108 

Proof 108 

Regional Corporations 108 

Section 14(c) 108 

State Interests 108-110 

Generally 108-109 

Statehood Act Selections 109-110 

Generally 109 

Tentative Approvals 109-110 

Survey 1 10 

Third-Party Interests 110-111 

Valid Existing Rights 111-113 

Village Selections 113 

Withdrawals 114 

NATIVE VILLAGE LAND SELECTIONS 114 

General ly 114 

Procedural Requirements 114 

Summary Dismissal 114 

Retroactive Application 114 

NATIVE VILLAGE SELECTIONS ■ 114-115 

PRIMARY PLACE OF RESIDENCE — 115-116 

General ly 115 

Criteria 115 



VII 
Topical Index 

ALASKA NATIVE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT ACT— Continued 

PRIMARY PLACE OF RESIDENCE— Continued Page(s) 

Filing Deadline 115 

Waiver 115 

Intent to Reside W/o Evidence of Actual Resid. is Insuff. 

to Estab. Claim to Land as Primary Place of Residence 116 

REGIONAL CORPORATIONS 116 

RENUNCIATION OF ENROLLMENT IN METLAKATLA 

INDIAN COMMUNITY 116 

SUMMARY DISMISSAL 116 

SURVEY 116 

General ly 1 16 

Procedures 116 

Standard Parallel 116 

VILLAGE ELIGIBILITY 117 

General ly 117 

Unlisted Villages 117 

VILLAGE ENTITLEMENT 117 

WAIVER 117 

WITHDRAWALS AND RESERVATIONS 117-119 

Generally 117-118 

Cornering 1 18 

Generally 118 

Survey Offsets 118 

Deficiency 11* 

Federal Installations 118 

Terminat ion 119 

APPEALS 119-124 

( See also Civil Rights, Contracts, Federal Coal Mine 
Health and Safety Act of 1969, Grazing Permits and 
Licences, Indian Probate, Indian Tribes, Rules of 
Practice, Torts, Uniform Relocation Assistance and 
Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 — if 
included in this Index.) 

APPLICATIONS AND ENTRIES 124-134 

GENERALLY 124-128 

AMENDMENTS 128-129 

CANCELLATION 129 

FILING 129-131 

INHERITABILITY 131 

PRIORITY 131-132 

RIGHTS OF WIDOWS, HEIRS, OR DEVISEES 132 

VALID EXISTING RIGHTS 132-133 

VESTED RIGHTS 133-134 

APPRAISALS 134-136 

APPROPRIATIONS 136 

( See also Expenditures, Funds — if included in this Index.) 



VI11 Topical Index 

Page(s) 

ASSISTANT SECRETARIES OF THE INTERIOR 136 

ATTORNEYS 137 

AUTHORITY TO BIND GOVERNMENT 137 

AVULS I ON 137-138 

BONNEVILLE POWER ADMINISTRATION 138 

GENERALLY 138 

BOUNDARIES ■ 138 

( See also Accretion, Avulsion, Reliction, Surveys 
of Public Lands — if included in this Index.) 

BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS 138-139 

( See also Indian Probate — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 138-139 

ADMINISTRATIVE APPEALS 139 

General ly 139 

Acts of Agents of the United States 139 

Limitation on Authority to Act 139 

Generally 139 

Contracts Express or Implied in Fact 139 

Notice of Limitation on Authority 139 

F i 1 ing 139 

Mandatory Time Limit 139 

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT 139-140 

( See also Mineral Leasing Act — if included in this Index.) 

BUREAU OF RECLAMATION 140-143 

GENERALLY 140 

AUTHORIZATION 140-141 

CONSTRUCTION 141 

ENVIRONMENT 141-142 

EXCESS LANDS 142 

FINDINGS OF FEASIBILITY — 142 

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 142 

REPAYMENT AND WATER SERVICE CONTRACTS 142 

RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS 142 

SMALL PRO T ECTS PROGRAM 142-143 

CLASSIFICATION AND MULTIPLE USE ACT OF 1964 143 

COAL LANDS 143 

COAL LEASES AND PERMITS — 143-149 

GENERALLY 143-144 

APPLICATIONS 144-146 

CANCELLATION 146 

LEASE S 146-148 

PERMITS 148-149 

General ly 148-149 

ROY ALT IE S 149 

COAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 149 

COLOR OR CLAIM OF TITLE 149-155 

GENERALLY 149-152 



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Topical Index 

COLOR OR CLAIM OF TITLE— Continued Page(s) 

ADVERSE POSSESSION 152 

APPLICATIONS 152 

APPRAISED VALUE 153 

CULTIVATION ■ 153 

DESCRIPTION OF LAND 153 

GOOD FAITH ■ 153-154 

IMPROVEMENTS 154-155 

COMMUNICATION SITES ■ 155-157 

COMMUNITY PROPERTY 157 

CONFLICT OF INTEREST 157 

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 157-159 

GENERALLY 157-158 

DUE PROCESS — ■ ■ 158-159 

CONTESTS AND PROTESTS 159-164 

( See also Rules of Practice — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 159-164 

CONTRACTS 164-197 

( See also Delegation of Authority, Labor, Rules 
of Practice — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 164-16 5 

CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION 165-181 

Generally — 165 

Actions of Parties 165-166 

Allowable Costs 167 

Assignment of Claims — ■ 167 

Changed Conditions (Differing Site Conditions) 168 

Changes and Extras 168-171 

Conflicting Clauses 171 

Construction Against Drafter — 171-172 

Contract Clauses 172-173 

Contracting Officer 173 

Contractor 173 

Differing Site Conditions (Changed Conditions) 173-174 

Drawings and Specifications — 174-175 

Duty to Inquire — 175-176 

Estimated Quantities 176 

General Rules of Construction — 176-178 

Government-furnished Property 178 

Intent of Parties 178 

Labor Laws 178 

Modification of Contracts ■ 178 

Generally 178 

Notices 178-179 

Payment s 179-180 

Privity of Contract 180 

Protests ■ 180 

Subcontractors and Suppliers 180-181 



Topical Index 

CONTRACTS — Cont inued 

CONSTRUCTION AND 0PERATI0N5~Cont inued Page(s) 

Third Persons 181 

Waiver and Estoppel 181 

CONTRACT DISPUTES ACT OF 1978 181 

Interest "81 

Jurisdiction 181 

DISPUTES AND REMEDIES 181-190 

Generally 181-182 

Appe al s 182 

Burden of Proof 182-184 

Damages 184-185 

Generally 184 

Actual Damages 184 

Liquidated Damages 184-185 

Measurement 185 

Equitable Adjustments 185-188 

Jur isdict ion 188-189 

Substantial Evidence 189 

Termination for Default 189-190 

Generally 189-190 

Excess Costs 190 

FORMATION AND VALIDITY 191-192 

General ly 191 

Authority to Make ■ 191 

Bid Award 191 

Cost-type Contracts 191-192 

Formalities 192 

Legality 192 

Mistakes 192 

Negotiated Contracts 192 

PERFORMANCE OR DEFAULT 192-197 

Acceleration 192 

Acceptance of Performance 192-193 

Breach 193 

Compensable Delays 193 

Excusable Delays 193-194 

Impossibility of Performance 194-195 

Inspection 195 

Release and Settlement 195-196 

Substantial Performance 196 

Suspension of Work 196-197 

Waiver and Estoppel 197 

CONVEYANCES 197-198 

GENERALLY 197 

INTEREST CONVEYED 197 

REVERTERS 198 



XI 

Topical Index 

Page(s) 

COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS 198 

COURTS 198 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY 198-199 

GENERALLY 198 

EXTENT OF 199 

DESERT LAND ENTRY 199-203 

GENERALLY 199-200 

APPLICANTS 200 

APPLICATIONS 200-201 

ASSIGNMENT 201 

CANCELLATION 201 

CLASSIFICATION 201-202 

DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM 202 

EXTENSION OF TIME 202 

FINAL PROOF 202 

LANDS SUBJECT TO 202 

WATER SUPPLY 203 

ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT OF 1973 203 

SECTION 7 203 

Consultation 203 

Critical Habitat 203 

Mitigation 203 

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT 203 

( See also National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 — 
if included in this Index.) 

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY 203-205 

( See also Air Quality, Pollution, Water Pollution 
Control — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 203-205 

ENVIRONMENTAL STATEMENTS 205 

EQUITABLE ADJUDICATION 205-207 

GENERALLY 205-207 

SUBSTANTIAL COMPLIANCE 207 

ESTOPPEL 207-210 

EVIDENCE 210-221 

GENERALLY 210-213 

ADMISSIBILITY 213-214 

BURDEN OF PROOF 214-217 

CREDIBILITY 217 

CREDIBILITY OF WITNESSES 217 

HEARSAY 217 

OFFICIAL NOTICE 217 

PREPONDERANCE 217-218 

PRESUMPTIONS 2 18-219 

PRIMA FACIE CASE 219 

S T IP ULAT IONS 219 

SUFFICIENCY 219-221 

WEIGHT 221 



XII 

Topical Index 



Page(s) 



EXCHANGES OF LAND 221-222 

( See also Indian Lands, Private Exchanges, State Exchanges, 
Wildlife Refuges and Projects — if included in the Index.) 

GENERALLY 221 

FOREST EXCHANGES 221-222 

EXECUTIVE ORDERS AND PROCLAMATIONS 222 

FEDERAL COAL MINE HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT OF 1969 222-238 

GENERALLY 222 

ABATEMENT ' 222 

Withdrawal Orders 222 

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE 222-223 

Appe al s 222 

Di smi s s a 1 s 222 

De f au 1 1 s 222 

Generally 222 

Affirmative Defenses 222 

Hearings 222 

Amendments to Pleadings 222 

Parties 222-223 

Re cons ideration 223 

Rulemaking 223 

APPEALS 223 

Generally 223 

Penal ties 223 

APPLICATIONS FOR REVIEW 223 

General ly 223 

Investigations 223 

Issues 223 

Pleading 223 

BURDEN OF PROOF 223 

CLOSURE ORDERS 223-224 

General ly 223-224 

Imminent Danger 224 

DISCRIMINATION 224 

Filing Period 224 

Intent ion 224 

Scope of Review 224 

ENTITLEMENT OF MINERS 224-225 

General ly 224 

Compensation 224-225 

Generally 224-225 

Dismissal 225 

D i s charge 225 

Generally 225 

Legitimate Causes 225 

Discrimination 225 

Hearings 225 

Pleading 225 

Good Faith 225 



XIII 

Topical Index 

FEDERAL COAL MINE HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT OF 1969— Continued Page(s) 

EVIDENCE 225-226 

Adverse Witnesses 225 

Credibility of Testimony 225 

Credibility of Witnesses 225 

Photographs 226 

Probative Weight 226 

Pr eponde ranee 226 

Prima Facie Case 226 

Relevancy 2 26 

Sufficiency 226 

HEARINGS 226-228 

Gene ra 1 ly 226 

Abuse of Discretion 226 

Admissibility of Evidence 226 

Burden of Proof 226 

Mo t i ons 227 

Notice and Service 227 

Pleading 227 

Powers of Administrative Law Judges 227 

Summary Decisions 227 

Waive r 2 28 

IMMINENT DANGER 228 

General ly 228 

Extent of Withdrawal 228 

Proximate Peril 228 

INCOMBUSTIBLE DUST PROGRAMS 228 

Evidence 228 

Sufficiency 228 

MANDATORY HEALTH STANDARDS ■ 228 

Bathhouse and Changeroom Facilities 228 

MANDATORY SAFETY STANDARDS 228-231 

Accumulations of Combustible Materials 228-229 

Generally 228 

Congressional Purpose 228 

Coal Mine Operator Responsibility 228 

Elements of Proof 229 

Reasonable Time 229 

Violations 229 

Electric Equipment 229 

Incombustible Contents 229 

Maintenance of Electric Equipment 229 

Methane Accumulations 229 

Methane Tests 229 

Pe rmis s i bi li t y 229-230 

Generally 229 

Brakes on Electric Face Equipment 229 

Schedule 2 G 229 

Switches on Electric Face Equipment 230 



XIV 

Topical Index 

FEDERAL COAL MINE HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT OF 1969— Continued 

MANDATORY SAFETY STANDARDS— Continued Page(s) 

Protective Equipment 230 

Recording Examinations 230 

Roof Control 230 

Roof Control Plans 230 

Generally 230 

Evidence 230 

Self-rescue Devices 230 

Spalling Ribs 230-231 

Ventilation Plan 231 

Vio la t ions 231 

Negligence 231 

MINES SUBJECT TO THE ACT 231 

MODIFICATION OF APPLICATION OF MANDATORY HEALTH STANDARDS 231 

Jur isdict ion 231 

MODIFICATION OF APPLICATION OF MANDATORY SAFETY STANDARDS - 231-232 

General ly 231 

Automatic Couplers 232 

Burden of Proof 232 

Diminution of Safety 232 

Publication 232 

Roof Control Plans 232 

NOTICE OF VIOLATION 232-233 

Abatement 232 

Party to be Charged 232 

Reasonableness of Time 232-233 

Reportable Accidents ■ 233 

Sufficiency 233 

PARTIES 233 

Failure to Answer ■ 233 

Failure to Participate 233 

PENALTIES 233-235 

Admissibility of Previous Violations 233 

Amoun t s 233-234 

Criteria 2 34 

Official Notice 234 

Elements of Proof 234 

Existence of Violation 234 

Generally 234 

Evidence 234 

Mitigation 234 

Negligence 234 

Procedure of Assessment 234 

Re a s onab 1 ene s s 235 

REGULAT IONS 235 

General ly 235 



XV 
Topical Index 

FEDERAL COAL MINE HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT OF 1969 — Continued Page(s) 

RESPIRATORY DUST PROGRAM 235 

General ly 235 

Sufficiency of Evidence 235 

REVIEW OF NOTICES AND ORDERS 235-236 

General ly 235 

Delegation 235 

Dismissal of Applications 235-236 

Jurisdiction 236 

Notice and Service 236 

Scope of Review 236 

SECRETARIAL ORDERS 236 

General ly 236 

TEMPORARY RELIEF 236 

General ly 236 

UNAVAILABILITY OF EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS, OR QUALIFIED 

TECHNICIANS 236 

General ly 236 

Pleading and Proof 236 

Sufficiency 236 

UNWARRANTABLE FAILURE 236-237 

General ly 236 

Notices of Violation 237 

Withdrawal Orders ■ 237 

Generally 237 

Imminent Danger 237 

VALIDITY OF REGULATIONS 237 

WITHDRAWAL ORDERS 237-238 

General ly 237 

Failure to Abate 237 

Imminent Danger 237 

Specif icity 237 

Unwarrantable Failure 238 

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES AND OFFICERS 238-241 

GENERALLY 238 

AUTHORITY TO BIND GOVERNMENT 238-241 

INTEREST IN LANDS 241 

MEMBERS OF CONGRESS 241 

FEDERAL LAND POLICY AND MANAGEMENT ACT OF 1976 241-256 

GENERALLY 241-245 

ASSESSMENT WORK 245-246 

DISCLAIMERS OF INTEREST 246 

EXCHANGE S 246-24 7 

GRAZING LEASES AND PERMITS 247 

PERMITS 247 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 247 

RECORDATION OF AFFIDAVIT OF ASSESSMENT WORK OR NOTICE 
OF INTENTION TO HOLD MINING CLAIM 247-248 



XVI 

Topical Index 

FEDERAL LAND POLICY AND MANAGEMENT ACT OF 1969— Continued Page(s) 

RECORDATION OF MINING CLAIMS AND ABANDONMENT 248-252 

REPEALERS 252-253 

RIGHTS-OF-WAY 253-254 

RULES AND REGULATIONS 254 

SALES 254-255 

SERVICE CHARGES 255 

WILDERNESS 255-256 

FEDERAL METAL AND NONMETALLIC MINE SAFETY ACT 256 

IMMINENT DANGER WITHDRAWAL ORDERS 256 

Dismissal 256 

Mo o t n e s s ■ 256 

FEDERAL PROPERTY AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES ACT 256 

( See also Accounts — if included in this Index.) 

FEES 256 

FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE 256-257 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT (Act of June 5, 1967) 257 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 257-258 

GEOTHERMAL LEASES 259-270 

GENERALLY 259 

ACREAGE LIMITATIONS 260 

APPL I C ATI ONS 260-262 

Generally 260-262 

Amendments 262 

Description 262 

ASSIGNMENTS OR TRANSFERS 262 

BONDS 262-263 

COMPETITIVE LEASES 263 

CONSENT OF AGENCY 263 

DESCRIPTION OF LAND 263 

DISCRETION TO LEASE 264-265 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 265-266 

Generally 265-266 

FIRST QUALIFIED APPLICANT 266 

HEARINGS 266 

KNOWN GEOTHERMAL RESOURCES AREA 266-267 

LANDS SUBJECT TO 267-268 

NONCOMPETITIVE LEASES 268-269 

REINSTATEMENT 269 

RENTALS 270 

STIPULATIONS • 270 

TE RM I NAT I ON 270 

GEOTHERMAL RESOURCES 270-271 

GRAZING AND GRAZING LANDS 271 

GRAZING LEASES 272-280 

GENERALLY 272-274 

APPLICATIONS 274-276 



Topical Index 



XVII 



GRAZING LEASES — Continued 



Page(s) 



APPORTIONMENT OF LAND 276 

AS S IGNMENT 276 

CANCELLATION OR REDUCTION 276-278 

PREFERENCE RIGHT APPLICANTS 278-279 

RENEWAL 279-280 

GRAZING PERMITS AND LICENSES 280-288 

GENERALLY ■ 280-282 

ADJUDICATION ■ 282-283 

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE 283 

APPEALS 283-284 

BASE PROPERTY (LAND) 284-285 

Generally 284 

Ownership or Control 284 

Trans f e r s 285 

BASE PROPERTY (WATER) 285 

CANCELLATION OR REDUCTION 285-286 

FEDERAL RANGE CODE 286 

HEARINGS 286 

RANGE SURVEYS 286 

TRESPASS 286-288 

HEARINGS 288-292 

( See also Administrative Procedure, Civil Rights, 
Endangered Species Conservation Act, Federal Coal Mine 
Health and Safety Act of 1969, Federal Metal and Nonmetal- 
lic Mine Safety Act, Geotheraal Leases, Grazing Permits 
and Licenses, Indian Probate, Mining Claims, Multiple 
Mineral Development Act, Rules of Practice, Surface 
Resources Act, Water Pollution Control — if included in 
this Index. ) 

HOMESTEADS (ORDINARY) 292-298 

( See also Additional Homesteads, Enlarged Homesteads, 
Reclamation Homesteads, Soldiers 1 Additional Homesteads, 
Stock-Raising Homesteads — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 292-293 

AMENDMENT 293 

APPLICATIONS 293-294 

CLASSIFICATION 294 

CONTESTS 294-295 

CULTIVATION 295-296 

FINAL PROOF 296-297 

LANDS SUBJECT TO 297 

RESIDENCE 298 

SECOND ENTRY 298 

SETTLEMENT 298 

INDIAN ALLOTMENTS ON PUBLIC DOMAIN 298-301 

GENERALLY 298-299 

CLASSIFICATION 299 



XVIII 

Topical Index 

INDIAN ALLOTMENTS ON PUBLIC DOMAIN— Continued Page(s) 

LANDS SUBJECT TO 299-300 

INDIAN ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES 301 

BUY INDIAN ACT 301 

INDIAN LANDS 301-307 

( See also Indian Probate — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 301 

ALLOTMENTS 301-302 

Generally 301-302 

Alienation 302 

Patent s 302 

Applications 302 

CEDED LANDS 302-303 

CONTRACTS 303 

Formation and Validity 303 

Bids and Awards 303 

Mistakes 303 

FEE LANDS 303 

FORESTRY 303 

Timber Sales Contract 303 

Administrative Fees 303 

GRAZING 303 

Generally 303 

Appeals 303 

Generally 303 

Sales 303 

Generally 303 

Indian Preference 303 

Generally 303 

IRRIGATION ■ 304 

LEASES AND PERMITS 304-306 

Generally 304 

Farming and Grazing 304 

Grazing 304 

Allocation 304 

Generally 304 

Revocation or Cancellation 304 

Long-term Business/Agriculture 305 

Generally 305 

Cancellation 305 

Rentals 305 

Waiver 305 

Generally 305 

Subleases, Assignments, Amendments, Encumbrances 305-306 

Violation 306 

Damages 306 



XIX 
Topical Index 

INDIAN LANDS— Continued Page(s) 

OIL AND GAS LEASING 306 

Generally 306 

Allotted Lands 306 

Tribal Lands 306 

PATENT IN FEE 306 

Generally 306 

Jurisdiction 306 

RESERVATION BOUNDARY 306 

RIGHTS-OF-WAY 306-307 

SUB-SURFACE ESTATES 307 

TAXATION 307 

TRESPASS 307 

Dama ge s 307 

TRIBAL RIGHTS IN ALLOTTED LANDS 307 

INDIAN PROBATE 308-327 

( See also Indian Lands, Indian Tribes — if included in 
this Index.) 

GENERALLY 308 

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE 308 

Generally 308 

Applicability to Indian Probate 308 

Official Notice, Record 308 

ADOPTION ( See also CHILDREN, ADOPTED— if included in 

this Index. ) 308 

Gene ral ly 308 

APPEAL 308-309 

Administrative Law Judge as Trier of Facts 308-309 

Extension of Time for Filing 309 

Matters Considered on Appeal 309 

Timely Filing 309 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 309-310 

Generally 309-310 

Fees 310 

CANADIAN INDIAN ( See also NATIONAL OF ANOTHER COUNTRY— 

if included in this Index. ) 310 

CHILDREN, ADOPTED ( See also ADOPTION— if included in 

this Index.) 310 

Indian Custom Adoptions 310 

CHILDREN, ILLEGITIMATE 310 

Generally 310 

CLAIM AGAINST ESTATE ( See also DIVORCE— if included 

in this Index.) 310-311 

Generally 310-311 

Care and Support 311 

Limitation on Actions 311 

Proof of Claim 311 

Secured Claim 311 

Generally 311 

Source of Funds for Payment 311 



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Topical Index 



INDIAN PROBATE — Continued Page(s) 

CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS (43 CFR Part 4 formerly 

Title 25 Part 15-Interpretation & Construction) 311 

Generally 311 

COMPROMISE SETTLEMENTS 311 

Generally 311 

DETERMINATION OF HEIRS BY WAIVER OR AGREEMENT 311-312 

Generally ■ 311-312 

DIVORCE 3 12 

Generally 312 

Indian Custom 312 

Generally — 312 

DOWER 312 

Generally 312 

EVIDENCE 312-314 

Generally 312-313 

Conflicting Testimony 313 

Hearsay Evidence 313 

Newly Discovered Evidence 313-314 

P r e s ump t io ns 314 

Proof of Marriage 314 

Requests for Discovery 314 

HALF BLOOD 314 

Generally 314 

HEARING ( See also ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE, REHEARING— 

if included in this Index. ) 314-315 

Generally 314 

Full and Complete 314-315 

Notice 315 

HEARING EXAMINER ( See also ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE— if 

included in this Index.) -■ 315 

Au t ho r i t y 315 

HOMESTEAD RIGHT 315 

Generally 315 

INDIAN REORGANIZATION ACT OF June 18, 1934 315 

(WHEELER-HOWARD ACT) (25 U.S.C. § 464 et seq.) 

Gene ral ly 315 

Construction of Section 4 315-316 

Nonapplicability 316 

INHERITING ( See also CHILDREN ADOPTED, CHILDREN 

ILLEGITIMATE— if included in this Index.) 316 

Non-Indian 316 

JUDICIAL REVIEW 316 

Generally 316 

MARRIAGE 316-317 

Common Law 316 

Common Law and Indian Custom Distinguished 316 

Indian Custom 316 

Generally 316 

Proof of Marriage 316-317 



XXI 
Topical Index 

INDIAN PROBATE — Continued Page(s) 

NOTICE OF HEARING 317 

Gene ral ly 317 

PLEADING ( See also APPEAL, PETITION FOR REHEARING— if 

included in this Index. ) 317 

Extension of Time 317 

RECONSIDERATION ( See also APPEAL, RECONSIDERATION— if 

included in this Index. ) 317 

Generally 317 

REHEARING 317-318 

Generally 317-318 

Pleading, Timely Filing 318 

REOPENING 318-321 

Generally 318-320 

Standing to Petition for Reopening 320 

Waiver of Time Limitation 320-321 

SECRETARY'S AUTHORITY ■ 321 

Gene ral ly 321 

Jurisdiction of the Courts 321 

STATE LAW 321-322 

Gene ral ly 321 

Applicability to Indian Probate, Intestate Estates 321 

Generally 321 

Applicability to Indian Probate, Testate 321-322 

TRIBAL COURTS 322 

Gene ral ly 322 

TRUST PROPERTY 322 

Generally 322 

WILLS ( See also INHERITING— if included in this Index.) 322-326 

Gene ral ly 322 

Approval of Will 322-326 

Children, Disinheritance of 323 

Construction of • 323 

Contest 323 

Dependent Relative Revocation 323 

Disapproval of Will 323 

Failure to Mention Child 323 

Failure to Mention Spouse 323 

Holographic Will 323 

Insane Delusions 324 

Lost Will 324 

Proof of Will 324 

Publication 324 

Revo ca t ion 324 

Self-proved Wills 324 

State Law 324 

Applicability to Indian Probate, Testate 324 

Testamentary Capacity 324-325 

Generally 324-325 

Alcohol 325 



XXII 

Topical Index 

INDIAN PROBATE— Continued 

WILLS — Continued Page(s) 

Undue Influence 325 

Generally 325 

Failure to Establish, Generally 325-326 

Failure to Establish, Opportunity 326 

Unnatural Will 326 

Witnesses, Attesting 326 

WI TNE S SE S 326-327 

Cross-examination • 326 

Observation by Administrative Law Judge 327 

YAKIMA TRIBES 327 

Gene ral ly 327 

Valuation Reports 327 

INDIAN TRIBES 327-329 

( See also Indian Probate — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 327 

ATTORNEY S 327 

Fees 327 

CONSTITUTION, BYLAWS AND ORDINANCES 327-328 

ELECTIONS 328 

Generally 328 

ENROLLMENT 328 

HUNTING AND FISHING 328 

On Reservation 328 

JUDGMENT FUNDS 328 

JURISDICTION 328 

SOVEREIGN POWERS 328 

TRIBAL AUTHORITY 328-329 

INDIAN WATER AND POWER RESOURCES 329 

GENERALLY 329 

IRRIGATION PROJECTS 329 

INDIANS 329 

GENERALLY 329 

CRIMINAL JURISDICTION 329 

WELFARE 329 

INTERVENTION ■ 329 

JUDICIAL REVIEW 329 

( See also Administrative Procedure — if included in this 
Index. ) 

LACHES 330 

LIEU SELECTIONS 330 

LOWER COLORADO RIVER LAND USE 330-331 

MATERIALS ACT 331 

MILLSITES 331-332 

( See also Mining Claims — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 331-332 

DETERMINATION OF VALIDITY 332 



XXIII 

Topical Index 

MILLSITES — Continued Page(s) 

INDEPENDENT 332 

PATENTS 332 

MINERAL LANDS 333-337 

GENERALLY 333 

DETERMINATION OF CHARACTER OF 333-334 

LEASE S 334 

MINERAL RESERVATION 335 

NONMINERAL ENTRIES 335-336 

PROSPECTING PERMITS 336-337 

MINERAL LEASING ACT 337-341 

( See also Coal Leases and Permits, Geothermal Leases, Oil 
and Gas Leases, Phosphate Leases and Permits, Potassium 
Leases and Permits, Sodium Leases and Permits — if included 
in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 337-339 

APPLICABILITY 339 

CONSENT OF AGENCY 339 

ENVIRONMENT 339-340 

LANDS SUBJECT TO 340 

METHODS OF DEVELOPMENT 340 

RENTALS 340 

ROYALTIES 340-341 

MINERAL LEASING ACT FOR ACQUIRED LANDS 341-344 

GENERALLY 341-342 

CONSENT OF AGENCY ■ 342-343 

LANDS SUBJECT TO 343-344 

MINERALS EXPLORATION 344 

( See also Defense Minerals Exploration — if included in 
this Index.) 

MINES AND MINING 344 

MINING CLAIMS 344-424 

( See also Multiple Mineral Development Act, Surface 
Resources Act — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 344-348 

ABANDONMENT 348-350 

ASSAYS 350 

ASSESSMENT WORK 350-353 

COMMON IMPROVEMENT 353 

COMMON VARIETIES OF MINERALS 353-356 

Generally 353-355 

Special Value 355 

Unique Property 356 

CONTESTS 356-369 

DETERMINATION OF VALIDITY 369-379 

DISCOVERY ■ 379-390 

Generally 379-390 

Geologic Inference 390 

Marketability 390-392 



XXIV 

Topical Index 

MINING CLAIMS — Continued Page(s) 

ENVIRONMENT 392 

EXCESS RESERVES 392 

HEARINGS 393-398 

LANDS SUBJECT TO 398-403 

LOCATABILITY OF MINERAL 403-404 

Generally 403-404 

Leasable Compounds 404 

LOCATION 404-406 

LODE CLAIMS 407 

MARKETABILITY 407 

MILLSITES 407-408 

MINERAL SURVEYS 408 

PATENT 408-409 

PATENT IMPROVEMENTS 409 

PLACER CLAIMS 409-410 

POSSESSORY RIGHT 410-411 

POWERSITE LANDS 411-412 

RECORDATION 412-415 

RELOCATION 415-416 

SPECIAL ACTS 416-417 

SPECIFIC MINERAL(S) INVOLVED 417-418 

General ly 417 

Bog Iron Ore 417 

Clay 417-418 

Fledspar 418 

Gold 418 

Water 418 

SURFACE USES 418-419 

TITLE 419 

TUNNEL SITES 419 

WITHDRAWN LAND 419-424 

MINING CLAIMS RIGHTS RESTORATION ACT 424-425 

MINING OCCUPANCY ACT 425-427 

GENERALLY 425-426 

ACREAGE TO BE CONVEYED 426 

CONVEYANCES 426 

PRINCIPAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE 426 

QUALIFIED APPLICANT 426-427 

MISTAKES 427 

GENERALLY ■ 427 

MULTIPLE MINERAL DEVELOPMENT ACT 427-428 

GENERALLY 427-428 

MULTIPLE USE 428 

NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT OF 1969 428-430 

GENERALLY 428-429 

ENVIRONMENTAL STATEMENTS 429-430 

NATIONAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION ACT 430 

GENERALLY 430 

APPLICABILITY 430 



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Page(s) 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 430 

GENERALLY 430 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE AREAS 430-431 

GENERALLY 430-431 

LAND 431 

Min ing 431 

WATER RIGHTS 431 

NAVAL PETROLEUM RESERVES 431 

NAVIGABLE WATERS 431-432 

NOTICE 432-434 

GENERALLY 432-434 

CONSTRUCTIVE NOTICE 434 

COURTESY NOTICE 434 

OATHS 434 

OFFICE OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS 434 

( See also Director — if included in this Index.) 

OIL AND GAS LEASES 434-587 

GENERALLY 434-440 

ACQUIRED LANDS LEASES 441-444 

ACREAGE LIMITATIONS 444-445 

APPLICATIONS 445-502 

General ly 445-470 

Amendments 470-471 

Attorneys-in-Fact or Agents 471-476 

Description 476-477 

Drawings 477-494 

Filing 494-496 

Legibility 49 6 

Reinstatement 497 

640-acre Limitation 497 

Six-mile Square Rule 497 

Sole Party in Interest 497-502 

ASSIGNMENTS OR TRANSFERS 502-503 

BONA FIDE PURCHASER 503-504 

BONDS 504-505 

CANCELLATION 505-507 

COMMUNITIZATION AGREEMENTS 507-508 

COMPETITIVE LEASES 508-511 

CONSENT OF AGENCY 511-512 

CONTRACTS FOR SALE OF ROYALTY OIL OR GAS 513 

DESCRIPTION OF LAND 513 

DISCRETION TO LEASE 513-518 

DRAINAGE 518 

DRILLING 518-519 

EXTENSIONS 519-523 

FIRST-QUALIFIED APPLICANT 523-526 

FUTURE AND FRACTIONAL INTEREST LEASES 526-528 

KNOWN GEOLOGIC STRUCTURE 528-530 



XXVI 

Topical Index 

OIL AND GAS LEASES— Continued Page(s) 

LANDS SUBJECT TO 530-535 

NONCOMPETITIVE LEASES 535-539 

OPTIONS 539 

PATENTED OR ENTERED LANDS 539 

PREFERENCE RIGHT LEASES 540 

PRODUCTION 540-541 

REINSTATEMENT 541-556 

RELINQUISHMENTS 556 

RENEWALS 556-557 

RENTALS 557-570 

RIGHTS-OF-WAY LEASES 570-571 

ROYALTIE S 571-572 

STIPULATIONS 572-576 

SUSPENSIONS 576-577 

TERMINATION 577-583 

TWENTY-YEAR LEASES 583 

UNIT AND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS 583-586 

WELL CAPABLE OF PRODUCTION 586-587 

OIL SHALE 587 

WITHDRAWAL S 587 

OREGON AND CALIFORNIA RAILROAD AND RECONVEYED COOS BAY 

GRANT LANDS 587 

GENERALLY 587 

SUSTAINED YIELD UNITS 587 

TIMBER SALES 587 

OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF LANDS ACT 587-589 

( See also Oil and Gas Leases — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 587-588 

OIL AND GAS LEASES 588 

OPERATING PROCEDURES 588-589 

REFUNDS 589 

STATE LEASES 589 

General ly 589 

UNIT PLANS ■ 589 

PATENTS OF PUBLIC LANDS 589-593 

GENERALLY 589-591 

AMENDMENTS 591 

EFFECT 591-592 

RESERVATIONS 592-593 

SUITS TO CANCEL 593 

PAYMENTS 593-595 

( See also Accounts — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 593-595 

REFUNDS 595 

PHOSPHATE LEASES AND PERMITS 595-596 

GENERALLY 595 

LEASES 595 

PERMITS 595-596 

RENTALS 596 

ROYALTIE S 596 



XXVII 
Topical Index 

Page(s) 

POTASSIUM LEASES AND PERMITS 596-597 

GENERALLY 596 

LEASES 596 

ROYALTIES 596-597 

POWER 597 

FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION 597 

POWERSITE LANDS 597 

PRACTICE BEFORE THE DEPARTMENT 597-598 

( See also Rules of Practice — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 597 

PERSONS QUALIFIED TO PRACTICE 597-598 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 598 

PRIVACY ACT 598 

PRIVATE EXCHANGES 598 

GENERALLY 598 

PUBLIC INTEREST 598 

PUBLIC LANDS 598-604 

( See also Accretion, Avulsion, Boundaries, Reliction, 
Surveys of Public Lands — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 598-599 

ADMINISTRATION 599-600 

APPRAISALS 600 

CLASSIFICATION 600 

DISPOSALS OF 600-601 

Generally 600-601 

JURISDICTION OVER 601 

LEASES AND PERMITS 601-602 

RIPARIAN RIGHTS 602-603 

SPECIAL USE PERMITS 603-604 

PUBLIC RECORDS 604-605 

( See also Administrative Procedure, Confidential 
Information — if included in this Index.) 

PUBLIC SALES 605-607 

GENERALLY 605-606 

APPLICATIONS 606 

PREFERENCE RIGHTS 606 

SALES UNDER SPECIAL STATUTES 607 

RAILROAD GRANT LANDS 607-608 

RECLAMATION HOMESTEADS 608 

GENERALLY 608 

RECLAMATION LANDS 608-609 

GENERALLY 608-609 

INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION OF WITHIN IRRIGATION DISTRICT 609 

IRRIGABLE LANDS ■ 609 

RECREATION AND PUBLIC PURPOSES ACT 609-611 



XXVIII 

Topical Index 

Page(s) 

REGULATIONS 611-620 

( See also Administrative Procedure — if included in this 
Index. ) 

GENERALLY 61 1-6 14 

APPLICABILITY 614-617 

BINDING ON THE SECRETARY 617 

FORCE AND EFFECT AS LAW 617-618 

INTERPRETATION 618-619 

PUBLICATION 619 

VALIDITY 619-620 

WAIVER ■ 620 

REINSTATEMENT 620-621 

GENERALLY 620-621 

RES JUDICATA 621-623 

RIGHTS-OF-WAY 623-633 

( See also Indian Lands, Outer Continental Shelf Lands 
Act, Reclamation Lands — if included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 623-627 

ACT OF MAR. 3, 1875 627 

ACT OF MAR. 3, 1891 627 

ACT OF JAN. 21, 1895 627 

ACT OF FEB. 15, 1901 627-628 

ACT OF MAR. 4, 1911 628-629 

ACT OF FEB. 25, 1920 ■ 629 

APPL I CAT IONS 629-630 

CANCELLATION 630-631 

CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS 631 

FEDERAL HIGHWAY ACT 631-632 

FEDERAL LAND POLICY AND MANAGEMENT ACT OF 1976 632 

NATURE OF INTEREST GRANTED 632-633 

RULE OF APPROXIMATION 633 

RULES OF PRACTICE 633-679 

( See also Appeals, Contests and Protests, Contracts, 
Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969, Hear- 
ings, Indian Probate, Practice Before the Department — if 
included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 633-634 

APPEALS 634-660 

Generally 634-639 

Answers 639 

Burden of Proof 639-642 

Disc o ve r y ■ — 642 

Dismissal 642-646 

Effect of ■ 646-647 

Extensions of Time 647-648 

Failure to Appeal 648-649 

Hearings 649-651 

Mo t i ons 651-653 

Notice of Appeal 653 

Reconside ration 653-655 

Service on Adverse Party 655-656 



XXIX 
Topical Index 

RULES OF PRACTICE— Continued 

APPEALS — Continued Page(s) 

Standing to Appeal 656-657 

Statement of Reasons 657-659 

Timely Filing 659-660 

EVIDENCE 660-664 

GOVERNMENT CONTESTS 664-670 

HEARI NGS 670-675 

PRIVATE CONTESTS 675-677 

PROTESTS 677-679 

SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY OF THE SECRETARY 679 

WITNESSES 679 

SCHOOL LANDS 679-681 

GENERALLY 679-680 

GRANTS OF LAND 680 

INDEMNITY SELECTIONS 680 

MINERAL LANDS 680-681 

SCRIP bttl-682 

( See also Soldiers' Additional Homesteads — if included in 
this Index.) 

GENERALLY 681 

PAYMENT IN SATISFACTION 681 

RECORDATION 681 

SPECIAL TYPES OF SCRIP 681-682 

VALIDITY 682 

SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR 682-686 

SEGREGATION 686-688 

GENERALLY 686-687 

FILING OF APPLICATION 687-688 

SETTLEMENTS ON PUBLIC LANDS 688-689 

SMALL TRACT ACT 689-690 

GENERALLY 689-690 

APPLICATIONS 690 

APPRAI SALS 690 

CLAS S I F I C AT I ON 690 

LANDS SUBJECT TO 690 

RENEWAL OF LEASE 690 

SODIUM LEASES AND PERMITS 690-692 

GENERALLY 690-691 

LEASES 691 

PERMITS 691-692 

PREFERENCE RIGHT LEASES 692 

ROYALTIES 692 

SOLDIERS' ADDITIONAL HOMESTEADS 692-693 

GENERALLY 692-693 

SOLICITOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 693 

SPECIAL USE PERMITS 693-694 

STATE GRANTS 694-695 

STATE LANDS 695 



XXX Topical Index 



Page(s) 



STATE LAWS 695 

STATE SELECTIONS 696-698 

( See also School Lands, Swamplands — if included in this 
Index. ) 

STATE TAXES - 698 

S T ATUTE S 698 

STATUTORY CONSTRUCTION 698-700 

GENERALLY 698-699 

ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTRUCTION 699-700 

IMPLIED REPEALS 700 

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY 700 

STOCK-RAISING HOMESTEADS 700-701 

SUBMERGED LANDS 701 

SUBMERGED LANDS ACT 701 

GENERALLY 701 

ACCRETIONS ■ 7 01 

SURFACE MINING CONTROL AND RECLAMATION ACT OF 1977 701-705 

ABATEMENT 701 

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE 702 

Gene ra 1 ly 702 

F i nd i ng s 702 

APPEAL S 702 

Effect of 702 

APPLICABILITY 702 

Generally 702 

Enforcement Provisions 702 

Pos training Land Use 702 

ATTORNEYS' FEES 702 

Bad Faith 702 

BACKFILLING AND GRADING REQUIREMENTS 703 

Previously-mine Lands 703 

CESSATION ORDERS ■ 703 

CIVIL PENALTIES 703 

Generally 703 

Hearings Procedure 703 

ENVIRONMENTAL HARM 703 

EVIDENCE 703 

HEARINGS 703 

INITIAL REGULATORY PROGRAM 703-704 

Gene r a 1 ly 703-704 

Performance Requirements 704 

Applicability 704 

State Regulation 704 

State Regulation 704 

INSPECTIONS 704 

PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY 704 

ROADS 704 

Ma i nt enanc e 704 



XXXI 
Topical Index 

SURFACE MINING CONTROL AND RECLAMATION ACT 
OF 1977 — Continued Page(s) 

SIGNS AND MARKERS 704 

SPOIL AND MINE WASTES 704 

Valley and Head-of-Hollow Fills 704 

STATE REGULATION 704 

SURFACE OWNER CONSENT 705 

TOP SOIL 705 

General ly 705 

Alternative Materials 705 

Handling 705 

VARIANCE S 705 

WATER QUALITY STANDARDS AND EFFLUENT LIMITATIONS 705 

Discharges from Disturbed Areas 705 

Disturbed Areas 705 

Sedimentation Ponds 705 

Sedimentation Ponds 705 

WORDS AND PHRASES 705 

SURFACE RESOURCES ACT 706 

GENERALLY 706 

APPLICABILITY 706 

HEARINGS 706 

VERIFIED STATEMENT 706 

SURPLUS PROPERTY 706 

( See also Federal Property and Administrative Services 
Act — if included in this Index.) 

SURVEYS OF PUBLIC LANDS 706-710 

GENERALLY 706-708 

AUTHORITY TO MAKE 709 

DEPENDENT RESURVEYS 709-710 

SWAMPLANDS 710-711 

TAYLOR GRAZING ACT 711 

GENERALLY 711 

TIDELANDS 711 

TIMBER SALES AND DISPOSALS 712 

TITLE 7 13 

GENERALLY 713 

REAL PROPERTY 713 

TOWNSITES 713 

TRESPASS 713-716 

GENERALLY 713-715 

MEASURE OF DAMAGES 715-716 

UNIFORM RELOCATION ASSISTANCE AND REAL PROPERTY 

ACQUISITION POLICIES ACT OF 1970 716-728 

GENERALLY 716-718 

ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW AND APPEALS 718 

UNIFORM REAL PROPERTY ACQUISITION POLICY 718-719 

Expenses Incidental to Transfer of Title to 
the United States 718-719 



XXXII 

Topical Index 

UNIFORM RELOCATION ASSISTANCE AND REAL PROPERTY 
ACQUISITION POLICIES ACT OF 1970— Continued p age (s) 

UNIFORM RELOCATION ASSISTANCE 719-728 

Generally 719 

Moving and Related Expenses 719-721 

Generally 719-721 

Moving Expense Allowance 721 

Generally 721 

Payment for Moving Expenses 721 

Generally 721 

Payments in Lieu of Moving and Related Expenses 722 

Fixed Payment(s) 722-723 

Generally 722 

Partial Taking of Farm Operation 722 

Taking of Business Operation ■ 722-723 

Taking of Farm Operation 723 

Payments in Lieu of Moving and Related Expenses 723 

Replacement Housing Payment for Homeowners 723-727 

Generally 723-727 

Waiver of Benefits 727 

Replacement Housing Payment for Tenants and 

Certain Others 727-728 

UNITED STATES 728 

WAIVER 728 

WATER AND WATER RIGHTS 728-732 

GENERALLY 728-730 

FEDERAL APPROPRIATION 730 

FEDERALLY RESERVED WATER RIGHTS 730-731 

STATE LAWS • 731-732 

WATER POLLUTION CONTROL 732 

FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT 732 

General ly 732 

WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS ACT 732-733 

WILD FREE-ROAMING HORSES AND BURROS ACT 734 

WILDERNESS ACT ■ 734 

WILDLIFE REFUGES AND PROJECTS 734-735 

GENERALLY 734-735 

LEASES AND PERMITS 735 

RIPARIAN RIGHTS 735 

WITHDRAWALS AND RESERVATIONS 735-753 

GENERALLY 735-741 

AUTHORITY TO MAKE 741 

EFFECT OF 741-747 

POWERSITES 747-749 

RECLAMATION WITHDRAWALS 749-750 

REVOCATION AND RESTORATION 750-751 

SPRINGS AND WATERHOLES 751-752 

General ly 751-752 

Ri gh t s-o f-Way 752 

State Laws 752 



XXXIII 
Topical Index 

WITHDRAWALS AND RESERVATIONS — Continued Page(s) 

STOCK-DRIVEWAY WITHDRAWALS 752-753 

TEMPORARY WITHDRAWALS 753 

WORDS AND PHRASES 754-759 



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XXXIV 



SYMBOLS USED IN 
DECISIONS AND OPINIONS 



ANCAB - Alaska Native Claims Appeal Board 

D - Ad Hoc Appeals 

IA-T - Indian Appeals — Tort 

IBCA - Interior Board of Contract Appeals 

IBIA - Interior Board of Indian Appeals 

IBLA - Interior Board of Land Appeals 

IBMA - Interior Board of Mine Operations Appeals 

IBSMA - Interior Board of Surface Mining & 

Reclamation Appeals 
M - Solicitor's Opinion 
OHA - Office of Hearings and Appeals 
SEC - Office of the Secretary 



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TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 



Page(s) 



Page(s) 



AA Minerals Corp. , 27 IBLA 1 

(Sept. 17, 1976) 120, 574, 

30 IBLA 259 (May 31, 1977) 454, 516, 533 

Aabye, Genevieve C, 33 IBLA 285 

(Jan. 5, 1978) 549 

Abercrombie, Gerald L. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of, 3 OHA 104 (Aug. 9, 1979) 719, 723 

Aberdeen Area Director; Bear Heels 
Iris, Administrative Appeal of v. , 
6 IBIA 253 (Dec. 15, 1977) 139, 303 

Aberdeen Area Director, et^ al_. ; Evans, 
Wayne H. , Administrative Appeal of 
v., 4 IBIA 202 (Nov. 14, 1975) 304 

Abraham, Enoch, Estate of, 5 IBIA 89 

(Apr. 22, 1976) 321 

Ackley, Fritz & Lucille J., Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
1 OHA 163 (Sept. 2, 1975) 719 

Acting Area Director, Albuquerque Area 
Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs; 
Benson-Montin-Greer Drilling Corp. , 
Administrative Appeal of v . , 7 IBIA 
67 (May 31, 197 8) 139 

Adams, Harley W. , 43 IBLA 144 (Sept. 28, 

1979) 448, 478 

Adams, Harley W. , Timothy J. Claiborne, 

Sr., 42 IBLA 226 (Aug. 22, 1979) 448, 478 

Addison Construction Co. , Appeal 
of, IBCA-1064-3-75 (Sept. 29, 

1976), 83 I.D. 353 165, 183, 

184, 194, 196 

Adler, Herbert, 42 IBLA 228 

(Aug. 22, 1979) 477, 498 

ADMINISTRATIVE APPEAL (S) OF: 

Administrative Appeal of Bear Heels, 
Iris v. Aberdeen Area Director, 
6 IBIA 253 (Dec. 15, 1977) 139, 303 



4 IBIA 27 (Apr. 28, 1975), 82 I.D. 
18 4 



29, 31, 
45, 47 



Administrative Appeal of Davis, Ralph 
v. Comm'r, Bureau of Indian Affairs 
and Sac & Fox Tribe of Oklahoma, 
4 IBIA 228 (Nov. 25, 1975) 328 

Administrative Appeal of Doyon, Ltd. , 

7 IBIA 83 (Aug. 8, 1978) 139 

Administrative Appeal of Evans, Wayne H. 
v. Aberdeen Area Director e_t al_. , 
4 IBIA 202 (Nov. 14, 197 5) 304 



Administrative Appeal of Finnesand, 
Hannah , A Native Alaska Indian v. 
Comm'r of Indian Affairs, 3 IBIA 
263 (Feb. 25, 1975) 



39, 329 



Administrative Appeal of Glaspey, 
Frank L. , Jr. , 7 IBIA 92 
(Aug. 17, 1978) 



Administrative Appeal of Graham, 
W. J. B. & William S. v. Area 
Director, B.I. A., Billings, & All 
Other Interested Parties, 4 IBIA 205 
(Nov. 19, 1975), 82 I.D. 568 



Administrative Appeal of Hansen, Dean 
v. Area Director, Aberdeen Area Office, 
Bureau of Indian Affairs, 5 IBIA 250 
(Nov. 16, 1976), 83 I.D. 561 



Administrative Appeal of Hansen, Harold 
v. Area Director, Aberdeen Area Office, 



et al., 5 IBIA 4 (Jan. 20, 1976)- 



Administrative Appeal of Hopi Indian 
Tribe v. Comm'r, Bureau of Indian 
Affairs, 4 IBIA 134 (Sept. 26, 1975), 
82 I.D. 452 



Administrative Appeal of Jackson, 
Paul N. v. Area Director, Anadarko, 
et al., 4 IBIA 39 (Apr. 29, 1975), 



82 I.D. 191- 



Iministrative Appeal of Jozhe, Benedict 
& Ft. Sill Apaches v. Comm'r of 
Indian Affairs, 3 IBIA 266 (Feb. 25, 
1975) 



304, 305 



307, 656 



Administrative Appeal of Benson-Mont in- 
Greer Drilling Corp. _v. Acting Area 
Director, Albuquerque Area Office 
Bureau of Indian Affairs, 7 IBIA 67 
(May 31, 1978) 



139 



Administrative Appeal of Bowen, James P. 
v. Superintendent, Northern Cheyenne 
Agency, et al. , 3 IBIA 224 (Jan. 21, 
197 5), 82 I.D. 19 306, 316 

Administrative Appeal of Byrd , Norman R. 
\T! Comm ' r , Bureau of Indian Affairs, 
7 IBIA 142 (May 11, 1979) 305 



Administrative Appeal of Combs, Mary 
Ann Topsseh (Flathead Allottee No. 
1648) v. Comm'r of Indian Affairs, 



Administrative Appeal of Kirschling, 
Helen S. v. Bureau of Indian Affairs 
7 IBIA 36 (Mar. 17, 1978) 



Administrative Appeal of Lewis, Ruth 
Pinto v. Superintendent of the 
Eastern Navajo Agency, 4 IBIA 147 
(Oct. 3, 1975), 82 I.D. 521 



Administrative Appeal of Love, J. B. \ 
Area Director, Aberdeen Area Office, 
et al. , 4 IBIA 74 (June 6, 1975) 

Administrative Appeal of Mc Comas, Joe, 
5 IBIA 125 (June 11, 1976), 83 I.D. 
2 27 



138, 

139, 303 



643 



239, 

328, 329 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 



Page(s) 



Administrative Appeal of McQueen, 
Jennifer Rae, A Minor, By Hazel 
McQueen, As Next Friend v. Confed- 
erated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, 
Flathead Reservation, Montana, 
4 IBIA 65 (June 3, 1975), 82 I.D. 
261 



Administrative Appeal of Means 
Construction Co. et_ al. v_. 
Comm'r of Indian Affairs, 5 IBIA 
242 (Nov. 5, 1976) 



Administrative Appeal of Mobley, 
Roy T. v. Comm'r of Indian Affairs 
& Jicarilla Apache Tribe, 4 IBIA 
1 (Apr. 4, 1975), 82 I.D. 119 



Administrative Appeal of Stout, Douglas 
v~! Comm'r, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 
5 IBIA 260 (Dec. 3, 1976), 83 I.D. 
603 

Administrative Appeals of Thunderbird 
Theater Co., Inc., Selom F. & 
Marian T. Burns, Shell Oil Co. v. 
Comm'r, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 
et al., 6 IBIA 240 (Nov. 29, 1977) 



Administrative Appeal of Visser, 
Hazel Hawk v. Area Director, 
Portland Area Office, Bureau of 
Indian Affairs, 7 IBIA 22 (Feb. 17, 
1978) 



Page(s) 



139, 302, 
307 



Administrative Appeal of Morgan, 
James, Jr. v. Area Director, 
Aberdeen Area Office, et^ al^. , 
5 IBIA 14 (Jan. 22, 1976), 
83 I.D. 20 



Administrative Appeal of Morongo 
Band of Mission Indians v. Area 
Director, Sacramento Area Office, 
7 IBIA 299 (Dec. 13, 1979), 86 I. 



Administrative Appeal of Not Afraid, 
Ethel H. v. Area Director, Billings, 
et al. , 3 IBIA 235 (Jan. 31, 1975), 
82 I.D. 51 



Administrative Appeal of Oglala 
Sioux Tribe v. Comm'r of Indian 
Affairs & Richard Tall (PRU-10542), 
7 IBIA 188 (Sept. 5, 1979), 86 I.D. 
425 



Administrative Appeal of Palm Patencio 
Co., Inc., et_ al^. v. Preckwinkle, 
Winifred Patencio, et al. , 5 IBIA 
37 (Mar. 2, 1976) 



Administrative Appeal of Pankratz , 
Sally Ann & Aurelia Spencer \r. 
Superintendent, Fort Belknap Agency; 
Area Director, Billings Area Office; 
Fort Belknap Community Council; & 
Arnold Allen, 4 IBIA 231 (Nov. 26, 
1975), 82 I.D. 585 



Administrative Appeal of Pewewardy , 
Doc v. Comm'r, Bureau of Indian 
Affairs, et al. , 3 IBIA 259 
(Feb. 12, 1975) 



Administrative Appeal of Ring, Jake, 
et al . v. Area Director, Aberdeen, 
6 IBIA 137 (Aug. 10, 1977) 



Administrative Appeal of Rosenberg, 
James v. Area Director, Portland 
Area Office, 6 IBIA 124 (Aug. 1, 
1977), 84 I.D. 439 



Administrative Appeal of Sessions, 
Inc. (A California Corp.) v. Miguel, 
Richard Amado (Lessor), Lease No. 
PSL-35, 4 IBIA 84 (July 10, 1975), 
82 I.D. 331 



■ 10, 11, 
138, 327 



4, 5, 302, 
306, 328 



304 



327, 328 



Administrative Appeal of Whatcom County 
Park Board (Appellant) v. Area Director, 
Portland Area Office, Bureau of Indian 
Affairs (Respondent), Lummi Indian 
Tribe (Intervenor) , 6 IBIA 196 
(Nov. 28, 1977), 84 I.D. 938 306 



Adobe Oil & Gas Corp., 34 IBLA 13 

(Feb. 10, 1978) 448, 478 

Affinity Mining Co., 5 IBMA 126 

(Sept. 15, 1975), 82 I.D. 439 235 

Affinity Mining Co. (On Reconsideration), 
6 IBMA 193 (June 25, 1976), 83 I.D. 
236 236 

Affinity Mining Co. (Petitioner), In 
the Matter of v. Mining Enforcement 
& Safety Administration (Respondent), 
United Mine Workers of America 
(Respondent), 5 IBMA 36 (July 31, 
1975), 82 I.D. 362 



232 



Affinity Mining Co. (Petitioner), In 
the Matter of (On ReconsiderationJ v. 
MESA, UMWA (Respondents), 6 IBMA 100 
(Mar. 31, 1976), 83 I.D. 108 230, 232 

Agnasagga, Ruth, Andrew Ekak, 21 IBLA 

228 (July 31, 1975) 64 

Airco, Inc., Appeal of, IBCA-1074-8-75 

(Apr. 6, 1976), 83 I.D. 137 190, 195, 

644, 648, 
651 

IBCA-1074-8-75 (Oct. 17, 1977), 

84 I.D. 838 642, 652 



A&J Construction Co., Inc., IBCA- 
1142-2-77 (Dec. 28, 1978), 85 I.D. 



. Johnson & Co. , Inc. 
(Dec. 6, 1978) 



38 IBLA 182 



175, 177, 
187, 195 



127, 131, 
513 



Akers, John J., Estate of, 3 IBIA 300 
(Mar. 26, 1975), 82 I.D. 108 



Alabama By-Products Corp., 1 IBSMA 239 
(Sept. 14, 1979), 86 I.D. 446 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Alabama By-Products Corp. (Maxine Mine), 
In the Matter of , 5 IBMA 100 (Aug. 25, 
1975), 82 I.D. 409 



Alabama By-Products Corp. (On Recon- 
sideration), 7 IBMA 85 (Nov. 23, 
1976), 83 I.D. 574 



Alakayak, Macauley, Heirs of, 23 IBLA 
170 (Dec. 29, 1975) 



237 

- 70 



Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, 
20 IBl.A 50 (Apr. 23, 1975) — 



Alaska Native Disenrollment Appeals 
of: Scott, James Edward, Sr. , 
& Robert Charles, 7 IBIA 157 
(June 21, 1979), 86 I.D. 333 



610, 735, 741 



Alaska Oil & Minerals Corp. , 29 IBLA 
224 (Mar. 23, 1977), 84 I.D. 114 



191, 238, 
509, 587 



Alaska Pacific Lumber Co. 
(July 12, 1978) 



36 IBLA 88 



259, 

262, 264 



Alaska Packers Ass'n, Inc., Appeal of, 
4 ANCAB 1 (Oct. 17, 1979) 



Alaska Pipeline Co. , 38 IBLA 1 
(Nov. 8, 1978) 



164, 166, 178, 

338, 626, 630, 

739, 741, 751 



Alaska Placer Co. , 33 IBLA 187 
(Dec. 21, 1977), 84 I.D. 990 



— 27, 38, 197, 

346, 410, 416 
Alaska Railroad, Appeal of, 3 ANCAB 

273 (June 7, 1979), 86 I.D. 397 96, 104, 114 

3 ANCAB 280 (June 8, 1979) 96 

3 ANCAB 346 (Aug. 31, 1979) 96 

3 ANCAB 365 (Sept. 19, 1979) 97 

3 ANCAB 371 (Sept. 19, 1979) 97 



Alaska Railroad (On Reconsideration), 
Appeal of, 3 ANCAB 351 (Sept. 18, 
1979), 86 I.D. 452 



3 ANCAB 377 (Sept. 21, 1979)- 



Alaska, State of, 18 IBLA 351 
(Jan. 15, 1975) 



96, 104, 114 
96 



59, 696, 735 



19 IBLA 178 (Mar. 18, 1975)- 

19 IBLA 242 (Mar. 27, 1975)- 
19 IBLA 316 (Apr. 7, 1975)— 



59, 114, 
696, 707 



59, 115, 696 



10, 59, 115, 
696, 698 



20 IBLA 341 (June 11, 1975)- 

22 IBLA 229 (Oct. 16, 1975)- 
35 IBLA 140 (May 22, 1978)- 
40 IBLA 79 (Mar. 22, 1979)- 



60, 81, 597, 

696, 742, 747, 750 

— 62, 125, 648, 742 

73, 590, 592 

26, 49, 73, 163, 676 



Page(s) 



Alaska, State of (Continued) 
40 IBLA 1 



(Mar. 27, 1979) 26, 49, 73, 

163, 676, 678 



1 IBLA 309 (July 5, 1979) 61, 74, 123, 

163, 669, 676 



42 IBLA 1 (July 25, 1979)- 



Alaska, State of v. Bartos . 
Mattie B., 42 IBLA 269 
(Aug. 27, 1979) 



26, 28, 47, 61, 
75, 158, 163, 
676, 698, 757 



62, 63, 76, 

123, 164, 669, 677 



Alaska, State of v_. Johnson, 
Daniel, 42 IBLA 370 
(Sept. 11, 1979), 86 I.D. 
441 



62, 63, 76, 

123, 164, 669, 677 



Alaska, State of, Appeal of, 1 ANCAB 
10 (Oct. 6, 1975) 



1 ANCAB 32 (May 12, 1976) 88, 100 

1 ANCAB 51 (June 18, 1976) 92, 97, 98 



1 ANCAB 281 (Dec. 20, 1976). 
83 I.D. 685 



91, 93, 95, 
>8, 106, 109 



1 ANCAB 327 (Apr. 15, 1977)- 

1 ANCAB 345 (May 4, 1977) — 
1 ANCAB 348 (May 4, 1977) 



1 ANCAB 351 (May 4, 1977)- 
1 ANCAB 354 (May 4, 1977)- 



100 

100 

100 

100 
100 



2 ANCAB 284 (Feb. 1, 1978)- 



3 ANCAB 11 (June 20, 1978), 

85 I.D. 219 93, 98 

3 ANCAB 129 (Jan. 19, 1979), 

86 I.D. 45 90, 94, 101 

3 ANCAB 196 (Apr. 11, 1979), 86 I.D. 225 99 

3 ANCAB 285 (June 11, 1979) 90, 101 

3 ANCAB 294 (July 10, 1979) 90, 101 

3 ANCAB 297 (July 31, 1979), 

86 I.D. 381 90, 94, 701, 740 



ANCAB 108 (Dec. 19, 1979)- 



Alaska, State of, Dept. of Fish 
& Game, Appeal of, 1 ANCAB 179 
(Oct. 21, 1976) 



1 ANCAB 182 (Oct. 21, 1976)- 

2 ANCAB 325 (Mar. 9, 1978) — 



90, 101 

88, 100 

88, 100 

89, 101 



Alaska, State of, Dept. of High- 
ways, 20 IBLA 261 (May 19, 
1975), 82 I.D. 242 



(Mar. 15, 1979)- 



630, 631, 632, 759 
646 



Alaska, State of, Dept. of Transpor- 
tation, Appeal of, 3 ANCAB 291 
(June 29, 1979) 



Alaska, State of, Dept. of Transpor- 
tation & Public Facilities, Appeal 
of, 3 ANCAB 124 (Jan. 5, 1979) 



Alaska, State of, et al. , 

41 IBLA 315 (July 11, 1979), 
86 I.D. 361 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



28, 47, 50, 

61, 75, 88, 301, 
676, 698, 757 



Altex Oil Corp., 32 IBLA 18 
(Aug. 31, 1977) 



32 IBLA 390 (Nov. 7, 1977) — 

Amanda Mining & Manufacturing 
Ass'n, 42 IBLA 144 (Aug. 16, 
1979) 



456, 
456, 



Amberger, Joe 0. , 43 IBLA 
178 (Sept. 28, 1979) 



Page(s) 

538, 563, 616 
538, 563, 616 



28, 123, 220, 
250, 349 



58, 295, 623, 
649, 677 



42 IBLA 94 (Aug. 16, 



1979) 61, 76, 123, 

163, 639, 653, 
659, 669, 677 



Alaska, State of, John Nusunginya, 

28 IBLA 83 (Nov. 12, 1976) 24, 61, 72, 

86, 160, 666 

Alaska, State of, & Seldovia 
Native Ass'n, Inc., Appeals 
of, 2 ANCAB 1 (June 9, 1977), 
84 I.D. 349 88 



88, 89, 91, 92, 

95, 97, 98, 100, 

101, 102, 104, 105, 

107, 108, 110, 111, 

111-112, 113, 118 



Albert, Thomas, 20 IBLA 338 
(June 11, 1975) 



64, 592, 593 



Alexander, Jack E. , Appeal of. 
2 ANCAB 376 (May 9, 1978) — 



Alexander, Lindberg, 41 IBLA 

382 (July 23, 1979) 44, 75, 300, 650, 749 



Alexander, William T. 
56 (June 18, 1975)- 



447, 505, 528, 536 



Alexander, William T. (On Court 
Remand); U.S. v., 41 IBLA 1 
(May 21, 1979) 440, 466, 530, 686 

Alexander, William T. (On Remand), 

28 IBLA 277 (Dec. 22, 1976) 41, 452, 529, 505 

Alker, Henry A., 34 IBLA 136 

(Mar. 8, 1978) 3, 459, 485 



Allen, Alden E. (Mr.), Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of, 2 OHA 123 (June 13, 1977) — 

All Glory to God Church, 33 IBLA 
61 (Dec. 5, 1977) 



400 



Allied Chemical Corp., 23 IBLA 
214 (Jan. 6, 1976) 



Allied Chemical Corp. et^ al_. , 
40 IBLA 272 (Apr. 18, 1979)- 



435, 448, 494 
507, 568, 582 



Allred, Charmay B. , Edward C, 

26 IBLA 276 (Aug. 24, 1976) 447, 479, 497 



Alstad, Joseph, 19 IBLA 104 
(Mar. 4, 1975) 



13, 502, 556, 648, 677 



Altex Oil Co., 32 IBLA 44 
(Sept. 2, 1977) 



456, 538, 563, 616 



Amerada Hess Corp. , 24 IBLA 
360 (Apr. 27, 1976), 83 I.D. 
194 4 ( 

627 

33 IBLA 293 (Jan. 10, 1978) 



505, 571, 608, 
632, 677, 713 



238, 240, 458, 
505, 529 



34 IBLA 64 (Feb. 17, 1978)- 



American Coal Co. 
(July 14, 1977) 



8 IBMA 64 
84 I.D. 394- 



American Fluorspar Group, Inc. ; 
U.S. v . , 25 IBLA 136 
(June 7, 1976) 



American Petrofina Co. of Texas, 
41 IBLA 126 (June 13, 1979) — 



American Quasar Petroleum Co. . 
42 IBLA 243 (Aug. 22, 1979)- 



359, 372, 381, 
390, 407, 622 



467, 491, 
525, 568 



American Resources, Ltd., 44 IBLA 
220 (Dec. 11, 1979) 



348, 353, 378, 
403, 406, 416 



American Resources Management 
Corp., 36 IBLA 157 (July 31, 
1978) 



40 IBLA 195 (Apr. 5, 1979)- 



— 567, 576, 580, 

582, 585, 586, 

674, 759 

26, 291, 522, 541 



American Telephone & Telegraph 
Co., 32 IBLA 338 (Oct. 18, 1977)- 

American Telephone & Telegraph 
Co. , et_ al_. , 25 IBLA 341 
(June 30, 1976) 



Ames, Jonathan T. , 33 IBLA 
1 (Nov. 14, 1977) 



- 40, 134, 155, 

217, 289, 628, 

671, 754, 755 



457, 484, 495 



Amoco Production Co. , 24 IBLA 
227 (Mar. 24, 1976) 



29 IBLA 234 (Mar. 25, 1977) 

41 IBLA 348 (July 11, 1979) 258, 



Amoco Production Co. (On Reconsider- 
ation), 35 IBLA 43 (May 9, 1978)— 



584, 754 

57 2 

541, 585, 757 



572, 585 



Anadarko Production Co. 
132 (Mar. 4, 1976) 



263, 267, 269 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Anahonak, Victor A., 21 IBLA 
347 (Aug. 18, 1975) 



Anchors & Holes, Inc., 33 IBLA 
339 (Jan. 16, 1978) 



66, 687, 736, 742 
458 4 8 4 



Anderson, Andrew H. L. , et^ al^. , 

32 IBLA 123 (Sept. 12, 1977) 273, 637 



Anderson, Bruce, 30 IBLA 1] 
(May 2, 1977) 



30 IBLA 179 (May 19, 1977)- 



3, 562 

258, 520, 584 



Anderson, D. C, 23 IBLA 161 
(Dec. 23, 1975) 



Anderson, Daniel A., 31 IBLA 
162 (July 1, 1977) 



126, 132, 241, 
294, 600, 
700, 711 



Anderson, Floyd L. , Sr. 
41 IBLA 280 (June 28, 
1979), 86 I.D. 345 — 



— 44, 58, 62, 

74, 213, 292, 

300, 301, 688, 

740, 747 



Anderson, G. W. , 21 IBLA 
328 (Aug. 14, 1975) 



447, 511, 573 



Anderson, Herman, Jr. , 
Nicholas Pestrikoff, 
Anthony Drabek, 41 IBLA 296 
(June 29, 1979) 



9, 74, 278, 747 



Anderson, Staley, 44 IBLA 58 
(Nov. 20, 1979) 



Anderson, Walter H. , Vern T. 
Jocelyn, 27 IBLA 253 (Oct. 20, 
197 6) 



Andrew, P. H. , e£ al_. ; City of 
Klawock v. ; City of Klawock y_. 
State of Alaska, Dept. of High- 
ways, 24 IBLA 85 (Feb. 25, 1976), 
83 I.D. 47 



Andy's Excavating, Appeal of, 

IBCA1236-12-78 (Sept. 19, 1979), 
86 I.D. 469 



82, 614, 
656, 713 



- 178, 190 



Anelon, Gregory, Sr. , 21 IBLA 
230 (Aug. 1, 1975) 



Anelon, Serafina, 22 IBLA 
104 (Sept. 22, 1975) 



Angaiak, Catherine, 23 IBLA 91 
(Dec. 18, 1975) 



66, 683 

67, 736, 742 
69 



Annis, George, 20 IBLA 115 
(Apr. 25, 1975) 



274, 278, 279 



Anschutz Corp. , 34 IBLA 270 
(Mar. 31, 1978) 



264, 265 



Apache Mining Co. , 1 IBSMA 14 
(July 13, 1978), 85 I.D. 395- 



Apache Oro Co. , 22 IBLA 331 

(Nov. 11, 1975) 10, 602, 759 



APPEAL OF: 

Appeal of Addison Construction Co. 
IBCA-1064-3-75 (Sept. 29, 1976), 
83 I.D. 353 



Appeal of Airco, Inc., IBCA-1074-8-75 
(Apr. 6, 1976), 83 I.D. 137 



Page(s) 



165, 183, 
, 194, 196 



190, 195, 
648, 651 



IBCA-1074-8-75 (Oct. 17, 1977), 
84 I.D. 838 



Appeal of Alaska Packers Ass'n, 
Inc., 4 ANCAB 1 (Oct. 17, 1979)- 



Appeal of Alaska Railroad, 3 ANCAB 

273 (June 7, 1979), 86 I.D. 397 96, 



3 ANCAB 280 (June 8, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 346 (Aug. 31, 1979)- 

3 ANCAB 365 (Sept. 19, 1979)- 

3 ANCAB 371 (Sept. 19, 1979)- 

Appeal of Alaska Railroad 
(On Reconsideration), 
3 ANCAB 351 (Sept. 18, 
1979), 86 I.D. 452 



■ 89, 101 

104, 114 

96 

96 

97 

97 



3 ANCAB 377 (Sept. 21, 1979)- 



104, 114 
96 



Appeal of Alexander, Jack E., 
2 ANCAB 376 (May 9, 1978) — 



Appeal of Andy's Excavating, IBCA- 
1236-12-78 (Sept. 19, 1979), 
86 I.D. 469 



178, 190 



Appeal of Arizona Fence Co. , Inc. , 
IBCA-1 144-3-77 (Feb. 9, 1978) 



166, 170, 
174, 177 



Appeal of Arndt, Kenneth, 
3 ANCAB 127 (Jan. 15, 1979)- 



, 101 



Appeal of Ballwebers Cleaning 
Service, IBCA-1057-1-75 
(Oct. 2, 1975) 



182, 184, 
194, 640 



Appeal of Bedell, James E., 3 ANCAB 
153 (Jan. 31, 1979), 86 I.D. 60 



Appeal of Booz, Allen & Hamilton, 
Inc. , IBCA-1027-3-74 (Mar. 24, 
1976), 83 I.D. 95 



112 



178, 191, 197 



Appeal of Botens, David F., 2 ANCAB 
350 (Mar. 28, 1978) 



99 



Appeal of Briles Wing & Helicopter, 
Inc., IBCA-1158-7-77 (Dec. 2, 
1977), 84 I.D. 967 645, 652, 

IBCA-1158-7-77 (Apr. 14, 

1978), 85 I.D. 77 194, 645, 



Appeal of Brown & Root Western, 
Inc., IBCA-1220-10-78 (Apr. 13, 
1979) 



653, 659 
650, 652 

171, 180 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Appeal of Burglin, Clifford C. , 
2 ANCAB 134 (Aug. 4, 1977) 



3 ANCAB 37 (July 3, 1978)- 



93, 98, 102 



90, 94, 96, 99, 
102, 111, 538 



Appeal of California Earth 

Sciences Corp., IBCA-1138-12-76 

(Mar. 3, 1978), 85 I.D. 75 179, 192 

Appeal of Cantu, Karen, 1 ANCAB 4 

(Oct. 6, 1975) 88 



Appeal of Chamberlin, Kenneth E. 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978) 



Appeal of Cheston Co. , IBCA- 
1093-1-76 (Nov. 19, 1976), 
84 I.D. 924 (1977) 



Appeal of Choggiung, Ltd. , 
2 ANCAB 181 (Dec. 16, 1977)- 



3 ANCAB 100 (Nov. 20, 1978)- 



3 ANCAB 325 (Aug. 17, 1979), 
86 I.D. 392 



197, 


644 


■ 88, 


100 






111, 


113 



Appeal of C.I.C. Construction 
Co., Inc., IBCA-1190-4-78 
(Sept. 25, 1979), 86 I.D. 
475 



184, 642, 664 



Appeal of City of Kodiak & 
In the Matter of Port Lions 
Native Corp. , 3 ANCAB 85 
(Sept. 14, 1978) 



Appeal of City Window Cleaners, 
IBCA-1218-10-78 (June 12, 
1979), 86 I.D. 329 



189, 191, 192 



Appeal of Clasby, Ethyl D. & 
Charles J., Ruth Carpenter, 
et al. , Mary Francis Antweil, 
2 ANCAB 302 (Feb. 21, 1978)- 



Appeal of COAC, Inc. , 

IBCA-1004-9-73 (Feb. 19, 
1975), 82 I.D. 65 



- 89, 91, 93, 

94, 96, 100, 

103, 111, 538 



651, 653, 657 



Appeal of Commonwealth Electric 
Co., IBCA-1048-11-74 (Dec. 18, 
1975). 82 I.D. 625 635, 642 



IBCA-1048-11-74 (July 15, 
1977), 84 I.D. 407 



IBCA-1048-11-74 (Sept. 
1977), 84 I.D. 867 



172, 177, 192 
652, 654, 659 



Appeal of Cook Inlet Region, Inc. 
2 ANCAB 166 (Nov. 16, 1977) 



100 



3 ANCAB 111 (Dec. 27, 1978) , 
85 I.D. 462 



87, 108, 
127, 613 



Appeal of Cottini, Mark J. , 
2 ANCAB 327 (Mar. 22, 1978)- 



Appeal of Crow, J. Bruce, 
3 ANCAB 96 (Nov. 20, 1978)- 



Page(s) 



Appeal of CSH Contractors, Inc., 
IBCA-1 107-4-76 (May 25, 1978), 
85 I.D. 146 175, 186 



Appeal of CSP, Inc., IBCA-1137-12-76 
(Nov. 10, 1977), 84 I.D. 917 



183, 216, 663 



Appeal of David M. Cox, Inc. , 
IBCA-1079-10-75 (Apr. 7, 1976)- 



180, 183, 

194, 196, 640 



IBCA-1092-12-75 (July 22, 1976) 165, 174, 184 

Appeal of Divide Constructors, 
Inc. , Subcontractor to Granite 
Construction Co. , IBCA-1134-12-76 

(Mar. 29, 1977), 84 I.D. 119 179, 180, 

189, 644, 656 

Appeal of Doyon, Ltd., 1 ANCAB 98 

(July 9, 1976) 88, 100 

1 ANCAB 101 (July 9, 1976) 88, 100 

2 ANCAB 336 (Mar. 22, 1978) 107, 116 

3 ANCAB 105 (Dec. 11, 1978) 90, 101 

4 ANCAB 50 (Dec. 14, 1979), 86 I.D. 692— 79, 103 
4 ANCAB 110 (Dec. 19, 1979) 101 



Appeal of Eklutna, Inc., 1 ANCAB 
165 (Sept. 28, 1976), 83 I.D. 500- 



49, 106, 
116, 118 



1 ANCAB 190 (Dec. 10, 1976) . 
83 I.D. 619 



88, 103, 107, 108, 

109, 110, 111, 

113, 117, 134, 713 



1 ANCAB 305 (Mar. 15, 1977), 
84 I.D. 105 



95, 102, 105 



2 ANCAB 214 (Dec. 19, 1977), 

84 I.D. 982 93, 97, 116, 118 



Appeal of Ellison, John P. , 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



Appeal of English Bay Corp., 
1 ANCAB 35 (June 4, 1976), 
83 I.D. 454 



106, 114, 117, 118 



Appeal of Environment Consul- 
tants, Inc., IBCA-1192-5-78 
(June 29, 1979), 86 I.D. 349 171, 187 

Appeal of Environmental Assoc. , 
Inc., IBCA-1128-10-76 (Aug. 15, 
1978), 85 I.D. 349 167 



Appeal of Erhart, Lew, 2 ANCAB 

350 (Mar. 28, 1978) 99 



Appeal of Eriksson, S. E., 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



Appeal of Evergreen Engineering, 

Inc., IBCA-994-5-73 (Jan. 14, 1975)- 



IBCA-994-5-73 (Sept. 2, 1975), 

82 I.D. 427 182, 643 



IBCA-994-5-73 (May 17, 1978), 
85 I.D. 107 



168, 170, 172, 

175, 176, 182, 214 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Appeal of Eyak Corp. , 1 ANCAB 132 
(Sept. 9, 1976), 83 I.D. 484 



Appeal of Fogelson, Gayle D. , 
2 ANCAB 316 (Mar. 2, 1978)- 



93, 106, 
108, 110 



Appeal of Galetti, Gesena M. , 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 

Appeal of Galetti, Walter, 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



91, 97 

99 

99 



Appeal of Geer, Dubois, Inc., 

IBCA-1212-9-78 (July 27, 1979)- 

Appeal of General Construction 
Corp. of America by Financial 
Indemnity Co. (Its Surety), 
IBCA-1178-2-78 (Mar. 29, 1979), 
86 I.D. 206 



Appeal of Great Eastern Enter- 
prises Corp., IBCA-1 113-7-7 6 
(July 15, 1977) 



646, 649, 653 



185, 190, 657 



169, 171, 177 



Appeal of Halvorson-Lents (A 
Joint Venture), IBCA-1059-2-75 

(Mar. 3, 1977) 169, 172, 176, 

179, 181, 183, 640 



IBCA-1059-2-75 (May 9, 1977)- 



654 



Appeal of Harry Claterbos Co. 
(JV), IBCA-1153-5-77 (Dec. 6, 

1977), 84 I.D. 969 641, 645, 648, 

652, 659, 679 



Appeal of Hartford Accident & 
Indemnity Co., IBCA-1139-1-77 
(June 23, 1977), 84 I.D. 296— 



Appeal of Hee-Yea-Lingde Corp. 
1 ANCAB 13 (Dec. 29, 1975)- 



169, 179, 
645, 652 



60, 114, 116 



Appeal of Hensel Phelps Con- 
struction Co. , IBCA-1010-11-73 
(May 8, 1975), 82 I.D. 199 



165, 168, 174, 
178, 182, 185, 
191, 193, 195 



Appeal of H. M. Byars Con- 
struction Co. , & Nevada 
Paving, Inc. (Joint Venture), 
IBCA-1098-2-76 (June 7, 1977), 
84 I.D. 260 179, 193 



Appeal of Huttunen, Reino 0., 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



99 



Appeal of Inter*Helo, Inc. , 
IBCA-713-5-68 (Ct. CI. No. 
54-74) (Dec. 1, 1975), 
82 I.D. 591 177, 211 



Page(s) 



1975), 82 I.D. 459 168, 171, 173, 

174, 176, 177, 178, 

182, 186, 195, 196, 

651, 661 

IBCA-1146-3-77 (July 6, 1978), 

85 I.D. 242 172, 173, 186 



IBCA-1146-3-77 (Feb. 14, 1979) 
86 I.D. 125 



187, 655, 660 



Appeal of J. C. Hester Co., Inc. 
IBCA-1114-7-76 (Jan. 14, 1977)- 



194, 640, 
647, 662 



Appeal of J. J. White, Inc., 

IBCA-1131-11-76 (Aug. 25, 1977) 173 



Appeal of Jones, Robert P., Contracto 
IBCA-1002-8-73 (May 6, 1975) 



IBCA-1002-8-73 (Aug. 6, 



168, 189 

1975) 651, 654, 658 



Appeal of Kenai Peninsula Borough, 
3 ANCAB 258 (May 18, 1979) 



Appeal of Kenney Refrigeration, 
IBCA-1230-12-78 (Sept. 28, 
1979); 86 I.D. 503 



Appeal of Ketchikan Indian Corp. 
2 ANCAB 169 (Nov. 8, 1977) 



Appeal of Klimas, Joe, 1 ANCAB 26 
(Apr. 28, 1976), 83 I.D. 452 



Appeal of Kodiak-Aleutian Chapter, 
Alaska Conservation Society, 
1 ANCAB 317 (Apr. 8, 1977) 



1 ANCAB 322 (Apr. 8, 1977)- 

2 ANCAB 183 (Dec. 19, 1977)- 
2 ANCAB 187 (Dec. 19, 1977)- 
2 ANCAB 191 (Dec. 19, 1977)- 
2 ANCAB 195 (Dec. 19, 1977)- 
2 ANCAB 199 (Dec. 19, 1977)- 
2 ANCAB 203 (Dec. 19, 1977)- 
2 ANCAB 207 (Dec. 19, 1977)- 
2 ANCAB 363 (Mar. 31, 1978)- 



Appeal of Kodiak Island Borough, 
3 ANCAB 65 (July 11, 1978) 



3 ANCAB 74 (Aug. 10, 1978)- 
3 ANCAB 108 (Dec. 18, 1978)- 



90, 101 



165, 181, 190 
86, 117 



116 



88, 100 

88, 100 

86, 117 

86, 117 

86, 117 

86, 117 

86, 117 

86, 117 

86, 117 

96, 99, 117 

92, 96, 108 

89, 101 

— 101, 116 



Appeal of Iversen Construction Co. 
(a.k.a. Iconco), IBCA-981-1-73 
(Dec. 30, 1975), 82 I.D. 646 



169, 183, 

640, 661, 679 



IBCA-981-1-73 (Apr. 19, 

1976), 83 I.D. 179 169, 183, 192, 654 



Appeal of J. A. LaPorte, Inc. 
IBCA-1014-12-73 (Sept. 29, 



Appeal of Kodiak Island Borough & 
the City of Kodiak, 2 ANCAB 123 
(July 25, 1977) 



Appeal of Kodiak Island 

Setnetters Ass'n, 3 ANCAB 1 

(June 12, 1978), 85 I.D. 200 92, 96, 108, 112 

Appeal of Kreig, Raymond A. , 3 ANCAB 

168 (Mar. 9, 1979), 86 I.D. 189 103, 113 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Appeal of Krize, Terry E. & J. 
Burglin, 2 ANCAB 126 (Aug. 4 
197 7) 



89, 93, 98, 102 



2 ANCAB 247 (Dec. 28, 1977), 
84 I.D. 1007 



Appeal of Lagnion, William 

(Contractor), IBCA-1083-10-75 
(Jan. 5, 197 7) 



19, 91, 94, 95, 98, 
100, 102, 111, 538 



- 165, 173, 
50, 186, 640 



Appeal of Laktonen, Nicholas J. , 
Sr., 1 ANCAB 7 (Oct. 6, 1975)- 



Appeal of Lee, James W. 
334 (Aug. 31, 1979) — 



93, 95, 96, 103 



Appeal of L. M. Johnson, Inc. 
IBCA-1268-5-79 (Sept. 28, 
1979), 86 I.D. 508 



Appeal of Lone Star Industries, 
Inc. , 3 ANCAB 321 (Aug. 17, 



Appeal of McCollum, Paul E. 
IBCA-1080-10-75 (Feb. 24, 
83 I.D. 43 



Sr., 

1976) , 



180) 181, 

184, 191 

IBCA-1 123-8-76 (Nov. 22, 1978) 167, 170, 174, 

177, 185, 187 

Appeal of McDowell, Sam E. , 

2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978) 99 

Appeal of Mclntyre, Carmel J., 
4 ANCAB 24 (Nov. 30, 1979), 
86 I.D. 663 97, 98, 104, 293 



Appeal of M & P Equipment Co. 
IBCA-1088-11-75 (Sept. 28, 
1979), 86 I.D. 527 

Appeal of Mason, Timothy, 
IBCA-1076-9-75 (July 29, 
1976), 83 I.D. 297 

Appeal of Mayer, Lois A. , 
3 ANCAB 77 (Aug. 17, 1978)- 



168, 176, 184, 188 



183, 190, 194 



Appeal of Miller, Raymond E. , 
3 ANCAB 238 (May 14, 1979); 
86 I.D. 285 97, 



Appeal of Minnesota Chippewa 
Tribe, IBCA-1025-3-74 (May 19, 
1975), 82 I.D. 238 



168, 176, 193 



Appeal of Minnesota Chippewa Tribe 
Construction Co., IBCA-1063-3-75 
(July 23, 1975) 



Appeal of Montin, Wm. V. d.b.a. 
Montin Construction Co., 
IBCA-1051-12-74 (May 29, 
1975) 



Appeal of Moo, G. Gregory 
(Mr. & Mrs.), 3 ANCAB 27 
(June 26, 1978) 



171, 174, 175, 
178, 182, 192 



92, 96, 108, 112 



Appeal of Morpac, Inc., 

3 ANCAB 89 (Oct. 24, 1978)- 



Page(s) 
99 



Appeal of Murdock Construction 
Co., IBCA-1050-12-74 (Aug. 29 
197 7) 



166, 170, 174 



Appeal of Murphy, George, 

2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



Appeal of NANA Regional Corp., Inc. 
1 ANCAB 1 (Sept. 11, 1975) 



1 ANCAB 334 (Apr. 15, 1977)- 



Appeal of Nasatka & Sons, Inc., 
IBCA-1157-6-77 (Sept. 28, 
1979), 86 I.D. 513 171, 

Appeal of Natives of Akhiok, Inc. , 
2 ANCAB 275 (Jan. 27, 1978) 

Appeal of Nicoll, Kent, 

IBCA-1040-8-74 (July 31, 1975) 

Appeal of Nielsons, Inc., 
IBCA-1 173-1 1-77 (Sept. 27, 
1979), 86 I.D. 493 

Appeal of Noble, Alfred M., 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



88, 100 

178, 193, 195 
88, 100 

173, 194 

— 166, 171, 188 



Appeal of Oswalt, Reed E . , et al. , 

3 ANCAB 261 (May 24, 1979"F 

Appeal of Ounalashka Corp., 1 ANCAB 
104 (July 13, 1976), 83 I.D. 475 — 

Appeal of Ouzinkie Native Corp., 

4 ANCAB 3 (Oct. 31, 1979), 86 I.D. 



95, 104, 106 



Appeal of Pacific Pearl Seafoods, 
3 ANCAB 383 (Sept. 25, 1979) 

Appeal of Paug-Vik, Inc., Ltd., 
3 ANCAB 49 (July 5, 1978), 



Appeal of Piercey, J. D. , 

IBCA-1035-6-74 (July 18, 1975)- 



93, 97, 104 
101 



118, 687, 688, 
739, 758, 759 



IBCA-1013-12-73 (Oct. 17, 1975)- 



Appeal of Pirate's Cove Marina, 
IBCA-1018-2-74 (Feb. 25, 1975), 
83 I.D. 445 



168, 182, 192 



172, 188, 

189, 192, 193 



Appeal of P. L. Larsen Co. , 

IBCA-1054-1-75 (Mar. 25, 1975) 



Appeal of Port Graham Corp., 1 ANCAB 
125 (Sept. 3, 1976), 83 I.D. 481 



Appeal of Quintana Construction 
Co., Inc., IBCA-1028-4-74 
(July 24, 1975), 82 I.D. 343 



Appeal of RCA Alaska Communications, 
Inc., 1 ANCAB 94 (July 8, 1976) — 

Appeal of Recon Systems, Inc., 
IBCA-1214-9-78 (Sept. 25, 
1979), 86 I.D. 478 



168, 176, 

182, 185 



i, 93 



166, 167, 171 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(a) 



Appeal of RHC Construction, Inc., 
IBCA-1207-9-78 (June 26, 1979) 



172, 187 



Appeal of Roach, Jerry S., 
2 ANCAB 277 (Jan. 26, 1978)- 



89, 91, 92, 

93, 94, 96, 100, 
103, 111, 538 



Appeal of Robinson, Richard R. 
3 ANCAB 140 (Jan. 31, 1979), 
86 I.D. 55 



Appeal of Rocky Mountain Con- 
struction Co. , IBCA-1091-12-75 

(Aug. 17, 1977), 84 I.D. 829 166, 168, 170, 

174, 186, 193, 
195, 641, 679 

IBCA-1091-12-75 (Nov. 4, 

1977), 84 I.D. 898 167, 172, 186, 197, 654 

Appeal of S. A. Healy Co., 

IBCA-944-12-71 (Mar. 31, 1976), 

83 I.D. 118 169, 171, 196 

Appeal of Savoonga Native Corp. 
& Gambell Native Corp., 3 ANCAB 
190 (Apr. 6, 1979) 89, 101 



Appeal of Schwaab, William J. & 
Jean H. , 4 ANCAB 17 (Oct. 31, 
1979) 93, 97, 104 

Appeal of Scona, Inc. , IBCA- 

1094-1-76 (May 6, 1977) 179, 181, 183, 185, 

190, 194, 640, 663 



IBCA-1094-1-76 (Dec. 28, 
1977), 84 I.D. 1019 



182, 639, 647, 650, 
652, 653, 655, 663 



Appeal of Scott, John W. , 2 ANCAB 
350 (Mar. 28, 1978) 



Appeal of Seldovia Native Ass'n, 
Inc., 1 ANCAB 65 (July 1, 1976), 
83 I.D. 461 



- 63, 81, 87, 
104, 114, 758 



Appeal of Short, Derrell R. , 

2 ANCAB 298 (Feb. 13, 1978) 89, 101 



Appeal of Sierra Construction Co. 
IBCA-1 145-3-77 (June 7, 1978), 
85 I.D. 192 



184, 185 



Appeal of Simeonoff, Natalie, 
1 ANCAB 116 (Aug. 10, 1976)- 



95, 100, 108 



Appeal of Sivertsen, Leonard A., 
1 ANCAB 294 (Jan. 14, 197 7) 



Appeal of SRM Manufacturing Co. , 
IBCA-1032-4-74 (May 29, 1975)- 



100 

189, 193 



Appeal of State of Alaska, 1 ANCAB 
10 (Oct. 6, 197 5) 



Page(s) 



Appeal of State of Alaska ( Continued ) 

1 ANCAB 345 (May 4, 1977) 

1 ANCAB 348 (May 4, 197 7) 

1 ANCAB 351 (May 4, 1977) 

1 ANCAB 354 (May 4, 1977) 

2 ANCAB 284 (Feb. 1, 1978) 



88, 


100 


88, 


100 


88, 


100 


88, 


100 


86, 


117 



3 ANCAB 11 (June 20, 1978), 

85 I.D. 219 93, 98 

3 ANCAB 129 (Jan. 19, 1979), 

86 I.D. 45 90, 94, 101 

3 ANCAB 196 (Apr. 11, 1979), 86 I.D. 225 99 

3 ANCAB 285 (June 11, 1979) 90, 101 

3 ANCAB 294 (July 10, 1979) 90, 101 

3 ANCAB 297 (July 31, 1979), 

86 I.D. 381 90, 94, 701, 740 



ANCAB 108 (Dec. 19, 1979)- 



Appeal of State of Alaska, Dept. 
of Fish & Game, 1 ANCAB 179 
(Oct. 21, 1976) 



1 ANCAB 182 (Oct. 21, 1976)- 

2 ANCAB 325 (Mar. 9, 1978)- 



Appeal of State of Alaska Dept. 
of Transportation, 3 ANCAB 
291 (June 29, 1979) 



Appeal of State of Alaska Dept. of 
Transportation & Public Facilities 
3 ANCAB 124 (Jan. 5, 1979) 



Appeal of Stek, George C. , 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



88, 100 

88, 100 

89, 101 

90, 101 

90, 101 
99 



Appeal of Stratman, Omar, et^ al_. 
2 ANCAB 269 (Jan. 26, 1978) — 



2 ANCAB 272 (Jan. 26, 1978)- 
2 ANCAB 329 (Mar. 23, 1978)- 



102 

102 

87, 99, 117 



Appeal of Systems Technology Ass'n, 
Inc. , IBCA-1 108-4-76 (Jan. 19 
1978), 85 I.D. 12 



181, 184, 190, 
193, 194, 197, 
216, 641, 679 



Appeal of Tanacross, Inc., 
2 ANCAB 379 (May 12, 1978), 
85 I.D. 97 



3 ANCAB 219 (Apr. 23, 1979), 
86 I.D. 257 



92, 113, 116, 118 
113 



1 ANCAB 32 (May 12, 1976) 88, 100 

1 ANCAB 51 (June 18, 1976) 92, 97, 98 

1 ANCAB 281 (Dec. 20, 

1976, 83 I.D. 685 91, 93, 95, 98, 106, 109 

1 ANCAB 327 (Apr. 15, 1977) 88, 100 



Appeal of Taylor, Dorothea, 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



Appeal of Thorson, Inc. , 

IBCA-993-4-73 (June 30, 1975)- 



Appeal of Torgramsen, William B. 
2 ANCAB 371 (May 9, 1978) 



99 



167, 185 
101 



XLIV 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Paee(s) 



Appeal of Trayer Engineering 
Corp., IBCA-1 100-3-76 (Mar. 
1977), 84 I.D. 164 



172, 179, 195 



Appeal of Ukpeagvik Inupiat Corp. , 

1 ANCAB 185 (Nov. 1, 1976) 88, 98 

Appeal of Underground Utility 
Services, IBCA-1047-11-74 , 

IBCA-1089-11-75 (Dec. 28, 1977) 167, 170, 172, 

173, 175, 179, 183, 
190, 193, 195, 641 



Appeal of U.S. Fish & Wildlife 
Service, 1 ANCAB 341 (Apr. 28, 
197 7) 



2 ANCAB 223 (Dec. 
2 ANCAB 227 (Dec. 
2 ANCAB 231 (Dec. 



20, 1977)- 
20, 1977)- 
20, 1977)- 



2 ANCAB 235 (Dec. 20, 1977)- 

2 ANCAB 239 (Dec. 20, 1977)- 

2 ANCAB 243 (Dec. 20, 1977)- 

Appeal of VTN Colorado, Inc., 
IBCA-107 3-8-75 (Oct. 29, 197 
82 I.D. 527 



88, 100 
86, 117 
86, 117 
86, 117 
86, 117 
86, 117 
86, 117 



167, 169, 

188, 651, 653 



Page(s) 



Appeal of Wisenak, Inc., 1 ANCAB 

157 (Sept. 15, 1976), 83 I.D. 496 95, 106, 



Appeal of Witham, Theodora M. 
1 ANCAB 20 (Dec. 29, 1975), 
83 I.D. 449 



60, 115 



Appeal of Woolard, William 
Thomas, 2 ANCAB 150 (Nov. 
1977), 84 I.D. 891 



86, 89, 91, 

106, 115, 118, 119 



Appeal of Witnschel & Small, Inc., 
IBCA-1263-5-79 (Sept. 28, 1979)- 



Appeal of Yak-Tat Kwaan, Inc. , 
3 ANCAB 182 (Mar. 20, 1979)- 



194 

93, 102 



Appeal of Yosemite Park & Curry 
Co., IBCA-1232-12-78 (Mar. 16, 
1979), 86 I.D. 197 



Appeal of Young, Wilfred A., 
2 ANCAB 211 (Dec. 19, 1977)- 

Appeal of Zaegel, William G. , 
2 ANCAB 115 (July 15, 1977)- 

Appeal of Zurn Engineers, 
IBCA-1176-12-77 (July 20, 
1978), 85 I.D. 279 

APPEALS OF: 



189, 653 
115 



i, 93, 98, 102 



181, 189, 657 



Appeal of Ward, Robert W. , 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



Appeal of Wargo, E. H. , 

2 ANCAB 98 (July 15, 1977)- 



Appeal of Wartes, Mark A., et al. 
3 ANCAB 21 (June 21, 1978) 



Appeal of Watson, Donald, 
2 ANCAB 258 (Dec. 29, 
1977), 84 I.D. 1015 



89, 93, 98, 102 



Appeal of Watson, Donald A. , 2 ANCAB 
289 (Feb. 2, 1978), 85 I.D. 27 



92, 96, 108 



Appeals of Armstrong & Armstrong, 
Inc. , IBCA-1061-3-75 & IBCA- 
1072-7-75 (Apr. 7, 1976), 
83 I.D. 148 



169, 177, 633, 
636, 649, 651 



Appeals of Gregory Lumber Co. , Inc. , 
IBCA-1237-12-78, 1238-12-78, 
1239-12-78, & 1240-12-78 (Sept. 28, 



1979), 86 I.D. 520- 



181, 189, 653 



Appeals of Gregory Lumber Co., Inc. 
(On Reconsideration), IBCA-1237- 
12-78, 1238-12-78, 1239-12-78, & 
1240-12-78 (Nov. 23, 1979), 86 I.D. 
654 



Appeal of Weathers, Al L. , 
3 ANCAB 165 (Feb. 22, 1979)- 

Appeal of Wedmore, Irving C, 
3 ANCAB 252 (May 16, 1979)- 



Appeal of W. F. Sigler & Associates, 
IBCA-1159-7-77 (Sept. 27, 1977), 
84 I.D. 483 



IBCA-1159-7-77 (Feb. 
1978), 85 I.D. 41 — 



IBCA-1159-7-77 (Apr. 
1978), 85 I.D. 167— 



173 

167, 192 
192, 655 



Appeal of Whalen & Co. , 
IBCA-1034-5-74 (July 18, 
1975), 82 I.D. 335 171, 174, 176 

IBCA-1066-3-75 (May 26, 1976) 172, 183, 640 



Appeal of William P. Bergan, 
Inc., IBCA-1130-11-76 (Feb. 
1979), 86 I.D. 65 



166, 175, 180, 
185, 187, 196 



Appeals of JBS.C Co. , IBCA-1020-2-74 
& IBCA-1033-4-74 (Sept. 28, 1977), 
84 I.D. 495 



IBCA-1020-2-74 & IBCA-1033-4-74 
(Feb. 22, 1978), 85 I.D. 67 



Appeals of Petterson, Willie H. , 
IBCA-1115-7-76, IBCA-1 116-7-76, 
IBCA-1117-7-76 & IBCA-1118-7-76 
(Feb. 28, 1977) 



Appeals of State of Alaska & 
Seldovia Native Ass'n, Inc. 
2 ANCAB 1 (June 9, 1977), 
84 I.D. 349 



166, 170, 

173, 177, 186 



166, 169, 183, 
190, 196, 640 



88, 89, 91, 92, 

95, 97, 98, 100, 

101, 102, 104, 105, 

107, 108, 110, 111, 

111-112, 113, 118 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 



Page(s) 



Arcand, Ruth, et_ al . ; U.S. 
v., 23 IBLA 226~TJan. 9, 
1976) 



33, 358, 370, 379 



Archer, Earl W. , et al. 
Moore et al_. , D-78-1, 
(Aug. 9, 1978) 



, Robert F. 
D-78-2 



Ardee Coal Co., 4 IBMA 112 
(Apr. 16, 1975), 82 I.D. 163- 

Area Director, Aberdeen; Ring, 
Jake, e£ al_. , Administrative 
Appeal of v. , 6 IBIA 137 
(Aug. 10, 1977) 



330 
227 



Area Director, Aberdeen Area Office, 
Bureau of Indian Affairs; Hansen 
Dean, Administrative Appeal of v. , 
5 IBIA 250 (Nov. 16, 1975), 
83 I.D. 561 

Area Director, Aberdeen Area Office, 
et al . ; Hansen, Harold, Adminis- 
trative Appeal of v_. , 5 IBIA 4 
(Jan. 20, 1976)-- 

Area Director, Aberdeen Area Office, 
et al . ; Love, J. B. Administra- 
tive Appeal of v. , 4 IBIA 74 
(June 6, 1975) 



Area Director, Aberdeen Area Office, 
&t_ al_. ; Morgan, James, Jr., Admin- 
istrative Appeal of v. , 5 IBIA 
14 (Jan. 22, 1976), 83 I.D. 20 



Area Director, Anadarko, et^ al_. ; 
Jackson, Paul N., Administrative 
Appeal of v. , 4 IBIA 39 (Apr. 29, 
1975), 82 I.D. 191 



306 



Area Director, B.I. A., Billings, & 
all Other Interested Parties; Graham 
W. J. B. & William S., Administra - 
tive Appeal of v. , 4 IBIA 205 



(Nov. 19, 1975), 82 I.D. 568- 



- 304, 305 



Area Director, Billings, e£ al_. ; Not 
Afraid, Ethel H. , Administrative 
Appe al of v., 3 IBIA 235 (Jan. 31, 



1975), 82 I.D. 51- 



Area Director, Portland Area Office; 
Rosenberg, James, Administrative 
Appeal of v. , 6 IBIA 124 (Aug. 1, 
1977), 84 I.D. 439 



Area Director, Portland Area Office, 
Bureau of Indian Affairs; Visser, 
Hazel Hawk, Administrative Appeal 
of v. , 7 IBIA 22 (Feb. 17, 1978) 139 , 

Area Director, Portland Area Office, 
Bureau of Indian Affairs (Respon- 
dent), Lummi Indian Tribe (Inter- 
vener); Whatcom County Park Board 
(Appellant), Administrative Appeal 
of v. , 6 IBIA 196 (Nov. 28, 1977), 
84 I.D. 938 



Area Director, Sacramento Area 
Office; Morongo Band of Mis- 
sion Indians, Administrative 
Appeal of v. , 7 IBIA 299 
(Dec. 13, 1979), 86 I.D. 680- 



- 10, 11, 138, 327 



Argenbright, Grady, 27 IBLA 24 

(Sept. 17, 1976) 450, 



Arizona Fence Co., Inc., Appeal of, 
IBCA-1144-3-77 (Feb. 9, 1978) 



Arizona Mining & Refining Co. , 
Inc., et al_. ; U.S. v., 27 IBLA 
99 (Sept. 29, 1976) 



Arizona Public Service Co. , 
20 IBLA 120 (Apr. 25, 1975)- 



Arjay Oil Co., 30 IBLA 212 (May 20, 
1977) 

31 IBLA 300 (July 22, 1977) 

33 IBLA 102 (Dec. 16, 1977) 

43 IBLA 98 (Sept. 20, 1979) 

Arkansas Western Gas Co. , 

27 IBLA 207 (Oct. 6, 1976) 



Arkla Exploration Co. , 22 IBLA 
92 (Sept. 22, 1975) 



Page ( s ) 
470, 479, 527 



— 166, 170, 
174, 177 



- 24, 40, 160, 
211, 360, 372, 
, 395, 662, 666 



46, 124, 256, 
617, 619, 682 



445 

218, 499 

499 



126, 342, 

442, 451, 527 



25 IBLA 220 (June 21, 1976)- 

Armco Steel Corp., 6 IBMA 64 
(Mar. 15, 1976), 83 I.D. 77- 

8 IBMA 88 (Aug. 17, 1977), 

84 I.D. 454 

Armco Steel Corp. (On Reconsider- 
ation), 8 IBMA 245 (Feb. 13, 1978), 

85 I.D. 36 

Armstrong & Armstrong, Inc. , 
Appeals of, IBCA-1061-3-75 
& IBCA-1072-7-75 (Apr. 7, 
1976), 83 I.D. 148 



119, 508 

120, 436, 508 



169, 177, 633, 
636, 649, 651 



Arndt, Kenneth, Appeal of, 
3 ANCAB 127 (Jan. 15, 1979)- 



Arnold, Bobbie, 24 IBLA 352 
(Apr. 23, 1976) 



Aronow, Anna, Estate of, 20 IBLA 
344 (June 11, 1975) 



89, 101 



519, 577 



Arrieta, L. J., 26 IBLA 188 

(Aug. 10, 1976) 546 

Ashburn, Joe, 27 IBLA 227 

(Oct. 12, 1976) 9, 399, 420, 609, 750 

Ashland Mining & Development 
Co., Inc., 5 IBMA 259 (Nov. 19, 
1975), 82 I.D. 578 233 

Ashley, Charles D., Estate of, 
37 IBLA 367 (Nov. 2, 1978), 
85 I.D. 403 



— 43, 48, 127, 
291, 439, 463, 
, 500, 525, 638 



Aspinwall, Mary A. A., 23 IBLA 
309 (Jan. 16, 1976)- 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Associated Drilling, Inc. , 6 IBMA 
153 (May 27, 1976), 83 I.D. 220- 



227 



Atchak, Alexandra, 23 IBLA 81 
(Dec. 12, 1975) 



68, 119, 211, 

289, 635, 661, 670 

Atlantic Richfield Co. , 21 IBLA 

98 (June 30, 1975), 82 I.D. 316 119, 184, 185, 

188, 198, 257, 
435, 571, 576 



Austral Oil Co., Inc., 21 IBLA 
243 (Aug. 11, 1975) 



124, 259, 260, 267 



Ax, Ted G.; U.S. v., 43 IBLA 
146 (Sept. 28, 1979) 



Ayojiak, Mary, 22 IBLA 384 
(Nov. 21, 1975) 



37, 217, 368, 
389, 404, 730 



68, 119, 211 



Aztec Exploration & Development 
Co.; Continental Oil Co. v., 
32 IBLA 1 (Aug. 24, 197 7) 

Babcock, J. C, J. G. Shipp, 

25 IBLA 316 (June 30, 1976) 



24, 363, 675 



399 



Page(s) 



Baldwin, H. B. , 37 IBLA 215 
(Oct. 12, 1978) 



590, 



■ 9, 218, 
592, 593 



Ballow, Rachel, Henry A. Rice & 
Sam J. Johnson, 28 IBLA 264 
(Dec. 20, 1976) 281, 

Ballwebers Cleaning Service, 
Appeal of, IBCA-1057-1-75 
(Oct. 2, 1975) 



182, 184, 
, 194, 640 



Banks, Thurman, et al. , 

22 IBLA 205 (Oct. 15, 1975) — 



299, 643, 
658, 736 



Bannon, Gerald Byron, 40 IBLA 

162 (Mar. 30, 1979) 377, 402, 



Baptist, Louis, Estate of, 

5 IBIA 48 (Mar. 8, 1976) 312, 317, 325 



Baron Mining Corp. , 39 IBLA 234 
(Feb. 12, 1979) 



Barrows, Gordon H. 
(July 31, 1978)- 



36 IBLA 160 



400 

510, 585 



Babcock, Ross; Bureau of Land 
Management v. , 32 IBLA 174 
(Sept. 15, 1977), 84 I.D. 
475 1, 14, 29, 30, 35, 

38, 42, 47, 157, 196, 

212, 216, 220, 282, 

283, 287, 290, 599, 663, 

673, 685, 695, 714, 715 



Bartell, A. 0.; U.S. 
47 (June 23, 1977)- 



Bartman, Elena, 43 IBLA 284 
(Oct. 17, 1979) 



346, 
418 



-- 43, 
292, 



- 35, 41, 
362, 374, 
663, 706 



78, 163, 
669, 674 



Babington, Charles J. , 

36 IBLA 107 (July 14, 1978) 218, 220, 495, 528 



Babington, Charles J., et al. , 

22 IBLA 143 (Sept. 30, 1975) 



Bacha, Helen, 39 IBLA 146 
(Jan. 29, 1979) 



447, 478 
553 



Bacil, Elias C. , 34 IBLA 322 

(Apr. 24, 1978) 438, 473, 486 

35 IBLA 198 (May 24, 1978) 438, 473, 486 



Bacil, Marion, 35 IBLA 366 
(June 23, 1978) 



15, 198, 473, 



Baehler, Gerald, 42 IBLA 36 
(July 31, 1979) 



Baja Motor Sports, 32 IBLA 142 
(Sept. 12, 1977) 



Baker, Berthlyn Jane, 41 IBLA 239 
(June 27, 1979) 



Baker, Chester, 26 IBLA 257 
(Aug. 18, 1976) 



12, 281, 734 



Baker, Melton E.; U.S. v. , 

23 IBLA 319 (Jan. 19, 1976) — 



Baker, Phil v. North American Coal 
Co., 8 IBMA 164 (Sept. 30, 
1977), 84 I.D. 877 



354, 370, 

380, 391, 392 



224 



Baker, Squire, 1 IBSMA 279 (Oct. 
1979), 86 I.D. 550 



Bartol, Walter, 19 IBLA 82 (Mar. 3, 
1975) 



Bartos, Mattie B.; State of 
Alaska, v. , 42 IBLA 269 
(Aug. 27, 1979) 



62, 63, 
164, 



76, 123, 
669, 677 



Baumgartner Cos., 21 IBLA 133 
(July 14, 1975) 

Baysinger, Larry R. , Uniform 

Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
2 OHA 153 (Sept. 20, 197 7) 



260, 266, 268 



Beaird, Charles Thomas; U.S. v. 
31 IBLA 203 (July 6, 197 7) 



53 



Beaird, Paul D. , Jr. & Leon F. 

Scully, Jr., 26 IBLA 79 (July 13, 
1976)- 



545, 560 



Beal, Robert W.; U.S. v. , 

23 IBLA 378 (Feb. 4, 1976) 33, 354, 355, 

356, 358, 371, 
380, 391, 403, 418 



Beanland, William G. 
(June 25, 1975) — 



21 IBLA 66 



502 



Bear, Annie, Estate of, 5 IBIA 149 
(July 21, 1976) 



Bear Heels, Iris, Administrative Appeal 
of v. Aberdeen Area Director, 6 IBIA 
253 (Dec. 15, 1977) 



- 139, 303 



Bechthold, Alex; U.S. 
25 IBLA 77 (June 1, 



1976) 34, 211, 

359, 371, 
394, 407, 



215, 334, 
381, 390, 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Beck, George T. , 31 IBLA 363 
(July 28, 1977) 



55, 738 



Becker, James; U.S. v. , 

33 IBLA 301 (Jan. 10, 1978)- 



25, 33, 121, 

357, 375, 385, 637 



Bedell, James E., Appeal of, 
3 ANCAB 153 (Jan. 31, 1979), 
86 I.D. 60- 



112 



Beecroft, Nellie Boswell, 
41 IBLA 70 (May 31, 1979)- 



Beehive Telephone Co. 
38 IBLA 80 (Nov. 9, 



Inc., 
1978) 238 



26, 73, 163 
613, 630 



Beery, Robert L. , et al. , 

25 IBLA 287 (June 28, 1976), 
83 I.D. 249 



Belco Petroleum Corp. , 

42 IBLA 150 (Aug. 16, 1979)- 



-- 345, 403, 418, 
420, 743, 751 



Belden, James E. , Henry Y. Yoshino, 
23 IBLA 216 (Jan. 6, 1976) 



Bell Coal Co., Inc., 5 IBMA 155 
(Sept. 23, 1975), 82 I.D. 450- 



128, 344, 
427, 519 



526 

229 



Bell, Don C. II (Trustee), 42 IBLA 
21 (July 25, 1979) 



440, 468, 

492, 496, 525 



Bellah, Levi T. , 22 IBLA 1 
(Sept. 4, 1975) 



Bellamy, Carl; U.S. v., 

25 IBLA 50 (May 14, 1976)- 



Belnap, Doris, 33 IBLA 231 
(Dec. 28, 1977) 



33, 159, 

345, 359, 665 



549, 564, 579 



Bender, Jack J., 40 IBLA 26 

(Mar. 9, 1979) 220, 291, 464, 

530, 539, 664, 757 

Bennington, Edgar C, Jr., 

28 IBLA 65 (Nov. 10, 1976) 432, 481, 

536, 560 

Bennington, Edgar C. (On Reconsider- 
ation), 28 IBLA 355 (Jan. 31, 1977) 481, 561 



Benson-Mont in-Greer Drilling Corp. , 
Administrative Appeal of v. Acting 
Area Director, Albuquerque Area 
Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 
7 IBIA 67 (May 31, 1978) 



Berger, Treva L. , 31 IBLA 389 
(Aug. 19, 197 7) 



Bergman, Elsie, Walter Titus, 
Steven Bergman, 22 IBLA 233 
(Oct. 22, 1975) 



- 14, 140, 242, 

400, 421, 602, 

612, 685, 738 



67, 670 



Bergman, Warner, 21 IBLA 173 
(July 25, 197 5) 



Bergman, Warner (On Recon- 
sideration), 31 IBLA 21 
(June 20, 1977) 



Bernthal, Hildred W. , Shirley M. , 
30 IBLA 18 (Apr. 7, 1977) 



Berry, Ivie G. , 25 IBLA 213 

(June 16, 1976) 150, 



Berry, R. Garvin, Jr., 18 IBLA 
331 (Jan. 9, 1975) 



Berry, Raymond A., et al . , 
35 IBLA 386 (June 27, 1978)- 



Berry, William A., 44 IBLA 162 

(Nov. 30, 1979) 246, 

Bess, Vernal E., et al. , 

27 IBLA 4 (Sept. 17, 1976) 13, 139, 

336, 691, 

Bethel, Carrie, Heirs of, 

29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 270, 298, 

B.G.R. , Inc. , 27 IBLA 27 

(Sept. 17, 1976) 



Page(s) 



■ 21, 73, 

654, 684 



547, 621 

152, 153 

513, 530 

- 21, 486 

350, 353 



198, 256, 
735, 737 



299, 592 



Bice, Robert A. , Jr. 
291 (Nov. 3, 1975)- 



Bickel, Robert S. , 31 IBLA 
201 (July 6, 1977) 



56, 132, 
688, 742 



S3, 533, 538 



Bielski, Lee S., 39 IBLA 211 
(Feb. 8, 1979), 86 I.D. 80- 



Big Horn Calcium Co. , 

44 IBLA 289 (Dec. 26, 1979) 28, 

379 , 

Billings, James E. , 38 IBLA 353 

(Dec. 22, 1978) 

Bingham, Wallace S. , 21 IBLA 266 

(Aug. 11, 1975), 82 I.D. 377 199, 

202, 



Binning, Barry C, 39 IBLA 390 
(Feb. 28, 1979) 



347, 
423 



16, 22, 

»34, 464 



128, 368, 
406, 410 



200, 201, 
611, 618 



402, 406, 
733, 746 



Bird, Clair J. (Mr.), Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
3 OHA 69 (Apr. 20, 1979) 



Bishop Coal Co., 4 IBMA 52 (Mar. 14, 
1975), 82 I.D. 89 



226 



5 IBMA 231 (Nov. 
82 I.D. 553 



18, 1975), 



65, 86, 661, 670 



Bishop Coal Co.; Shapiro, Steve v., 
6 IBMA 28 (Mar. 2, 1976), 83 I.D. 59- 



Bitseedy, Anthony, Estate of, 
5 IBIA 270 (Dec. 17, 1976)- 



Bjornestad, Dixie L., et al. 
27 IBLA 201 (Oct. 6, 1976)- 



- 223, 230 
225 

, 324, 326 
, 203, 672 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Black, Morgan & Mary Grant, 

In the Matter of the Estates of, 
5 IBIA 219 (Oct. 28, 1976) 



Blackburn Enterprises, 41 IBLA 115 

(June 11, 1979) 250, 



319 
348 



Blackwell, Wayne & Icelene, 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 2 OHA 117 (May 3, 1977) 720 



Blair, Gordon N. , 41 IBLA 288 
(June 28, 1979) 



Blake, Charles H. (Mrs.), 
20 IBLA 322 (June 6, 1975)- 



-- 468, 492 



Blake, Roy, 38 IBLA 151 
(Dec. 5, 1978) 



191, 331, 678, 706 



Blastervold, Amelia K. , et^ al., 

23 IBLA 207 (Jan. 6, 19767 r 70, 661, 671 



Bleak, Floyd R. , 26 IBLA 378 
(Sept. 9, 1976) 



125, 128, 409, 591 



Bloom, J. W., 24 IBLA 276 (Mar. 30, 
1976 ) 



Blue Star, Inc., Atomic Western, 
Inc., Fremont Energy Corp., 
Ivor Adair, 41 IBLA 333 

(July 11, 1979) 16, 32, 123, 

136, 198, 303, 306, 
434, 591, 638, 686 



Page(s) 



Bolinder, Vern H. & Julienne J, 
40 IBLA 164 (Apr. 3, 1979) 



Bolten Ranch, Inc. (Respondent) 
National Wildlife Federation 
(Appellant) v., 24 IBLA 391 
(May 3, 19761 



291, 439, 522, 
581, 586, 674 



281, 283, 683, 754 



Boone, Arthur W. , 32 IBLA 305 

(Sept. 30, 1977) 17, 208, 

400, 404, 410 

Boone, Mark W. & John L. Dutra, 

33 IBLA 32 (Nov. 25, 1977) 14, 17, 239, 

400, 421, 739 



Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Inc., 
Appeal of, IBCA-1027-3-74 
(Mar. 24, 1976), 83 I.D. 95 

Bordeaux, Opie Samuel, Sr. , Estate 
of, 5 IBIA 24 (Feb. 10, 1976) 



-- 178, 191, 197 



Borsellino, Joyce R. (Mrs.), Guardian 
for Leroy Albert, Salvadore Anthony, 
& Ruthellyn Borsellino, Minor Children 
Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of, 2 OHA 8 (May 11, 1976) 



Boschetto, Ben J., 21 IBLA 193 
(July 28, 1975) 



Botens, David F. , Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978) 



718 

149, 742, 758 
99 



Hume, Fred P. , 28 IBLA 58 
(Nov. 9, 1976) 



Blythe, Catherine R. , 21 IBLA 
217 (July 31, 1975) 



512, 516, 533 
425, 426 



Board of County Comm'rs, Ouray 
County, Colorado, 22 IBLA 182 
(Oct. 7, 1975) 23, 125, 133, 

Bobb, Russell Harold, Estate of, 

5 IBIA 92 (May 10, 1976) 319 ; 



610 



Bobby, Mary, 41 IBLA 44 
(May 29, 1979) 



43, 73, 674 



Boehm, William R. , 34 IBLA 216 
(Mar. 27, 1978) 



36 IBLA 346 (Aug. 28, 1978)- 



460, 485 
487, 495 



>ise Cascade Corp., Uniform Relo- 
cation Assistance Appeal of, 3 OHA 
97 (July 31, 1979) 



Boland, Louis J. 
(May 27, 1977)- 



30 IBLA 237 



33 IBLA 269 (Jan. 5, 1978)- 

Bolinder, Glenn C. & L. 0. 
Turner, et al,; U.S. v., 
28 IBLA 187"TDec. 6, 1976), 
83 I.D. 609 



483 
483 



161, 354, 361, 
403, 417, 667 



Bolinder, Vern H. , 22 IBLA 130 
(Sept. 26, 1975) 



30 IBLA 26 (Apr. 11, 1977)- 



447, 531 
545 



Botone, Roland Loyd (Mobeadlemah) , 
Estate of, 7 IBIA 177 (Aug. 16, 
1979) 



Boulder City Aero Club, Inc. , 
21 IBLA 343 (Aug. 18, 1975)- 



13, 



219, 309 
124, 601 



Bowen, Arthur C. W. (Deceased), 
Estate of, 18 IBLA 379 

(Jan. 30, 1975) 39, 344, 369, 

393, 404, 408, 416 

Bowen, Arthur C. W. (Deceased), 
Estate of, & Superior Perlite 
Mines, Inc. (Contestees) , 
Harborlite Corp. ( Intervenor) ; 
U.S. v., 38 IBLA 390 (Jan. 8, 
1979) 



Bowen, James P. , Administrative 
Appeal of v. Superintendent, 
Northern Cheyenne Agency, et al., 
3 IBIA 224 (Jan. 21, 1975), 



Bowling, Jimmy V., 20 IBLA 146 
(May 5, 1975) 



347, 405, 407, 
410, 417, 757 



Bowman, Bernard W. , & Ruth W., Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
2 OHA 142 (Aug. 8, 1977) 



Bowman, Richard V. , 19 IBLA 
261 (Mar. 31, 1975) 



-- 238, 541, 557, 577 



Boyd, Jack Zemmy, Jr.; U.S. v., 
39 IBLA 321 (Feb. 27, 1979T— 



- 5, 37, 54, 
85, 127, 591 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Bradshaw, B. J., 44 IBLA 181 
(Nov. 30, 1979) 



210, 556, 583 



Bradshaw, F. J., Estate of, 

44 IBLA 107 (Nov. 20, 1979) 131, 440, 526 



Brady, Charles M. , 33 IBLA 375 
(Jan. 25, 1978) 



Brady, Rondall, 42 IBLA 341 
(Aug. 31, 1979) 



Bragg, James L. (Mrs.), Uniform Relo- 
cation Assistance Appeal of, 3 OHA 
44 (Feb. 1, 1979) 



284 



Brainerd, Andrew W. 
(Aug. 21, 1978)— 



Brambley, Robert R. 
(Apr. 10, 1979)— 



36 IBLA 304 
40 IBLA 215 



726 

567, 617 
465, 474 



Brammer, Doris V. (Ms.), Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
3 OHA 85 (July 5, 1979) 



Brandt, Ed; U.S. v., 21 IBLA 166 

(July 22, 1975) 355 



356, 357, 
393, 639, 649 



Brattain Contractors, Inc. , 
37 IBLA 233 (Oct. 18, 1978)- 



18, 25, 28, 127, 

197, 198, 212, 219, 
353, 366, 376, 405, 
409, 410, 415, 417 

Bray, Leland H. , 37 IBLA 120 

(Oct. 3, 1978) 243, 249, 413 



Breene, James 0. , Jr. , 38 IBLA 
281 (Dec. 13, 1978) 



Breene, Jas. 0., Jr., 39 IBLA 43 

(Jan. 16, 1979) 439, 464, 



517 
539 



Breene, James 0., Jr. (On 

Reconsideration), 42 IBLA 395 
(Sept. 11, 1979) 



Bremer, Gustavus A. , e£ ux. , 

21 IBLA 15 (June 16, 1975) 292 



468, 576 

297 



Brewer, Alpha O. (Mrs.), Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
2 OHA 1 (Mar. 30, 1976) 



Brick, Irving B. , 36 IBLA 235 
(Aug. 8, 1978) 



723 

462, 487 



Briggs, John C. , 22 IBLA 8 (Sept. 
1975), 82 I.D. 432 



12, 56 



Briles Wing & Helicopter, Inc. 
Appeal of, IBCA-1 158-7-77 
(Dec. 2, 1977), 84 I.D. 967- 



645, 652, 

653, 659 

IBCA-1158-7-77 (Apr. 14, 

1978), 85 I.D. 77 194, 645, 

650, 652 

Brinkerhoff, Eldon, 24 IBLA 324 

(Apr. 21, 1976), 83 I.D. 185 20, 23, 29, 137, 

158, 280, 285, 286, 
636, 713, 755 



Page(s) 



Brinton, John C. , Estate of, 
25 IBLA 283 (June 28, 1976)- 



6, 10, 150, 

152, 330, 599, 
601, 681, 682 



Bristol Bay Native Corp. , 41 IBLA 
85 (June 4, 1979) 



31, 50, 63, 

440, 466, 535, 
740, 741, 747 



Broken H. Ranch Co. , 33 IBLA 
386 (Jan. 26, 1978) 



34 IBLA 182 (Mar. 21, 1978)- 



Brooks, Dwight, 20 IBLA 100 
(Apr. 25, 1975) 



Brooks, June, 25 IBLA 326 
(June 30, 1976) 



6, 629, 685, 
731, 751 



216, 253, 632 



39, 289, 393, 
416, 424, 670 



342, 442, 450, 526 



Brooks, Sidney, et al^. , 22 IBLA 177 
(Sept. 30, 19757 



Brothers, A. W. , 19 IBLA 144 
(Mar. 7, 1975) 



Brough, John Lynn, 33 IBLA 36 
(Nov. 25, 1977) 



— 280, 429 
13, 48, 601 

— 622, 654 



Brouillette, Henry Max, Estate of, 
4 IBIA 48 (May 2, 1975) 



Brower, Ivan J. , 32 IBLA 286 
(Sept. 27, 1977) 



320 
202 



Brower, Pamela M. , 26 IBLA 366 
(Sept. 8, 1976) 



201, 202 



Brown, Bernice A. , 23 IBLA 79 

(Dec. 12, 1975) 68 



Brown, Floyd G. , 35 IBLA 110 
(May 15, 1978) 



401, 408, 422, 739 



Brown, Grace M. , et al_. , 24 IBLA 

301 (Apr. 1, 1976) 436, 532, 707 

Brown, Jessie A. , 23 IBLA 23 

(Dec. 1, 1975) 426 



Brown, Jessie A. (On Reconsider- 
ation), 28 IBLA 339 (Jan. 17, 
1977) 



Brown, John F., 21 IBLA 260 
(Aug. 11, 1975) 



22 IBLA 50 (Sept. 16, 1975)- 



447, 494 
476, 497 



22 IBLA 133 (Sept. 26, 1975) 13, 16, 

239, 447, 532 



Brown, Karen L. , 31 IBLA 239 
(July 12, 1977) 



483, 538, 563 



Brown & Root Western, Inc., Appeal 
of, IBCA-1220-10-78 (Apr. 13, 
1979) 



171, 180 



Brown, Tom, 37 IBLA 381 (Nov. 6, 
1978 ) 



- 4, 18, 209, 
347, 401, 430 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s ) 



Brunker, Brent J.; U.S. v., 
36 IBLA 36 (June 27, 1978)- 



Bryant, Joe W.; U.S. v . , 

25 IBLA 247 (June 23, 1976)- 



Buck Brown Contracting Co., Inc., 
IBCA-1119-7-76 (Aug. 1, 1978)- 

Buckley, Annie Mae, 44 IBLA 99 
(Nov. 20, 1979) 



Buckmann, Thomas, 23 IBLA 21 
(Nov. 26, 1975) 



162, 365, 668 



56, 159, 294, 
296, 665, 755 



170, 187 
555, 582 
448, 478 



Bureau of Land Management v. Thoman, 
William J., 41 IBLA 110 (June 11, 
1979) 



Bureau of Land Management et^ al_. 
Smith, Bert N. , Paul W. v.- » 
36 IBLA 47 (June 30, 1978) 



Page(s) 



282, 284 



Bureau of Land Management (Respondent), 
William Harris (Intervenor) ; Stratman, 
Allan (President), Two Crow Land & 
Cattle Co. and William Row, Jr. 
(Manager), Two Crow Ranch Corp. 
(Appellants) v., 30 IBLA 243 
(May 31, 197 77 281, 284, 285 



Bucy, Verna C. , 21 IBLA 155 
(July 21, 1975) 



Budinski, David, et^ a^. 
139 (June 30, 1977)- 



477 



40, 395, 399, 
420, 672, 744 



Bugbee, Howard S. , 29 IBLA 

30 (Feb. 8, 1977) 437, 504, 506, 615 



Bunch, Evelyn M. , 25 IBLA 
44 (May 13, 1976) 



83, 271, 623, 649 



Bunch, Kenneth H. , 37 IBLA 346 
(Oct. 27, 1978) 



49, 51, 118, 

121, 127, 275, 
637, 686, 715, 739 



Burgess Mining & Construction Corp., 
1 IBSMA 293 (Nov. 30, 1979), 
86 I.D. 656 704, 705 

Burglin, C, et^ al^. , 21 IBLA 234 

(Aug. 11, 1975) 447, 531, 

536, 539, 697 



Burglin, Clifford C. , Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 134 (Aug. 4, 1977) 



93, 98, 102 



3 ANCAB 37 (July 3, 1978)- 



90, 94, 96, 

99, 102, 111, 538 



Burke, Kristeen J., Joe N. & Victor 
Melovedoff, 20 IBLA 162 (May 5, 
197 5) 19, 50, 64, 611 



Bunn, Frances B. , et al. , 

43 IBLA 242 (Oct. 10, 1979) 469, 475, 493, 496 



Burkhill, Robert J., 28 IBLA 76 
(Nov. 12, 1976) 



481 



Bunting, DeRalph S. , 41 IBLA 13 
(May 22, 1979) 



Burch, Bob, 32 IBLA 93 
(Sept. 12, 1977) 



1, 130, 438, 593 



Bureau of Indian Affairs; 

Kirschling, Helen S., Admin- 
istrative Appeal of v . , 
7 IBIA 36 (Mar. 17, 1978) 



138, 139, 303 



Bureau of Land Management v. 
Babcock, Ross, 32 IBLA 174 
(Sept. 15, 1977), 84 I.D. 
475 1, 14, 29, 30, 35, 

38, 42, 47, 157, 

196, 212, 216, 220, 

282, 283, 287, 290, 

599, 663, 673, 685, 

695, 714, 715 



Burn Construction Co. , 
IBCA-1042-9-74 (Aug. 30, 

1978), 85 I.D. 353 170, 172, 173, 

179, 184, 187, 195 

Burnett, Hugh, 28 IBLA 303 

(Jan. 10, 1977) 1, 495 



Burnett, Robert L. , Jr. (Mr. f> 
Mrs.), Uniform Relocation 
Assistance Appeal of, 3 OHA 
1 (Nov. 6, 1978) 



Burns, David A., 30 IBLA 359 
(June 10, 1977) 



718, 726 



_ 4 1( 8 4 1 

661, 672, 755 

Burns, Loren E., et^ al^. ; U.S. v_. , 

38 IBLA 97 (Nov. 20, 1978) 36, 43, 

366, 376, 387 



Bureau of Land Management y_. 
Harris Bros. , 42 IBLA 48 
(July 31, 1979) 



Burt, John B., et^ al^. ; U.S. v., 

43 IBLA 363 (Oct. 29, 19797 37, 45, 214, 217, 

16, 282, 288, 2 21, 292, 350, 368, 

686, 715, 716 373, 389, 397, 664 



Bureau of Land Management; 
Herrera, Fernando v^. , 
38 IBLA 262 (Dec. 8, 1978)- 



— 25, 43, 48, 157, 

158, 216, 220, 271, 

288, 715, 716 



Bureau of Land Management y_. 

Holland Livestock Ranch <et al^. , 

39 IBLA 272 (Feb. 15, 1979), 

86 I.D. 133 36, 38, 43, 48, 

209, 213, 216, 220, 

241, 282, 286, 288, 

664, 716 



Busacker, Illys M. , Uniform Reloca- 
tion Assistance Appeal of, 2 OHA 
109 (Apr. 21, 1977) 



Bush, Henry Jay; U.S. v., 

40 IBLA 106 (Mar. 27, 1979) 36, 54, 641 



Bush, Ray E. , 19 IBLA 280 
(Apr. 7, 1975) 



Butterworth, Edward L. , 23 IBLA 

136 (Dec. 23, 1975) 603, 693 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s ) 



Buxton, Merilyn K. , C. B. Sharpe, 
24 IBLA 269 (Mar. 29, 1976) 



Byram, Roy M. , 39 IBLA 32 
(Jan. 15, 1979) 



544, 578 



243, 249, 413 



Byrd, Norman R. , Administrative 
Appeal of v. , Comm'r, Bureau of 
Indian Affairs, 7 IBIA 142 
(May 11, 1979) 305 



Cabax, Mills, 32 IBLA 225 
(Sept. 20, 1977) 



Caddell, James D. , 25 IBLA 
274 (June 24, 1976) 



Caddo, Joseph a.k.a. James Joseph 
Caddo & Jim Butler, Estate of, 
7 IBIA 286 (Nov. 28, 1979) 



Cajen Minerals, Inc., 31 IBLA 
188 (July 5, 1977) 



331, 673, 712 
450, 477, 498 



28, 46, 

323, 324, 325 



41, 374, 420 



Calabrese, Joseph S. , 25 IBLA 
241 (June 22, 1976) 



Caldwell, Clair R. , e£ al . , 
42 IBLA 139 (Aug. 16, 1979)- 



Caldwell, Doris Conger; U.S. \ 
33 IBLA 153 (Dec. 19, 1977)- 



17, 209, 
250, 349 



238, 385, 392 



Calhoun, Gerald G. 
(Nov. 4, 1976) — 



27 IBLA 362 



California Ass'n of Four-Wheel 
Drive Clubs et al., 30 IBLA 
383 (June 10, 197 7) 



636, 656, 678 



38 IBLA 361 (Dec. 29, 1978)- 



22, 36, 243, 

247, 634, 641, 647 



California Earth Sciences Corp. 
Appeal of, IBCA-1 138-12-76 
(Mar. 3, 1978), 85 I.D. 75 



California Geothermal, Inc. , 

19 IBLA 268 (Apr. 7, 1975) 



37 IBLA 172 (Oct. 10, 1978) 



California Portland Cement Co. 
33 IBLA 223 (Dec. 28, 1977)- 



260 



31, 259, 

262, 265, 266 



120, 147, 657 



California Portland Cement Co. 
Rosebud Coal Sales Co. , 
40 IBLA 339 (May 10, 1979) — 



California, State of, 29 IBLA 
132 (Feb. 23, 1977) 



26, 122, 147, 

157, 158, 210, 339, 
639, 660, 728 



33 IBLA 160 (Dec. 20, 1977)- 



Cameron, Bruce T. , Carol Heller, 
31 IBLA 234 (July 12, 1977) 



270, 330, 335, 
601, 680, 697 



443, 456, 527 



Cameron, Lucyann W. , 29 IBLA 141 
(Mar. 4, 1977) 



Canady, Harold P., et al . , 29 IBLA 
69 (Feb. 23, 19777^ 



Page(s) 
429 



Cannelton Industries, Inc., 4 IBMA 
74 (Mar. 21, 1975), 82 I.D. 102— 



232 



Cannon, Brown W. , Jr., et_ a_l. , 24 IBLA 
166 (Mar. 16, 1976), 83 I.D. 80 



570, 608, 
623, 632 



Cannon, William N. 
(June 12, 1975)- 



20 IBLA 361 



Canon, Jack D. , et al, 
112 (May 2, 1977) — 



Canon, James W. , et_ al. , 
1 SEC. 1 (Apr. 15, 1977). 
84 I.D. 176 



86, 132, 
516, 533 



542, 558 
605, 744 



482, 495, 
562, 738 



Canon Tours, Inc., 20 IBLA 216 
(May 8, 1975) 



Cansler, Fred G. . 
(June 1, 1977)- 



30 IBLA 273 



Canterbury Coal Co. , 6 IBMA 276 

(Sept. 13, 1976), 83 I.D. 325 



Cantu, Karen, Appeal of, 1 ANCAB 4 
(Oct. 6, 1975) 



232 



Canyoneers, Inc. , 
(June 9, 1977)- 



30 IBLA 354 



20, 604, 694 



Capitol Oil Corp., 33 IBLA 392 
(Jan. 26, 1978) 



256, 
512, 



343, 444, 
534, 706 



Carbon Fuel Co., 6 IBMA 20 (Feb. 20, 
1976), 83 I.D. 39 



1 IBSMA 253 (Sept. 25, 1979), 
86 I.D. 483 



228 
705 



Caress, Charles & Pete, 

41 IBLA 302 (June 29, 1979)- 



352 



245, 348, 
, 433, 612 



Carey, E. Fenton, 29 IBLA 196 
(Mar. 21, 1977) 



Carlo, William, Sr. , 21 IBLA 181 
(July 25, 1975) 



Carnal, Charlie, Walter Peck & 
Edward Borzansky, 43 IBLA 10 



(Sept. 11, 1979)- 



16, 158, 
349, 352 ; 



246, 248, 
405, 414 



Carter, Antoinette, 37 IBLA 222 

(Oct. 12, 1978) 262, 



Carter, Henry, 24 IBLA 70 
(Feb. 24, 1976) 



Cartridge Syndicate, 25 IBLA 
57 (May 20, 1976) 



449, 515, 574 



Casey, John J. ; U.S. v. , 

22 IBLA 358 (Nov. l"4~, 1975), 
82 I.D. 546 



Cashman, Joe B., 43 IBLA 239 
(Oct. 10, 1979) 



30, 38, 286, 329 



245, 246, 
, 251, 415 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Castillo, Gilbert Mark, 36 IBLA 
32 (June 27, 1978) 



Caughlin, Kenneth, Scott 

Thomas, D-77-4 (Oct. 18, 1977)- 



Caurruthers, John R. 
(Nov. 9, 1978) 



Cavin, Benton C. , 31 IBLA 145 
(June 30, 1977) 



245, 348, 352 



41 IBLA 268 (June 28, 1979)- 



Cedar Coal Co., 1 IBSMA 145 

(Apr. 20, 1979), 86 I.D. 250 



Central Nevada Corp., 21 IBLA 
308 (Aug. 14, 197 5) 



150 

152, 153 

703, 704 

260, 266, 269 



Cerday, Edgar L., 25 IBLA 229 
(June 21, 1976) 



Chace, Thomas D., 31 IBLA 
13 (June 17, 1977) 



306, 307, 

455, 533, 612 



Chamberlin, Kenneth E., Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978) 



Chambers, Evelyn, 27 IBLA 317 
(Nov. 4, 1976), 83 I.D. 533- 



451, 471, 

480, 523, 754 



33 IBLA 271 (Jan. 5, 



1978) 433, 438, 

506, 538, 565 



Chambers, Evelyn & Jerry, 

31 IBLA 381 (Aug. 10, 1977)- 



Chambers, Jerry, 33 IBLA 323 
(Jan. 16, 1978) 



Chambers, Merle C. 
(Mar. 29, 1979)- 



40 IBLA 144 



456, 472, 483 

453, 537, 561, 615 
445, 507 



Champaign, S. Delos, 37 IBLA 377 
(Nov. 6, 1978) 



2, 552, 

567, 580, 594 



Chancellor, Earl, 24 IBLA 121 
(Mar. 1, 1976) 



544 



Chaparral Resources, Inc., 
39 IBLA 269 (Feb. 15, 1979)- 



— 541, 572, 581 



Chappell, William Lavon, et al . ; 
U.S. v., 42 IBLA 74 (Aug. 13, 

1979) 37, 44, 214, 367, 

377, 389, 397, 
423, 664, 740, 747 



Charleston Stone Products, Inc. 
32 IBLA 22 (Aug. 30, 1977) 



Charlie, Martha, 22 IBLA 287 
(Oct. 30, 1975) 



346, 351 
643 



Chenoweth, Robert A., 38 IBLA 
285 (Dec. 13, 1978) 



212, 464, 489, 
500, 503, 507 



Chessman, Clayton, 34 IBLA 263 
(Mar. 31, 1978) 



Cheston Co. , Appeal of, 

IBCA-1093-1-76 (Nov. 19, 1976), 
84 I.D. 924 (1977) 

Chevron Oil Co., 23 IBLA 163 
(Dec. 23, 1975) 



Page(s) 



442, 448, 532 



24 IBLA 159 (Mar. 15, 1976)-- 

28 IBLA 386 (Feb. 4, 197 7) 

32 IBLA fl5 (Sept. 27, 1977)-- 126, 

Childs, Donald S., 19 IBLA 240 

(Mar. 26, 1975) 

Chiskak, Evan, Alex Hunt, Angela 
Odinzoff, Antonia Raymond, 
22 IBLA 153 (Sept. 30, 1975) 



Olivers, Margaret W. , 21 IBLA 
124 (July 14, 197 5) 



Choate, Fannie Newrobe, Estate 
of, 6 IBIA 144 (Sept. 9, 1977)- 



337, 339, 428, 
436, 448, 512 



261 

261, 268, 599 



557 



11, 682, 692 



315, 318 

7 IBIA 171 (July 31, 1979) 309, 324, 325, 326 

Chodar, Jack M. , 36 IBLA 324 

(Aug. 23, 1978) 462, 510 

Choggiung, Ltd., Appeal of, 2 ANCAB 

181 (Dec. 16, 1977) 88, 100 

3 ANCAB 100 (Nov. 20, 1978) 96 

3 ANCAB 325 (Aug. 17, 1979), 

86 I.D. 392 109, 111, 113 

Christensen, Gerald L. , Edward C. 
Green, 30 IBLA 303 (June 6, 
197 7) 454, 482, 506, 523 

Christiansen Oil, Inc., 37 IBLA 

52 (Sept. 18, 1978) 463, 507, 525 

Christie, Olan W. v. O'Glesbee, 
Larry E. , 23 IBLA 155 (Dec. 23, 

Christopher, Mary A., 19 IBLA 53 

(Feb. 21, 1975) 541, 557 

Chronister, Glen C. , 41 IBLA 346 

(July 11, 1979) 554 



Chudnow, James M. , 42 IBLA 307 
(Aug. 29, 1979) 



43 IBLA 375 (Oct. 31, 1979)- 



Churchill Corp., 27 IBLA 234 

(Oct. 12, 1976) 451, 

C.I.C. Construction Co., Inc., 
Appeal of, IBCA-1 190-4-78 
(Sept. 25, 1979), 86 I.D. 475 

Cichetti, Roger & Stephanie; 
U.S. v., 36 IBLA 124 (July 25, 



205, 517, 

535, 576, 686 



470, 480, 523 



184, 642, 664 



35, 162, 216, 
385, 396, 668 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s ) 



Circle L, Inc., 36 IBLA 260 
(Aug. 15, 1978) 



42, 156, 291, 
629, 641, 674 



Citizens Committee to Save 
Our Public Lands, 29 IBLA 48 
(Feb. 16, 1977) 203, 205, 429 

City of Klawock v. Andrew, P. H. , et 
al_. ; City of Klawock v. State of 
Alaska, Dept. of Highways, 24 IBLA 
85 (Feb. 25, 1976), 83 I.D. 47 



■ 82, 614, 
656, 713 



City of Kodiak, Appeal of & In the 
Matter of Port Lions Native Corp. 
3 ANCAB 85 (Sept. 14, 1978) 



90, 101 



City of Kotzebue, 26 IBLA 264 
(Aug. 20, 1976), 83 I.D. 313- 



City of Monte Vista, Colorado, 
22 IBLA 107 (Sept. 22, 1975)- 



120, 199, 

636, 684, 741 



589, 600, 609 



City of Okanogan, Washington, State 
of Washington, 41 IBLA 98 (June 4, 

City Window Cleaners, Appeal of, 
IBCA-1218-10-78 (June 12, 1979), 
86 I.D. 329 



C & K Coal Co. , 1 IBSMA 118 

(Mar. 30, 1979), 86 I.D. 221 



C & K Petroleum, Inc., 27 IBLA 15 
(Sept. 17, 1976) 



Clark County, Nevada, 28 IBLA 210 
(Dec. 8, 1976) 



— 189, 191, 192 






590, 610 



Clark County School District, 
18 IBLA 289 (Jan. 6, 1975), 
82 I.D. 1 



589, 600, 609 



Clark, Donald R., 44 IBLA 130 
(Nov. 27, 197 9) 



Clark, Donald R., C. Reinhart & 
Son, Inc., Hartwell Excavating 
Co., 39 IBLA 182 (Jan. 31, 1979)- 



3, 42, 136, 

156, 253, 291, 

617, 626, 629, 

650, 674, 755 



Clark, Herbert; U.S. v., 

18 IBLA 368 (Jan. 30, 1975) 32, 

Clasby, Ethyl D. & Charles J., 
Ruth Carpenter, et_ al^ , Mary 
Francis Antweil, Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 302 (Feb. 21, 1978) 



356, 369, 379 



- 89, 91, 93, 
94, 96, 100, 
103, 111, 538 



Classic Mining Corp. , 37 IBLA 338 
(Oct. 27, 1978) 



Clausing, Royal & Jean, 28 IBLA 129 
(Nov. 19, 1976) 



Clay, John 0. , 28 IBLA 353 

(Jan. 24, 1977) 343 



518, 521 

546 

, 442, 452, 533 



Claypool Construction Co., Inc. 
1 IBSMA 259 (Sept. 26, 1979), 
86 I.D. 486 

Cleveland, Dewey, Estate of, 5 IBIA 
72 (Apr. 15, 1976), 83 I.D. 170 



Cleveland, Peter (Feather Earring), 
Estate of, 6 IBIA 44 (Mar. 30, 1977) 



Page(s) 



— 702, 703, 705 



319 

6 IBIA 118 (July 15, 1977) 317 



Clinchfield Coal Co., 6 IBMA 319 
(Sept. 27, 1976), 83 I.D. 350 



Cloverleaf Land & Livestock Co. 
34 IBLA 113 (Feb. 28, 1978) — 



Cluette, Hank, Estate of, 
6 IBIA 47 (Apr. 1, 1977)- 



— 223, 227 

284, 287 

314, 322, 323, 325 



COAC, Inc., Appeal of, IBCA- 
1004-9-73 (Feb. 19, 1975), 
82 I.D. 65 



651, 653, 657 



Coal Fuels-Wilde, 43 IBLA 170 
(Sept. 28, 1979) 



146, 147 



Coando, Herman, Estate of, 5 IBIA 
140 (June 22, 1976), 83 I.D. 229 



Coen, Robert B., et al . , 
41 IBLA 55 (May 31, 1979)- 



Coghill, John B. , 29 IBLA 177 
(Mar. 18, 1977) 



323 

466, 475, 491, 496 



— 84, 161, 662 



Cohan, Essie M. , Moses Daniel, 
33 IBLA 266 (Jan. 5, 1978)- 



Cohen, Ben, Ray C. Nordstrom, 
21 IBLA 330 (Aug. 18, 1975)- 



221, 622, 

634, 681, 682 



Cohen, Morris M. , et_ al^. , 

33 IBLA 365 (Jan. 23, 1978) 



Coleman, Grace Cooley, Leota 
Ferrell, 35 IBLA 236 (May 26, 
1 9 7 8 ) 

Collier, W. R. & Margaret W., 
39 IBLA 81 (Jan. 24, 1979) 

Collister, L. Alice, 40 IBLA 71 
(Mar. 16, 1979) 



246, 254, 618 



209, 240, 405, 423 



465, 489 



Colman, William J., 37 IBLA 310 
(Oct. 23, 1978) 



40 IBLA 180 (Apr. 3, 1979)- 



504 

7, 252, 253, 628 



Colvin Cattle Co. , Inc. 
39 IBLA 176 (Jan. 30, 



1979) 15, 36, 157, 216, 

274, 278, 599, 
641, 686, 695, 711 



Colvin, Mae R. , 42 IBLA 266 

(Aug. 27, 1979) 492, 496 



Combs, Mary Ann Topsseh (Flathead 
Allottee No. 1648), Administra- 



tive Appeal of v. Comm'r of 
Indian Affairs, 4 IBIA 27 
(Apr. 28, 1975), 82 I.D. 184- 



29, 31, 45, 47 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 



Cominco American, Inc. , 
26 IBLA 329 (Sept. 1, 



Page(s) 



1976) 204, 340, 595, 596 



Page(s) 



Comm'r, Bureau of Indian Affairs; 
Byrd, Norman R., Administrative 
Appeal of v. , 7 IBIA 142 (May 11, 

Comm'r, Bureau of Indian Affairs; 
Hopi Indian Tribe, Administrative 
Appeal of v . , 4 IBIA 134 (Sept. 26 , 
1975), 82 I.D. 452 

Comm'r, Bureau of Indian Affairs; 
Stout, Douglas, Administrative 
Appeal of v . , 5 IBIA 260 (Dec. 3 , 
1976), 83 I.D. 603 

Comm'r, Bureau of Indian Affairs, e£ 
al . ; Pewewardy , Doc , Administrative 
Appeal of v. , 3 IBIA 259 (Feb. 12, 
1975) 

Comm'r, Bureau of Indian Affairs, et_ 
al. ; Thunderbird Theater Co., Inc., 
Selom F. & Marian T. Burns, Shell 
Oil Co. , Administrative Appeal of 
v. , 6 IBIA 240 (Nov. 29, 1977) — 



305 



328 



327, 328 



Comm'r, Bureau of Indian Affairs & 
Sac and Fox Tribe of Oklahoma; 
Davis, Ralph, Administrative Appeal 
of v. , 4 IBIA 228 (Nov. 25, 1975)- 

Comm'r of Indian Affairs; Combs, 
Mary Ann Topsseh (Flathead 
Allottee No. 1648), Adminis- 
trative Appeal of v. , 4 IBIA 27 
(Apr. 28, 1975), 82 I.D. 184 

Comm'r of Indian Affairs; Finnesand, 
Hannah, A Native Alaska Indian, 
Administrative Appeal of v. , 3 IBIA 



263 (Feb. 25, 1975)- 



29, 31, 45, 47 



39, 329 



Comm'r of Indian Affairs; Jozhe, 
Benedict & Ft. Sill Apaches, 
Administrative Appeal of v. , 
3 IBIA 266 (Feb. 25, 1975T 

Comm'r of Indian Affairs; Means 
Construction Co. , e_t al. , 
Administrative Appeal of v. , 
5 IBIA 242 (Nov. 5, 1976)- 



139, 301 



Comm'r of Indian Affairs & 

Jicarilla Apache Tribe; Mobley, 
Roy T. , Administrative Appeal of 
v. , 4 IBIA 1 (Apr. 4, 1975), 
82 I.D. 119 



Comm'r of Indian Affairs & Richard 
Tall (PRU-10542); Oglala Sioux 
Tribe, Administrative Appeal of 
v. , 7 IBIA 188 (Sept. 5, 1979), 
86 I.D. 425- 



Commonwealth Electric Co., Appeal of, 
IBCA-1048-11-74 (Dec. 18, 1975), 



302 



A, 5, 
306, 328 



82 I.D. 625- 



IBCA-1048-11-74 (July 15, 
1977), 84 I.D. 407 



IBCA-1048-11-74 (Sept. 30, 
197 7), 84 I.D. 867 



635, 642 

172, 177, 192 
652, 654, 659 



Concho Petroleum Co. & J. C. Karcher, 

22 IBLA 139 (Sept. 26, 1975) 39, 

Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, 
Flathead Reservation, Montana; 
McQueen, Jennifer Rae, A Minor, By 
Hazel McQueen, As Next Friend, Admin - 
istrative Appeal of v_. , 4 IBIA 65 
(June 3, 1975), 82 I.D. 261 — 



328 



Conner, Emma Elizabeth & Walter T. 
Nolte, as the Heirs of R. W. 
Speer, a Last Known Director of 
the Arlington Gold Mining Co. 
(Contestee); U.S. v., 31 IBLA 

173 (July 5, 1977) 34, 161, 215, 

362, 374, 383, 667 



Connolly, Edward J., Jr., 

34 IBLA 233 (Mar. 27, 1978)- 



Connolly, Edward J., Jr., Idaho 
Fish & Game Dept. ( Intervenor) : 
U.S. v., 40 IBLA 30 (Mar. 15, 
1979) 



Consla, John Anthony v. Wetherelt : 
Robert L., 30 IBLA 311 (June 6, 
1977)- 



Consolidation Coal Co., 1 IBSMA 273 
(Sept. 28, 1979), 86 I.D. 523 



401, 417, 422, 
609, 750, 751 



12, 344, 412, 
418, 425, 748 



57, 293, 
294, 298 



Consolidation Coal Co.; United Mine 
Workers of America (Local Union No. 
1993) v., 8 IBMA 1 (June 3, 1977), 
84 I.D. 254 



Constitution Petroleum Co., Inc., et^ 
al., 25 IBLA 319 (June 30, 1976) 



Continental Oil Co., 36 IBLA 65 
(June 30, 1978) 



225 
545 



Continental Oil Co. v. Aztec Explor- 
ation & Development Co. , 32 IBLA 1 
(Aug. 24, 1977) 



24, 363, 675 



Continental Telephone of Calif. 
34 IBLA 374 (May 1, 1978) 

Continental Telephone of the 
West, 35 IBLA 279 (June 2, 
1978), 85 I.D. 186 

Cook, D. L. , 20 IBLA 315 

(June 4, 1975) 



12, 242, 616, 625 

■ 1, 256, 625, 758 
518, 519 



Cook, Hubert Franklin, Estate 
of, 5 IBIA 42 (Mar. 4, 1976), 
83 I.D. 75 



314 



Cook, Matthew, Estate of, 7 IBIA 
62 (May 5, 1978) — 



Cook Inlet Region, Inc., Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 166 (Nov. 16, 1977) 



3 ANCAB 111 (Dec. 27, 1978), 

85 I.D. 462 87, 



Cooley, Jerrold R., Lucy M., 
32 IBLA 387 (Nov. 7, 1977)- 



312, 317, 318 



120, 624, 637, 
645, 648, 659 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Cooley, John A., 36 IBLA 245 
(Aug. 14, 1978) 

Cooley, John A.; U.S. v., 

43 IBLA 276 (Oct. 15, 1979)- 



Cooley, Othel (Bill) & Lelah, 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 1 OHA 280 (Feb. 11, 
1976) 

Coombs, Jack R. , 28 IBLA 53 

(Nov. 9, 1976) 



21, 301, 417 



34, 41, 362, 
383, 395 



432, 506, 560 



Cooper, Leonard (Raymond), Estate 

of, 7 IBIA 5 (Jan. 11, 1978) 320 



Coquina Oil Corp., 29 IBLA 310 
(Mar. 30, 1977) 



41 IBLA 248 (June 27, 1979)— 



120, 436, 509 
505 



Corbyn, Richard C, 32 IBLA 296 

(Sept. 28, 197 7) 548, 563 



Corda, Emily S., 35 IBLA 12 (May 4, 1978)- 



Cornelison, Doyr, 24 IBLA 155 

(Mar. 15, 1976) 272, 



Cornet t, Robert, 36 IBLA 84 
(July 12, 1978) 



Coronado Development Corp. , 
19 IBLA 71 (Feb. 26, 1975)- 



346, 401, 405, 

418, 422, 733, 745 



Coronado Oil Co. , 42 IBLA 235 
(Aug. 22, 1979) 



Cortella Coal Corp. 
(May 23, 1978) 



35 IBLA 172 



44, 292, 522, 
582, 586, 675 



145, 146, 

148, 337, 338 



Cortex, Inc. , 34 IBLA 239 

(Mar. 28, 1978) 

Cotter, Karen, e£ al. , 30 IBLA 
88 (Apr. 27, 1977T 



Cottini, Mark J., Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 327 (Mar. 22, 1978) 



Cotton Petroleum Corp. , 38 IBLA 
271 (Dec. 13, 1978) 



264, 265 

453, 537, 561, 615 
95 



474, 488, 525 



Cotton Petroleum Corp. v. 

Samedan Oil Corp., 29 IBLA 13 

(Feb. 8, 1977) 198, 304, 305, 306 



Cottonwood, Asa, Estate of, 
7 IBIA 138 (Apr. 10, 1979)- 



Coulam, Ronald, 35 IBLA 35 
(May 8, 1978) 



County of Imperial, 40 IBLA 257 
(Apr. 16, 1979) 



Coupey, Paul S., 33 IBLA 178 
(Dec. 20, 1977) 



310, 314, 322 



46, 248, 412, 
613, 685, 755 



— 1, 3, 12 



248, 346, 400 



35 IBLA 112 (May 15, 1978)- 



17, 209, 245, 

247, 249, 348, 
351, 405, 410, 413 



Cowgill, T. T. , et^ al. , 

19 IBLA 274 (Apr. 7, 1975)- 



Cowin & Co. , Inc. , 6 IBMA 351 
(Sept. 29, 1976), 83 I.D. 409- 



Page(s) 



283, 284, 

621, 634, 655 



Cox, Mace, 38 IBLA 340 

(Dec. 20, 1978) 11, 258, 606, 607 



Coyer, Donald W. (Appellant), 
Alfred L. Easterday (Appellee), 
36 IBLA 181 (July 31, 1978) 



Crandall, Marilyn K. , 25 IBLA 
180 (June 14, 1976) 



Crapo, George M. , Richard L. , 
19 IBLA 208 (Mar. 21, 1975) — 



Creamer, Peter T. , 22 IBLA 175 
(Sept. 30, 1975) 



-- 32, 46, 121, 
, 623, 637, 645 



18, 129, 131, 
200, 618, 677 



Crill, Richard E. , et si., 

18 IBLA 428 (Feb. 14, 1975) 

297, 

Criner, William T. , 

19 IBLA 149 (Mar. 13, 1975) 

Crismon, Thelma 0.; U.S. v., 

34 IBLA 381 (May 2, 1978) 

Croley, W. R. C. , 32 IBLA 5 

(Aug. 24, 1977) 

Crosby, Frank H. , 25 IBLA 160 

(June 14, 1976) 

Cross, Truman & Velma, 29 IBLA 4 
(Feb. 7, 1977) 

Crow, J. Bruce, Appeal of, 

3 ANCAB 96 (Nov. 20, 1978) 

Crow, Jerry L.; U.S. v., 

28 IBLA 345 (Jan. 24, 1977) 



Crowder, Ervin J. 
(May 30, 1975)- 



20 IBLA 305 



124, 198, 292, 
298, 608, 749 



51 

■- 42, 290, 396 

-- 13, 239, 421 

- 238, 545, 560 

— 12, 273, 734 

90, 101 

-- 84, 634, 667 

, 282, 283, 614 



Crowe, Bernard W. , 40 IBLA 114 
(Mar. 27, 1979) 



553, 581 



Crum, Ted, 40 IBLA 129 

(Mar. 28, 1979) 

CSH Contractors, Inc., Appeal of, 
IBCA-1 107-4-76 (May 25, 1978), 

CSP Inc. , Appeal of, 

IBCA-1 137-12-76 (Nov. 10, 1977), 
84 I.D. 917 



274, 275, 279 



175, 186 



183, 216, 663 



Cub River Stockmen's Ass'n, 
42 IBLA 26 (July 26, 1979)- 



Cueto, Manuel F. , Jr., 40 IBLA 265 
(Apr. 16, 1979) 



274, 276 
553 



Cuin, Cecilia J., 36 IBLA 250 

(Aug. 15, 1978) 200, 201, 739, 746 



Cullen, Richard P. 
(Feb. 10, 1975)- 



18 IBLA 414 



203, 445, 572 



126, 


132, 


297, 


, 759 





■ 702 


702, 


, 704 



LVI 

TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 

Page(s ) Page (8) 

Cummings, Kenneth F. , 43 IBLA 110 Davis, Ralph, Administrative Appeal 

(Sept. 24, 1979) 440, 535, 735 of v. Comrn'r, Bureau of Indian 

Affairs & Sac and Fox Tribe of 
Cummings, Kenneth F. & A. W. Oklahoma, 4 IBIA 228 (Nov. 25, 

Fleming, Empire Resources, Inc., 1975) — — 328 

28 IBLA 73 (Nov. 12, 1976) 512, 516, 533 

Davison, Arthur H., 23 IBLA 15 

Cummins, Neil J., 32 IBLA 384 (Nov. 26, 1975) 478 

(Nov. 3, 1977) 627, 631 

Dawley Creek Ranch & L. Franklin 

Cummins, Roy R., 26 IBLA 223 Mader, 37 IBLA 30 (Sept. 18, 1978) 646, 656 

(Aug. 17, 1976) 17, 207, 289, 

372, 394, 399, Dawson, Susan, 35 IBLA 123 (May 15, 
418, 425, 672, 706 1978) 438, 539 

Curtis, William R. , 37 IBLA 124 Dayton Mining Co., Inc. & Plateau, 

(Oct. 3, 1978) 498 Inc., 1 IBSMA 125 (Apr. 17, 1979), 

Cushing, Albert A., Jr., 41 IBLA 41 

(May 29, 1979) 592 Dean, John Eldon, 32 IBLA 336 

(Oct. 18, 1977) 457, 484, 495 

D'Amico, Gertrude H. , 39 IBLA 68 

(Jan. 17, 1979) 22, 122, 463, Dean, John R. , 34 IBLA 330 (Apr. 26, 

473, 488, 617 1978), 85 I.D. 81 57, 

293, 294 
Daily, G. W. , 34 IBLA 176 

(Mar. 14, 1978) 9, 400, 421, Dean Trucking Co., Inc., 1 IBSMA 105 

609, 750, 7 51 (Mar. 23, 1979), 86 I.D. 201 

Dal Metro Investment Co., 29 IBLA 1 IBSMA 229 (Sept. 11, 

198 (Mar. 22, 1977) 453 1979), 86 I.D. 437 37, 642 

Dale, Richard 0., e£ al_. , Dearing, James (Mr.), Uniform Relo- 

38 IBLA 175 (Dec. 6, 1978) 243, 252, 689 cation Assistance Appeal of, 2 OHA 

181 (June 21, 1978) 

Dalton, Kathryn A. , 31 IBLA 1 

(June 15, 1977) 548, 578, 636, 652 Deering, Michael S., 33 IBLA 

142 (Dec. 19, 1977) 135, 216 

Danneman, William & Mary, 

Uniform Relocation Assis- Deeter, Janelle R., Gary B.; 

tance Appeal of, 1 OHA 170 Verna B. & Harry D. Lyons, 

(Sept. 18, 1975) 717, 719, 721, 724 34 IBLA 81 (Feb. 22, 1978) 400, 

697 
David M. Cox, Inc., Appeal of, 

IBCA-1079-10-75 (Apr. 7, 1976) 180, 183, Defenders of Wildlife, 19 IBLA 

194, 196, 640 219 (Mar. 25, 1975) 272 

IBCA-1092-12-75 (July 22, 1976) 165, 174, 184 DeJong, Frank, 26 IBLA 327 

(Aug. 30, 1976) ■ 

David, Robert W., 35 IBLA 205 

(May 26, 1978) 438, 461, 497, 507 27 IBLA 313 (Oct. 29, 1976) 

40 IBLA 236 (Apr. 16, 1979) 22, 439 de Lany, Milan, 22 IBLA 47 

(Sept. 16, 1975) 

David Smith Ranches e£ al_. (Appel- 
lants), Colorado Ute Electric Delight Coal Corp., 1 IBSMA 186 

Ass'n, Inc. (Intervenor ) , (June 5, 1979), 86 I.D. 321 702, 703 

33 IBLA 7 (Nov. 15, 1977) 47, 242, 

282, 612, 624 Delkittie, Nancy A., 35 IBLA 370 

(June 23, 1978) 82, 617 

Davis, Elliott & Leon, 26 IBLA 91 

(July 19, 1976) 545 DeLor, Dale C. , 40 IBLA 88 

(Mar. 22, 1979) 243, 250, 414, 433, 613 

Davis, Gent, 36 IBLA 311 (Aug. 21, 

1978) 552 Deloria, Oscar Bubuna, Estate of, 

5 IBIA 34 (Feb. 26, 1976) 321 

Davis, J. C, 35 IBLA 92 (May 12, 

1978) 460, 486 Delta Funds, Inc., 19 IBLA 185 

(Mar. 18, 1975) 139, 257, 266 

Davis Oil Co., 43 IBLA 320 

(Oct. 22, 1979) 511 DeMarrias, Francis or Frank (Deceased 

Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Allottee No. 
Davis Oil Co. et al . , SW-381-757), Estate of, 3 IBIA 218 
33 IBLA 53 (Nov. 25, 1977) 564, 572, 579 (Jan. 3, 1975) 



220, 694 



421, 688, 
739, 745 



274, 611 

479, 560 

451, 480 

543, 558 



LVII 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Denham, Bradley F.; U.S. v., 
29 IBLA 185 (Mar. 18, 1977)- 



Dennis, Junior L. , 40 IBLA 12 
(Mar. 9, 1979) 



Denson, Joe D. , A3 IBLA 136 
(Sept. 28, 1979) 



361, 373, 382, 

395, 407, 662, 695 



15, 22, 402, 699 



Dent, Joe S. & Delores L. , 
18 IBLA 375 (Jan. 30, 1975)- 



400, 423, 688, 
697, 739, 745 



4, 137, 138, 

288, 682, 706, 709 



Dept. of the Navy, Naval Weapons 
Center, China Lake, 29 IBLA 324 
(Mar. 30, 197 7) 



Dickinson, Ralph & Ruth, 

39 IBLA 258 (Feb. 15, 1979) 25, 122, 151, 

153, 157, 638, 649 

Dickman, Charlene, R. J. Hollberg, 
Jr., Vernon W. Dickman, 21 IBLA 
397 (Aug. 28, 197 5) 144 

Dietemann, Aloys A. & Doris E. L. ; 
U.S. v., 26 IBLA 356 (Sept. 8, 
1976) 



34, 332, 

372, 382, 407 



DiGiulio, Albert, Jr., Genuino J. 
Grande & Jeremy V. Cohen, 26 IBLA 



169 (Aug. 4, 1976)- 



Digneo, Edward M. , 22 IBLA 4 
(Sept. 4, 1975) 

Dillman, Clayton A. & Jean P.; 
U.S. v., 36 IBLA 358 (Aug. 31, 



Diven, Ernest F. & Richard J. T. 
Anderson; U.S. v., 32 IBLA 361 
(Oct. 25, 1977) 



Divide Constructors, Inc., 
Subcontractor to Granite 
Construction Co., Appeal of, 
IBCA-1 134-12-76 (Mar. 29, 
1977), 84 I.D. 119 



502, 545, 

560, 578 



— 477, 531 



25, 365, 387, 668 



14, 29, 38, 41, 

364, 375, 384, 

396, 428, 685 



179, 180, 

189, 644, 656 



Donoghue, James, et_al., 24 IBLA 

210 (Mar. 23, 19767^ 515, 



Page(s ) 
532, 737 



Dooley, Edward P., 22 IBLA 338 
(Nov. 14, 1975) 



49, 54, 80, 736 



Dowler, Carl, Roy Stewart, 44 IBLA 

192 (Nov. 30, 1979) 250, 

Doyon, Ltd., Administrative Appeal 
of, 7 IBIA 83 (Aug. 8, 1978)- 

Doyon, Ltd., Appeal of, 1 ANCAB 98 
(July 9, 1976) 

1 ANCAB 101 (July 9, 1976) 

2 ANCAB 336 (Mar. 22, 1978) 

3 ANCAB 105 (Dec. 11, 1978) 

4 ANCAB 50 (Dec. 14, 1979), 
86 I.D. 692 



139 



4 ANCAB 110 (Dec. 19, 1979)- 



Drabek, Magnel E. , 41 IBLA 219 

(June 27, 1979) 51, 



88, 


100 


88, 


100 


.07, 


116 


90, 


101 


79, 


103 





101 


74, 


300 



Dredge Corp., 38 IBLA 178 
(Dec. 6, 1978) 



Drobnick, John F., & Dorcas M. 
41 IBLA 164 (June 18, 1979)- 



Druck, Leah, 22 IBLA 253 
(Oct. 22, 1975) 






402 



DuKate, William K. , 35 IBLA 51 

(May 9, 1978) 

Dumonceaux, Marcel J. (Mr.), Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
3 OHA 63 (Apr. 9, 1979) 



Duncan, Alver C, 39 IBLA 144 
(Jan. 29, 1979) 



Duncan, Vincent F. , 44 IBLA 42 
(Nov. 6, 1979) 



Dunn, L. M. , 40 IBLA 335 (May 8, 1979)- 



Durden, Bebe Lee, 37 IBLA 15 
(Sept. 8, 1978) 



■ 66, 748 
460, 486 



728 



■ 15, 

439, 


18, 
533 





570 


474, 


490 



462 



Dixie Fuel Co. , Grays Knob Coal 
Co., 7 IBMA 71 (Nov. 9, 1976) , 
83 I.D. 551 



Dixon, John Williard, 28 IBLA 275 
(Dec. 20, 1976) 



230 

448, 478 



Doe, Lola I. , 31 IBLA 394 

(Aug. 19, 1977) 456, 499, 524 



Dog Trail, Bert, Estate of, 5 IBIA 
122 (June 8, 1976) 



Don Kelland Materials, 
133 (May 22, 1978) — 



Inc. , 35 IBLA 



319 

131, 331 



Durham, Lowell, 40 IBLA 209 
(Apr. 10, 1979) 



Dwyer, Edward T., 38 IBLA 144 
(Nov. 30, 1978) 



254, 
402, 



Eakon, Hilma, 22 IBLA 41 
(Sept. 15, 1975) 



Earth Power Corp., 29 IBLA 37 
(Feb. 16, 1977) 



Earth Power Corp. et al_. 
357 (Oct. 21, 1977) 



257, 
267 



630, 632 
415, 423 
66 



263, 264, 
269, 684 



ue, James, 25 IBLA 280 
(June 25, 1976) 



545, 620 



Easley, George E., Estate of, 

IA-T-32 (July 13, 1978) 324, 325, 326 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Eason Oil Co., Robert G. Lynn, 

24 IBLA 221 (Mar. 24, 1976) 264 



Easterday, Alfred L. , 34 IBLA 
195 (Mar. 22, 1978) 



265 
460, 477, 499, 524 



Eastern Associated Coal Corp. , 
4 IBMA 1 (Jan. 23, 1975), 
82 I.D. 22 



223, 228 



4 IBMA 184 (May 23, 1975), 

82 I.D. 250 230, 237 



4 IBMA 273 (June 26, 1975), 82 I.D. 295- 



Eklutna, Inc., Appeal of (Continued) 



1 ANCAB 305 (Mar. 15, 1977) 
84 I.D. 105 



Page (s ) 



95, 102, 105 



2 ANCAB 214 (Dec. 
84 I.D. 982 



93, 97, 116, 118 



Elko County Board of County 
Supervisors, 29 IBLA 220 
(Mar. 23, 1977) 329, 610, 644, 753 



Ellis, Edward L. & Steve R. , 
42 IBLA 66 (Aug. 8, 1979)- 



210 



4 IBMA 298 (June 27, 1975), 
82 I.D. 311 



5 IBMA 74 (Aug. 15, 1975), 

82 I.D. 392 235, 



5 IBMA 185 (Sept. 30, 1975), 
82 I.D. 506 



227, 229, 

230, 234, 235 



Eastern Associated Coal Corp. (On 
Reconsideration), 7 IBMA 14 
(Sept. 30, 1976), 83 I.D. 425 



230, 235 



Eastern Associated Coal Corp. (On 
Reconsideration En Banc ) , 7 IBMA 
133 (Dec. 20, 1976), 83 I.D. 695- 



Eastland, John W. , et_ aU , 24 IBLA 

240 (Mar. 25, 1976) 49, 53, 54, 

83, 130, 687, I 

Eckles, Kathryn J., Harley L. 

Williamson, 28 IBLA 390 (Feb. 4, 

1977) l 

Ecoffey, Lawrence, Estate of, 

5 IBIA 85 (Apr. 16, 1976) 



81, 
697 



Ellis, J. Theodore, D. E. 
Pack, 41 IBLA 231 (June 27, 

1979) 467, 475, 

491, 501, 503 



Ellis, Kevin D. , Sylvia D. , 
24 IBLA 387 (May 3, 1976)- 



6, 7, 125, 200, 

202, 614, 

618, 687, 753 



Ellison, John P., Appeal of, 

2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978) 99 



Ellsworth, Louis B. , Jr., 
33 IBLA 26 (Nov. 22, 1977)- 



Elmore, Warren D. , 42 IBLA 91 
(Aug. 13, 1979) 



Elsman, Evelyn, 35 IBLA 23 
(May 5, 1978) 



Eluska, Heldina, 21 IBLA 292 
(Aug. 11, 1975) 



Eluska, Kathry 23 IBLA 284 
(Jan. 12, 1976) 



1, 9, 42, 301, 
396, 416, 650 



21, 27, 45, 277 



71, 289, 671 



Edeline, George R., et^ al_. ; U.S. 
v., 24 IBLA 34 (Feb. 17, 1976)- 



39, 380, 

393, 661, 671 

39 IBLA 236 (Feb. 13, 1979) 367, 377, 388, 390 

Edge, Rena Marie, Estate of, 

7 IBIA 53 (Apr. 25, 1978) 30, 314, 322, 326 



Emerald Oil Co., 31 IBLA 119 

(June 24, 1977) 132, 239, 

455, 524 

Energy Partners, Edward B. 
Towne, 21 IBLA 352 

(Aug. 25, 1975) 19, 125, 128, 

260, 262, 267 



Edwards, Stanley M. , 24 IBLA 12 
(Feb. 4, 1976), 83 I.D. 33 



435, 512, 

514, 532, 734 

Edwards, Wesley Laverne y_. Unruh, 

Paul, 33 IBLA 277 (Jan. 5, 1978) 121, 252, 295 

Egnaty, Jack, Sr. , 23 IBLA 95 (Dec. 18, 1975) 69 

E & H Investments, Inc., 19 IBLA 141 

(Mar. 7, 1975) 260 

Ekker, Riter, Kerry, 38 IBLA 

277 (Dec. 13, 1978) 377, 402, 423, 740 

Eklutna, Inc., Appeal of, 1 ANCAB 

165 (Sept. 28, 1976), 83 I.D. 500 49, 106, 

116, 118 



Energy Reserve, Inc., 30 IBLA 11 
(Apr. 4, 1977) 



Energy Reserves Group, Inc., 
36 IBLA 57 (June 30, 1978) — 



Enevoldsen, H. J. , 44 IBLA 70 
(Nov. 20, 1979), 86 I.D. 643- 



Enfield, Robert N. , 36 IBLA 383 
(Aug. 31, 1978) 



English Bay Corp., Appeal of, 
1 ANCAB 35 (June 4, 1976), 
83 I.D. 454 



547, 578, 621 



-- 23, 28, 164, 

469, 493, 501, 

526, 678, 756 



444, 462, 534 



106, 114, 
117, 118 



1 ANCAB 190 (Dec. 10, 1976), 

83 I.D. 619 88, 103, 107, 

108, 109, 110, 111, 
113, 117, 134, 713 



Environment Consultants, Inc., 
Appeal of, IBCA-1192-5-78 
(June 29, 1979), 86 I.D. 349 171, 187 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Environmental Associates, Inc., Appeal 
of, IBCA-1128-10-76 (Aug. 15, 1978), 
85 I.D. 349 



Epstein, Abraham, 24 IBLA 195 

(Mar. 19, 1976) 134, 600, 605, 



Erhart, Lew, Appeal of, 

2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



Eriksson, S. E. , Appeal of, 

2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978) 99 



Ernest K. Lehmann & Assoc, 
43 IBLA 1 (Sept. 11, 1979)- 



Errebo, John P. , Jr. , 32 IBLA 
191 (Sept. 15, 1977) 



246, 349, 352 



457, 495, 524 



Eslick, Lewis M. , 24 IBLA 237 
(Mar. 24, 1976) 



124, 292, 297, 
298, 609, 749 



E S T A T E (S) OF: 



Estate of Abraham, Enoch, 5 IBIA 89 
(Apr. 22, 1976) 



Estate of Akers, John J., 3 IBIA 300 
(Mar. 26, 1975), 82 I.D. 108 



Estate of Aronow, Anna, 20 IBLA 344 
(June 11, 197 5) 



Estate of Ashley, Charles D. , 
37 IBLA 367 (Nov. 2, 1978), 
85 I.D. 403 



43, 48, 127, 

291, 439, 463, 
473, 500, 525, 638 



Estate of Baptist, Louis, 
5 IBIA 48 (Mar. 8, 1976) — 



312, 317, 325 



Estate of Bear, Annie, 

5 IBIA 149 (July 21, 1976)- 



Estate of Bitseedy, Anthony, 
5 IBIA 270 (Dec. 17, 1976) 

Estates of Black, Morgan & 

Mary Grant, In the Matter of , 
5 IBIA 219 (Oct. 28, 1976) 



Estate of Bobb, Russell Harold, 
5 IBIA 92 (May 10, 1976) 



322, 323, 324, 326 



319 

319, 321 



Estate of Bordeaux, Opie Samuel, Sr. , 

5 IBIA 24 (Feb. 10, 1976) 319, 321 

Estate of Botone, Roland Loyd 
(Mobeadlemah), 7 IBIA 177 
(Aug. 16, 1979) 219, 309 

Estate of Bowen, Arthur C. W. 
(Deceased), 18 IBLA 379 
(Jan. 30, 1975) 



39 t 344 t 369> 

393, 404, 408, 416 

Estate of Bowen, Arthur C. W. 

(Deceased) & Superior Perlite Mines, 
Inc. (Contestees), Harborlite 
Corp. (Intervenor) ; U.S. v., 

38 IBLA 390 (Jan. 8, 19797 347, 405, 407, 

410, 417, 757 



Estate of Bradshaw, F. J., 
44 IBLA 107 (Nov. 20, 1979)- 



Pageis_) 
131, 440, 526 



Estate of Brinton, John C. , 
25 IBLA 283 (June 28, 1976)- 



— 6, 10, 150, 
152, 330, 599, 
601, 681, 682 



Estate of Brouillette, Henry 
Max, 4 IBIA 48 (May 2, 1975)- 



320 



Estate of Caddo, Joseph a.k.a. James 
Joseph Caddo & Jim Butler, 7 IBIA 
286 (Nov. 28, 1979) 28, 46, 

323, 324, 325 

Estate of Choate, Fannie Newrobe, 

6 IBIA 144 (Sept. 9, 1977) 315, 318 



7 IBIA 171 (July 31, 1979)- 



309, 324, 
325, 326 



Estate of Cleveland, Dewey, 5 IBIA 72 
(Apr. 15, 1976), 83 I.D. 170 



state of Cleveland, Peter (Feather 
Earring), 6 IBIA 44 (Mar. 30, 1977) 319 



6 IBIA 118 (July 15, 1977)- 



Estate of Cluette, Hank, 
6 IBIA 47 (Apr. 1, 1977)- 



314, 322, 323, 325 



Estate of Coando, Herman, 5 IBIA 140 
(June 22, 1976), 83 I.D. 229 



Estate of Cook, Hubert Franklin, 

5 IBIA 42 (Mar. 4, 1976), 83 I.D. 75- 



323 
314 



Estate of Cook, Matthew, 7 IBIA 62 

(May 5, 1978) 312, 317, 318 



Estate of Cooper, Leonard (Raymond), 
7 IBIA 5 (Jan. 11, 1978) 



Estate of Cottonwood, Asa, 7 IBIA 
138 (Apr. 10, 1979) 



310, 314, 322 



Estate of Deloria, Oscar Bubuna, 
5 IBIA 34 (Feb. 26, 1976) 



321 



Estate of DeMarrias, Francis or Frank 
(Deceased Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux 
Allottee No. SW-381-757), 3 IBIA 
218 (Jan. 3, 1975) 320 

Estate of Dog Trail, Bert, 5 IBIA 122 

(June 8, 1976) 319 

Estate of Easley, George E., 

IA-T-32 (July 13, 1978) 324, 325, 326 

Estate of Ecoffey, Lawrence, 

5 IBIA 85 (Apr. 16, 1976) 311 



Estate of Edge, Rena Marie, 
7 IBIA 53 (Apr. 25, 1978)- 



30, 314, 322, 326 



itate of Ferron, Edith Anderson 
(Pretty Bird), 6 IBIA 41 
(Mar. 17, 1977) 



Estate of Gardafee, Temens (Timens) 
Vivian, 5 IBIA 113 (May 27, 1976), 
83 I.D. 216 307, 327 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Estate of Gei-kaun-tnah (Bert), 4 IBIA 
129 (Aug. 20, 1975), 82 I.D. 408 



Estate of Genereaux, Ella Ashbough 
Randall, 5 IBIA 248 (Nov. 10, 1976)- 



Estate of Graveen, Annie Shandreau, 
4 IBIA 226 (Nov. 21, 1975) 



309 
319 
320 



Estate of Hicks, William E. 
115 (Feb. 14, 1979) 



Estate of Holmes, Johnnie, 4 IBIA 175 
(Oct. 31, 1975), 82 I.D. 531 



314, 316, 
319 



Estate of Horsechief, Joan (Joanna), 
5 IBIA 182 (Sept. 29, 1976), 
83 I.D. 362 319, 322, 

Estate of Hudson, Alvin, 

5 IBIA 174 (Sept. 2, 1976) 



Estate of Humpy, Harold, 

5 IBIA 132 (June 18, 1976) 309, 310, 

313, 315, 317 

7 IBIA 118 (Mar. 29, 1979), 

86 I.D. 213 312 



Estate of Ignace, John, 

5 IBIA 50 (Mar. 19, 1976)- 



Estate of Ingatuah, Evans, 4 IBIA 
103 (July 29, 1975), 82 I.D. 352- 



29, 31, 
45, 47 



Estate of Ireland, Lucille Mathilda 
(Callous Leg), 6 IBIA 120 (July 21, 
1977) 31 1 



Page(s) 



Estate of Ke-i-ze or Julian Sandoval, 
4 IBIA 115 (Aug. 18, 1975), 82 I.D. 
402 



Estate of Kilkakhan, San Pierre 
(Sam E. Hill), 4 IBIA 242 
(Dec. 2, 1975) 



5 IBIA 12 (Jan. 21, 1976)- 



319 
317 



7 IBIA 240 (Oct. 23, 



1979) 219, 310, 

312, 313, 320 



Estate of Krammes, Kenneth F. , 
40 IBLA 147 (Mar. 29, 1979)- 



Estate of Lee, James J. (Deceased), 
26 IBLA 102 (July 20, 1976) 



Estate of Lockwood, Edward, Jr. , 
7 IBIA 271 (Nov. 20, 1979) 



-- 29, 31, 45, 
217, 308, 316 



Estate of McKinnon, Malcolm N. 
31 IBLA 290 (July 22, 1977)- 



130, 134, 

144, 146, 158, 
208, 239 



Estate of McMaster, Elizabeth C. 
Jensen, 5 IBIA 61 (Apr. 6, 1976), 
83 I.D. 145 



Estate of Mahkuk, John, 

3 IBIA 291 (Mar. 20, 1975)- 



318, 320 



Estate of Mahseet, Peahner 
(Mabel) (Mable), 5 IBIA 27 

(Feb. 23, 1976) 308, 309, 312, 

313, 314, 
322, 324 



Estate of Iron Shooter, Cleveland, 
7 IBIA 212 (Sept. 12, 1979) 



Estate of Jackson, Mary Chippewa, 
7 IBIA 224 (Oct. 15, 1979) 



Estate of Jackson, William (Konoa) 
6 IBIA 52 (May 4, 1977) ■ 



311, 315, 
324, 326 



309, 310, 

312, 313, 

315 



308, 

315, 321 



Estate of Marksman, David, 
5 IBIA 56 (Mar. 29, 1976)- 



319 



Estate of Marsh, Andrew Jackson, 

4 IBIA 106 (July 29, 1975) 

Estate of Martinez, Gerald, Sr. , 

5 IBIA 162 (Aug. 13, 1976), 

83 I.D. 162 



Estate of Moves Camp, Winnie, 
7 IBIA 266 (Nov. 15, 1979)- 



308, 313, 325, 326 



Estate of James, Joyce Mary, 
4 IBIA 81 (June 20, 1975)- 



Estate of Joe, Lucinda Shelton, 

5 IBIA 50 (Feb. 4, 1976) 315 



Estate of Jones, Edward Alpheus, 
5 IBIA 138 (June 18, 1976) 



Estate of Jones, Guo-La a.k.a. 

Thomas, 7 IBIA 181 (Aug. 28, 1979)- 



Estate of Juancho, Joe (Jose) 

Elvino, 7 IBIA 294 (Dec. 4, 1979)- 



309, 313, 
314, 316 



29, 315 



Estate of Juneau, Emory Dennis, 
7 IBIA 164 (June 29, 1979) 



Estate of Kamiakin, Cato T. 

(Tomeo), 4 IBIA 132 (Aug. 20, 1975)- 



- 16, 18, 
323, 326 



Estate of Nahcotaty, Ruth (Williams 
or Daukei) (Caddo Allottee No. 19), 
3 IBIA 270 (Mar. 7, 1975) 



Estate of Natalish, Vincent Victorio, 
Jr., 5 IBIA 1 (Jan. 19, 1976) 



Estate of Nokusille, Simpson, 5 IBIA 
178 (Sept. 24, 1976) 



Estate of Nopah, Everett, 4 IBIA 25 

(Apr. 18, 1975) 320 



Estate of Phillips, Ellen, 7 IBIA 
100 (Dec. 6, 1978), 85 I.D. 438- 



Estate of Philpott, Lon (Deceased), 
28 IBLA 68 (Nov. 10, 1976) 



Estate of Pierre, Daniel J., 6 IBIA 
17 (Jan. 28, 1977), 84 I.D. 68 



292, 296, 
297, 298 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(8) 



Estate of Pigeon, Rebecca (Wahbmeme) 
or Rebecca White Pigeon or Ahn 
Wahn Ke, 4 IBIA 168 (Oct. 30, 1975)- 

Estate of Pitt, Edward Lewis, 6 IBIA 
156 (Oct. 17, 1977), 84 I.D. 854 



Estate of Pomona, Mollie Kinsman 
(Deceased Unallotted Mono Indian), 
3 IBIA 232 (Jan. 31, 1975) 



Estate of Quaempts, Mitchell Robert 

(Kuneki), 6 IBIA 10 (Jan. 27, 1977) 308, 309, 

313, 317 

Estate of Quapaw, Louis Harvey, 
4 IBIA 263 (Dec. 23, 1975), 

82 I.D. 640 301, 308, 309, 310, 

313, 314, 317, 321, 322 



Estate of Racine, Henry Frank, 
7 IBIA 1 (Jan. 10, 1978) 



312, 316 



Estate of Red Breath Bear, Charles, 
6 IBIA 36 (Feb. 14, 1977), 84 I.D. 97- 



Estate of Red Eagle, Joseph, 4 IBIA 
52 (May 30, 1975), 82 I.D. 256 



311 

324, 326 



Estate of Reyes, Tenie Teanie Lena 
Jack Wagon Hill, 4 IBIA 156 
(Oct. 17, 1975), 82 I.D. 522 



317 



Estate of Robinson, Clark Joseph, 
7 IBIA 74 (July 26, 1978), 
85 I.D. 294 



Estate of Ross, Arnold, 5 IBIA 277 

(Dec. 21, 1976) 325, 

Estate of Roubedeaux, Frances Acres 
Primeaux Stabler Iron, 7 IBIA 254 
(Oct. 25, 1979) 



310, 312, 316 



Estate of Santio, Charley (Jack), 
4 IBIA 244 (Dec. 2, 1975) 



310, 320 



Estate of Saupitty, Tennyson B., 

6 IBIA 140 (Sept. 2, 197 7) 320 



Estate of Sheldon, Dorothy, 7 IBIA 
11 (Feb. 7, 1978), 85 I.D. 31 



Estate of Shemamy, Albin (Alvin) , 
7 IBIA 70 (July 3, 1978) 



315, 322, 323 
308 



Estate of Simmons, Joseph, Sr. 
7 IBIA 43 (Mar. 31, 1978) 



Estate of Soldierwolf, Mary, 
5 IBIA 146 (July 13, 1976)- 



307, 327 

319, 320, 322 



Estate of Stabler, Virginia Kemp, 
Penn, Lyon, Webster, Woodhul 1 
(Omaha Unallotted), 3 IBIA 256 
(Feb. 6, 1975) 



Estate of Stowhy, Benjamin Harrison 
(Deceased Yakima Allottee No. 2455) 
& Estate of Mary G. Guiney Harrison 
(Deceased Colville Allottee No. 
S-925), 3 IBIA 243 (Feb. 4, 1975), 
82 I.D. 55 



Estate of Throws First, 6 IBIA 28 
(Feb. 4, 1977), 84 I.D. 253 



Estate of Tieyah, Tim, 7 IBIA 234 
(Oct. 17, 1979) 



Page(s) 
314 



Estate of Tooisgah, Phillip, 4 IBIA 189 
(Nov. 13, 1975), 82 I.D. 541 



Estate of Tosee, Roger Moque, 7 IBIA 7 
(Jan. 13, 1978) 



317, 322 
318 



state of Tsalote, George, 
7 IBIA 261 (Oct. 30, 1979)- 



310, 315, 

318, 322, 325 



Estate of Tustis, Johnny Bill, 
7 IBIA 9 (Jan. 30, 1978) 



309 



Estate of Vergote, Cecelia Smith (Borger), 
Morris A. (K. ) Charles & Caroline J. 
Charles (Brendale), 5 IBIA 96 (May 21, 
1976), 83 I.D. 209 307, 327 

Estate of Wagner, John P. & The Superior 

Oil Co., 26 IBLA 119 (July 26, 1976) 504, 505 

Estate of Walking, Felix, a.k.a 

Philip Walking, 6 IBIA 153 (Oct. 12, 1977) 325 

Estate of Ward, Milward Wallace, 
4 IBIA 97 (July 18, 1975), 
82 I.D. 341 



310, 317 



Estate of Werqueyah, Wahwersee R. 
5 IBIA 169 (Aug. 24, 1976) 



Estate of White, Adeline Andrews, 
6 IBIA 94 (June 1, 1977) 



itate of White, James Andrews, a.k.a. 
James P. Andrews, 6 IBIA 79 (May 24, 
197 7), 84 I.D. 241 



Estate of White Antelope, George 
(Skunkneck), 7 IBIA 108 (Dec. 6, 
1978) 



Estate of White Bear, Terrance Wayne, 
7 IBIA 80 (July 27, 1978) 



Estate of Whiz Abbott, Hiemstennie 
(Maggie), 4 IBIA 12 (Apr. 17, 
1975), 82 I.D. 169 



314, 321, 324, 
325, 326, 327 



Estate of Williams, Alexander Joseph, 
6 IBIA 132 (Aug. 2, 1977) 



Estate of Wilson, Gladys Marie Bellmard 
(Randall, Preston, Harris), 7 IBIA 
111 (Dec. 29, 1978), 86 I.D. 1 (1979)- 



321 



Estate of Wilson, Phoebe Shanta, 
6 IBIA 75 (May 12, 1977), 84 I.D. 



Estate of Wilson, Rose Old Beai 
4 IBIA 62 (June 2, 1975) 



187 315, 316 

318, 320 



Estate of Wood, W. R.; U.S. v. 
34 IBLA 44 (Feb. 16, 1978)— 



25, 382, 668 



Estate of Wright, Benjamin A., 
23 IBLA 120 (Dec. 23, 1975)- 



Estate of Yellow Wolf, George, 

5 IBIA 70 (Apr. 13, 1976) 323 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Evans, Rube W. , et al_., 26 IBLA 15 
(July 7, 1976) 



276, 277, 

280, 656, 671 



Evans, Wayne H. , Administrative Appeal 
of v. Aberdeen Area Director 



et al., 4 IBIA 202 (Nov. 14, 1975)- 



Everette, Kelley, 41 IBLA 155 
(June 18, 197 9) 



467, 475, 

491, 501, 756 



Evergreen Engineering, Inc. , Appeal 
of, IBCA-994-5-73 (Jan. 14, 1975)- 



IBCA-994-5-73 (Sept. 2, 1975), 
82 I.D. 427 



IBCA-994-5-73 (May 17, 
85 I.D. 107 



168, 170, 172, 

175, 176, 182, 214 



Fender, Harris R. , 33 IBLA 216 
(Dec. 22, 1977) 



Page(s) 
343, 444 



Ferguson, Chester H. , et^ al_. , 

20 IBLA 224 (May 13, 1975) 598, 600, 603, 

682, 707, 709 



Ferguson, Ray W. , 22 IBLA 160 
(Sept. 30, 1975) 



" 52, 
707, 



Ferguson, Robert B. , 20 IBLA 299 
(May 27, 1975) 



23 IBLA 29 (Dec. 2, 1975)- 



Ferris, Helen E., 26 IBLA 382 
(Sept. 9, 1976) 



494 

119, 635, 643 



Ferron, Edith Anderson (Pretty Bird), 
Estate of, 6 IBIA 41 (Mar. 17, 1977)- 



Exxon Co., U.S.A., 41 IBLA 118 
(June 13, 1979) 



258, 585, 588 



Fichtner, Gary C, et^ al^. ; U.S. 
v., 24 IBLA 128 (Mar. 3, 1976)- 



380, 393, 661 



Exxon Corp. , 36 IBLA 185 

(Aug. 1, 1978), 85 I.D. 347- 



439, 540, 588 



Fiel, Marie A., et al. , 

30 IBLA 308 (June 6, 1977) 454, 537, 562, 615 



Eyak Corp., Appeal of, 1 ANCAB 132 

(Sept. 9, 1976), 83 I.D. 484 93, 106, 

108, 110 



Fillmore Ranches, 30 IBLA 

282 (June 1, 1977) 282, 283, 

284, 285, 286 



Fails, Thomas G. , et_al., 32 IBLA 
302 (Sept. 30, 1977'P 



Fairbanks, William G. , 

22 IBLA 255 (Oct. 23, 1975)— 



Fairfield, Albert R. , 34 IBLA 132 
(Mar. 8, 1978) 



Fancher Bros. , 33 IBLA 262 
(Jan. 5, 1978) 



453, 537, 
561, 615 



52, 60, 697 
— 550, 565 



25, 120, 247, 

273, 275, 280, 657 



Findlay, A. D. (Appellant), 
Vermillion Cliff Cattle Co. 
(Intervenor), 29 IBLA 262 
(Mar. 25, 1977) 



17, 208, 239, 

283, 285, 286, 620 



Finer, Albert J. , 27 IBLA 61 
(Sept. 27, 1976) 



Finnesand, Hannah, A Native Alaska 
Indian, Administrative Appeal of 
v. Comm'r of Indian Affairs, 
3 IBIA 263 (Feb. 25, 1975) 



3, 505, 560 



39, 329 



Farlow, Mable M. , 30 IBLA 320 
(June 7, 1977), 84 I.D. 276- 



138, 150, 153, 

154, 197, 211, 
590, 603, 650, 708 



Farlow, Mable M. (On Reconsid- 
eration after Hearing), 39 IBLA 
15 (Jan. 11, 1979), 86 I.D. 22-- 



36, 151, 

153, 154, 155 

Farrington, Frederick C. , 

George M. Hoffman, 36 IBLA 70 

(June 30, 1978) 48, 551, 566, 580 

Faulkner, Ralph G. , et al. , 

26 IBLA 110 (July 26, 1976) 125, 200 

Federal-American Partners, 

37 IBLA 330 (Oct. 26, 1978) 347, 401, 

422, 592, 745 

Feinberg, Milton D. , Benson J. 
Lamp, 37 IBLA 39 (Sept. 18, 
1978), 85 I.D. 380 15, 21, 

140, 462, 488 

Feinberg, Milton D. , Benson J. Lamp 
(On Reconsideration), 40 IBLA 222 
(Apr. 11, 1979), 86 I.D. 234 15, 21, 

140, 465, 490 



Fisher, Paul P. & Buel B.; U.S. 
v., 37 IBLA 80 (Sept. 22, 1978)- 



— 22, 30, 39, 

42, 46, 157, 

158, 162, 366, 

376, 387, 685 



Fitzhugh, W. A. (On Reconsidera- 
tion), 18 IBLA 323 (Jan. 6, 1975) 



Ray, 



- 541, 557 
24 IBLA 10 (Feb. 4, 1976) 448, 478 



Flanagan, Leon M. , et_ al . , 
25 IBLA 269 (June 24, 1976)- 



— 23, 207, 239, 
449, 498, 503, 620 

Fleming, A. B. , et^ al^. ; U.S. v., 

20 IBLA 83 (Apr. 24, 1975) 23, 205, 357, 

369, 379, 621, 665 

Flickinger, Thomas R. , William S., 
et_ al^. , 40 IBLA 53 (Mar. 16, 



1979)- 



Flight Systems, Inc., 19 IBLA 58 
(Feb. 25, 1975) 



- 25, 122, 439, 
465, 489, 539, 
619, 638, 657 



Flynn, Medina, 23 IBLA 288 
(Jan. 12, 1976) 



693 

71, 737 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Fogelson, Gayle D. , Appeal of, 

2 ANCAB 316 (Mar. 2, 1978) 91. 



Gabriel, George, 33 IBLA 44 
(Nov. 25, 1977) 



Fondy, Sandy, 37 IBLA 
(Sept. 18, 1978) 



85, 206, 746 



Gaiser, Alfred, 26 IBLA 313 
(Aug. 30, 1976) 



604, 693 



Foote Mineral Co. 
(Apr. 17, 1978) . 



34 IBLA 285 

85 I.D. 171 17, 42, 209, 

240, 290, 338, 340, 

401, 404, 417, 427, 596, 

673, 691, 692, 755, 757 



Four States Television, Inc. , 
32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977)- 



135, 155, 

?42, 628, 632 



Gaither, D. R. , et al. , 

32 IBLA 106 (Sept. 12, 1977)- 



Galauner, Gertrude, 37 IBLA 266 
(Oct. 19, 1978) 



31, 46, 456, 

538, 563, 612, 616 



Galetti, Gesena M. , Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



Francis, Joseph, 22 IBLA 277 

(Oct. 30, 1975) 543, 558, 577 

Frandsen, Melvin V. , Mary C. , 

43 IBLA 130 (Sept. 26, 1979) 127, 143, 

201, 202, 600 



Galetti, Walter, Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978) — 



Gallagher, Benjamin F. , Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
1 OHA 106 (Feb. 24, 1975) 727 



Frank, Charles E. , et_ a^. , Heirs 

of, 21 IBLA 248 (Aug. 11, 1975) 66, 748 



Franklin, Benjamin T. , 19 IBLA 94 
(Mar. 4, 1975) 



IBLA 291 (Dec. 14, 1978)- 



Franson, Guy W., 30 IBLA 123 
(May 12, 1977) 



Fraser, Bill W. , 30 IBLA 277 
(June 1, 1977) 



Frazier, Clyde E. , 36 IBLA 
141 (July 25, 1978) 



Frazier, Joe L. , 44 IBLA 233 
(Dec. 11, 1979) 



Frazier, William E. , Jr. , 
32 IBLA 320 (Oct. 3, 1977)- 



— 445, 511, 573 
2, 552, 580, 595 



27, 126, 238, 

454, 482, 529, 537 



273, 277, 711 



461, 473, 487, 500 



Gamble, David Loring, Darrel 
Houglum, 26 IBLA 249 (Aug. 18, 
1976) 



Gamble, Nadja Davis, 23 IBLA 128 
(Dec. 23, 1975) 



- 40, 345, 360, 

394, 399, 411, 

420, 425, 622, 

636, 671 748 



G. Antolini & Son, 37 IBLA 13 

(Sept. 8, 1978) 249, 376, 413 

Gardafee, Temens (Timens) Vivian, 
Estate of, 5 IBIA 113 (May 27, 
1976), 83 I.D. 216 307, 327 



Gardiner, Phillip M. , et al. , 

41 IBLA 391 (July 24, 1979) 243, 249, 413 



Gardner, Raymond C, et al. , 

34 IBLA 179 (Mar. 14, 1978) 401, 411, 425, 



748, 750, 751 



Freeman, Walter B. , et al., 
25 IBLA 150 (June To,~976)- 



Freese, Andrew L. II; U.S. \ 
37 IBLA 7 (Sept. 6, 1978) : 



French, Agnes M. , 28 IBLA 282 
(Dec. 27, 1976) 



345, 404, 

420, 699, 732 



- 15, 36, 366, 376, 
387, 397, 674, 685 



Friedman, James T. , 39 IBLA 229 
(Feb. 12, 1979) 



Frisco, Earl & Sandra S. Young 
(Contestees); U.S. (Contestant) 
v., 32 IBLA 248 (Sept. 21, 1977) 



- 35, 41, 212, 
214, 363, 384, 
395, 656, 663, 679 



Fuel Resources Development Co., 
43 IBLA 19 (Sept. 11, 1979)--- 



Fulgham, Donald L. , 42 IBLA 338 
(Aug. 30, 1979) 



554, 569, 582 
244, 251, 414 



Full Circle, Inc., 35 IBLA 325 
(June 19, 1978), 85 I.D. 207- 



2, 136, 156, 

253, 617, 625, 755 



Garner, Fred & Eileen; U.S. \ 
30 IBLA 42 (Apr. 18, 1977) : 



Garrett, Wendell L. , d.b.a. Garrett 
Industries, 39 IBLA 85 (Jan. 24, 
1979) 



- 34, 41, 362, 

383, 395, 409, 

420, 590, 684 



423, 746, 751 



Gassaway, Elbert; U.S. v_. , 

43 IBLA 382 (Oct. 31, 1979) 23, 32, 397, 

412, 424, 425, 
597, 639, 675, 749 

Gay, Catherine E.; U.S. v^ , 

36 IBLA 148 (July 31, 1978) 34, 42, 365, 

375, 386, 396 

Gay Coal, Inc., 7 IBMA 245 (Mar. 10, 

1977), 84 I.D. 99 222, 233 

Gayanich, John; U.S. v^. , 36 IBLA 

111 (July 14, 1978) 15, 21, 29, 30, 

137, 162, 365, 597, 634 

Gaynor, Thomas E., 21 IBLA 178 

(July 25, 1975) 587, 595 

24 IBLA 320 (Apr. 20, 1976) 133, 587, 596 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Geer, Dubois, Inc., Appeal of, 

IBCA-1212-9-78 (July 27, 1979) 646, 649, 653 



Geiger, Ronald E. , 37 IBLA 33 
(Sept. 18, 1978) 



Gei-kaun-mah (Bert), Estate of, 4 IBIA 
129 (Aug. 20, 1975), 82 I.D. 408 



Gelb, Sidney, Uniform Relocation 
Assistance Appeal of, 2 OHA 59 
(Sept. 22, 1976) 717 



Gencorelli, Bernard P. 
(Sept. 11, 1979) 



4, 433, 440, 

510, 614, 617, 618 



General Construction Corp. of America 
by Financial Indemnity Co. (Its 
Surety), Appeal of, IBCA-1 178-2-78 
(Mar. 29, 1979), 86 I.D. 206 185, 190, 657 



General Crude Oil Co., 
18 IBLA 326 (Jan. 7, 



1975) 305, 434, 

441, 445, 513 



19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975)- 



28 IBLA 214 (Dec. 10, 1976) 
83 I.D. 666 



302, 340, 531, 757 
574, 592, 698 



Gibbonsville Townsite, 30 IBLA 74 
(Apr. 18, 1977) 



Gifford, Ricky L. , 34 IBLA 160 
(Mar. 10, 1978) 



Page(s) 
645, 713 
- 21, 459 



Gillette, L. A., 33 IBLA 182 
(Dec. 21, 1977) 



Gillis, Harold, 24 IBLA 248 
(Mar. 25, 1976) 



254, 605, 
428, 635, 



Gilmore, Reed, 40 IBLA 139 
(Mar. 29, 1979) 



465, 535, 613 



Gilmore, W. H. , 41 IBLA 25 
(May 29, 1979) 



Gladwell, Robert, 26 IBLA 270 
(Aug. 24, 1976) 

Glaspey, Frank L. , Jr. , Adminis- 
trative Appeal of , 7 IBIA 92 
(Aug. 17, 1978) 



466, 474, 490, 495 



689, 690 



329 



Goad, Charles M. , 25 IBLA 
130 (June 7, 1976) 



137, 238, 



Gold Mountain Logging Co. , 
34 IBLA 326 (Apr. 25, 1978)- 



518, 520 
714, 716 



Genereaux, Ella Ashbough Randall, 
Estate of, 5 IBIA 248 (Nov. 10, 
1976) 



Geo, Inc. , 34 IBLA 27 (Feb. 
1978) 



George, Samuel C. , 35 IBLA 19 
(May 5, 1978) 



39 IBLA 399 (Mar. 2, 1979)- 



319 



342, 441, 511 



299, 300 
299, 300 



Gold Placers, Inc.; U.S. y^. , 

25 IBLA 368 (July 6, 1976) 359, 372, 381, 666 



Golden, A. G. , 21 IBLA 76 

(June 25, 1975) 514, 



22 IBLA 261 (Oct. 24, 197 5) 215, 



Good Roads District No. 1, 
25 IBLA 123 (June 7, 1976)- 



531, 734 
478, 558 



125, 331, 
602, 687 



Geosearch, Inc., 39 IBLA 49 
(Jan. 16, 1979) 



40 IBLA 267 (Apr. 18, 1979)- 

40 IBLA 397 (May 14, 1979)— 

40 IBLA 401 (May 14, 1979)— 

41 IBLA 291 (June 28, 1979)- 



Gerard, C. H. Coster, 41 IBLA 74 
(May 31, 1979) 



Gergurich, John J., Darrell G. 
Seal, Thomas J. Sweeney, 
25 IBLA 266 (June 24, 1976)- 



489, 501, 

503, 507, 756 

489, 501, 756 

490, 503 

501, 756 

490, 504 



466, 491 



Gooden, Angeline, 23 IBLA 192 
(Jan. 6, 1976) 



Goodstein, Fred, 32 IBLA 25 
(Aug. 31, 1977) 



Gordon, Dorothy, Heirs of, 
22 IBLA 213 (Oct. 15, 1975)- 



453, 537, 561, 615 



30, 67, 611, 683 



Gordon, Hartley L. & James A. Lint, 
27 IBLA 315 (Oct. 29, 1976) 



32 IBLA 139 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

Gosuk, Jack, 22 IBLA 392 (Nov. 24, 1975)- 



451, 480 
451, 480 
68 



Grace, Corrine, 30 IBLA 296 



(June 1, 1977)- 



24, 338, 521, 540, 584 



Germano, Frank J. 
(Feb. 6, 1975)- 



18 IBLA 390 



Getty Oil Co., 27 IBLA 269 
(Oct. 26, 1976) 



Ghelarducci, Fred S. , 41 IBLA 
277 (June 28, 1979) 



12, 259, 263, 437 



16, 18, 210, 

241, 433, 440, 
510, 614, 617, 618 

Giancarlo, James F. , 37 IBLA 88 

(Sept. 22, 1978) 243, 249, 413 



Graham, W. J. B. & William S. , 
Administrative Appeal of v_. 
Area Director, B.I. A., Billings, 
& All Other Interested Parties, 
4 IBIA 205 (Nov. 19, 1975), 
82 I.D. 568— 



Granat, Ray, et al . 
(June 7, 1976) — 



25 IBLA 115 



Grantham, David Martin, Uniform Relo- 
cation Assistance Appeal of, 1 OHA 
130 (July 2, 1975) 



304, 305 
449, 479 



722 



Graveen, Annie Shandreau, Estate of, 
4 IBIA 226 (Nov. 21, 1975) 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page ( s ) 



320 



Gryder, Johnnie B. , 38 IBLA 
146 (Dec. 5, 1978) 



Pag. 
463, 488, 500, 



(s) 
756 



Graybill Terminals Co., 33 IBLA 243 
(Jan. 5, 1978) 



Great Basins Petroleum Co. , 
24 IBLA 117 (Mar. 1, 1976)- 



36 IBLA 42 (June 30, 1978)- 



540, 559, 578 
579 



Great Eastern Enterprises Corp. , 
Appeal of, IBCA-1 113-7-76 
(July 15, 1977) 



Greater Alaska Development Corp. 
23 IBLA 179 (Jan. 5, 1976) 



169, 171, 177 
- 80, 83, 125 



Greene, Kirk, 24 IBLA 113 

(Mar. 1, 1976) 38, 261 

24 IBLA 262 (Mar. 29, 1976) 204, 259, 264, 

265, 268 

Gregg, David W. , 32 IBLA 293 

(Sept. 28, 1977) 548 

Gregory, Hurley, 43 IBLA 82 

(Sept. 19, 1979) 468, 475 



Gregory Lumber Co., Inc., Appeals of, 
IBCA-1237-12-78, IBCA-1238-12-78, 
IBCA-1239-12-78, IBCA-1240-12-78 
(Sept. 28, 1979), 86 I.D. 520 



181, 189, 653 



Gregory Lumber Co., Inc. (On Recon- 
sideration), Appeals of, IBCA- 
1237-12-78, IBCA-1238-12-78, 
IBCA-1239-12-78, IBCA-1240-12-78 
(Nov. 23, 1979), 86 I.D. 654 653, 655 

Gretchen Capital, Ltd., 29 IBLA 247 

(Mar. 25, 1977) 578 



37 IBLA 392 (Nov. 8, 1978)- 



-2, 552, 580, 
594, 757 



Grewell, Lavonne E. 
(Jan. 6, 1976) 



23 IBLA 190 



Griffith, Kathleen, 28 IBLA 295 

(Dec. 29, 1976) 481 

Grigg, Golden, e£ aj^. ; U.S. v., 
19 IBLA 379 (Apr. 7, 1975), 
82 I.D. 123 5, 199, 201, 755 

Griggs, Brooks, 44 IBLA 185 

(Nov. 30, 1979) 469, 475, 496 



Grynberg, Celeste C, Dean G. 

Smernoff, 44 IBLA 197 (Nov. 30, 1979)- 



G.T.S. Co., Inc., IBCA-1077-9-75 
(Sept. 15, 1978), 85 I.D. 373- 



493 
187 



Guerra, Ishmael, 26 IBLA 116 
(July 26, 1976) 



450, 479, 515, 523 



Guild, Clark J., et al. 
U.S. v. , 34 IBLA 387 
(May 3, 1978) 



34, 41, 
383, 



362, 
395 



Guleke, James S. , 
(Feb. 8, 1978)- 



Gulf Oil Corp., 32 IBLA 13 
(Aug. 29, 1977) 



44 IBLA 292 (De< 



Gulf Oil Corp. et al 
(June 16, 1975) 



130, 


134, 144, 
146, 158 


26, 1979) 124, 508 


, 583, 623 


.. , 21 IBLA 1 





16, 239, 571 



Gullo, Thomas V. & Joseph L. Randazzo, 

29 IBLA 126 (Feb. 23, 1977) 453, 



Haakanson, Hermai 
(Dec. 4, 1975)- 



- 50, 58, 
81, 299, 



Hackett, W. Ted, 39 IBLA 28 
(Jan. 11, 1979) 



670 
377, 402, 405, 687 



Hadlock, Alton & VaLois , 32 IBLA 
372 (Oct. 31, 1977) 



Hagg, Frederick A., et^ al_. ; U.S. 
29 IBLA 128 (Feb. 23, 1977) 



Haight, James C. , 44 IBLA 240 
(Dec. 11, 1979) 



378, 406, 
424, 754 



Hajek, Charles F. & Frederick L. 
Smith, 29 IBLA 330 (Mar. 31, 
1977) 

Haley, W. E., 25 IBLA 311 

(June 29, 1976) 



416, 
758 



511 

574 



Hall, Belton E., 33 IBLA 349 
(Jan. 18, 1978) 



208, 240, 
433 



248, 
, 434 



Grindstone Butte Project, 24 IBLA 

49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 627, 631 



Grohoski, James E. & Mary E., 
43 IBLA 94 (Sept. 19, 1979)- 



Groth, Erna M. , 37 IBLA 224 
(Oct. 16, 1978) 



440, 521, 539 
580 



ill, Harold T. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 2 OHA 102 (Nov. 22, 
1976) 



Hallauer, Wilbur G. , 36 IBLA 
144 (July 26, 1978) 



376, 401, 

422, 664, 739 



405, 
745 



Grudosky, Richard (Mr. & Mrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 2 OHA 210 (Sept. 18, 
1978) 



Hallenbeck, C. V., et^ al_. ; U.S. 
v., 21 IBLA 296 (Aug. 11, 1975)- 



33, 

357, 
391, 393 



353, 
379, 
661 



Grummon, Richard R. (Mr.), Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeals of, 
2 OHA 113 (Apr. 29, 1977) 



Halles, Lona (Mrs.), Uniform Relo- 
cation Assistance Appeal of, 2 OHA 
156 (Oct. 17, 1977) 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Halliday, Suzanne A., 34 IBLA 

219 (Mar. 27, 1978) 25, 120, 129, 

132, 252, 606, 657 

Halvorson-Lents (A Joint Venture), 
Appeal of, IBCA-1059-2-75 

(Mar. 3, 1977) 169, 172, 176, 

179, 181, 183, 640 



Harper, Robert C. , 24 IBLA 
(Feb. 23, 1976) 



Page(s) 



139, 257, 259, 
267, 683 



Harris Bros.; Bureau of Land 
Management v^. , 42 IBLA 48 

(July 31, 1979) 16, 282, 288, 

686, 715, 716 



IBCA-1059-2-75 (May 9, 1977)- 



654 



Hammett, Maynard (Mr. & Mrs.), 

Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of, 2 OHA 164 (Nov. 23, 1977) 



Hancock, Burton, 40 IBLA 1 
(Mar. 6, 1979) 



576, 581, 585 



Hancock, Burton W. 
(June 17, 1977)- 



Hanlon, Christina Laverne, et_ al . 
23 IBLA 36 (Dec. 2, 1975) 



Hanlon, Sam, Sr. , 42 IBLA 

161 (Aug. 17, 1979) 44, 



Hanna Mining Co. , 20 IBLA 149 
(May 5, 1975) 



Hansen Bros., 42 IBLA 40 
(July 31, 1979) 



Hansen, David L. , John B. Hurdl< 
John F. & Inez R. Cramer, 
32 IBLA 272 (Sept. 27, 1977)- 



468, 568, 575 



206, 457, 484 



Hansen, Dean, Administrative Appeal 
of v. Area Director, Aberdeen Area 
Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 
5 IBIA 250 (Nov. 16, 1976), 
83 I.D. 561 307, 656 



Hansen, Harold, Administrative Appeal 
of y_. Area Director, Aberdeen Area 
Office, et al . , 5 IBIA 4 (Jan. 20, 
1976) 



Hanson, Ben; U.S. 
(Aug. 27, 1976)- 



26 IBLA 300 



304 

382, 395, 672 



Hanson, Ole (Mr.), Uniform Relo- 
cation Assistance Appeal of, 
2 OHA 106 (Nov. 29, 1976) 725 

Hanthorn, Amy H. , 27 IBLA 369 

(Nov. 4, 1976) 437, 451, 481 

Harden, James L. , 35 IBLA 128 

(May 22, 1978) 461 



Harder, Emmett C; U.S. v., 
42 IBLA 206 (Aug. 22, 1979)- 



Hardy, Alice M. , 44 IBLA 5 
(Nov. 6, 1979) 



35, 332, 365, 386 



469> 4 76j 493> 

501, 597, 659 

Harlan No. 4 Coal Co., 4 IBMA 241 

(June 6, 1975), 82 I.D. 284 222 

Harling, Leslie & William; U.S. 

v., 32 IBLA 29 (Aug. 31, 1977) 30, 34, 41, 

362, 383, 
395, 673 

Harpel Petroleum Corp. , 36 IBLA 39 

(June 27, 1978) 551 



Harris, Etta D. , 29 IBLA 259 
(Mar. 25, 1977) 



Harris, Jack C. , Jill L. ; U.S. 
38 IBLA 137 (Nov. 29, 1978)- 



36, 366, 376, 
388, 407, 418 



Harris, Joan L. & Jonathan T. 

Ames, 37 IBLA 96 (Sept. 25, 1978)- 



Harris, M. K. , Heirs of, 

42 IBLA 44 (July 31, 1979)- 



Harry Claterbos Co. (JV), Appeal 
of, IBCA-1153-5-77 (Dec. 6, 
1977), 84 I.D. 969 



Hart, William J., Lucile E., 
30 IBLA 138 (May 12, 1977)- 



44, 397, 

402, 423, 674 



641, 645, 648, 
652, 659, 679 



126, 200, 201 



Hartford Accident & Indemnity 
Co., Appeal of, IBCA-1139-1-77 
(June 23, 1977), 84 I.D. 296 



Hartley, Esdras K. , 23 IBLA 
102 (Dec. 23, 1975) 



35 IBLA 137 (May 22, 1978)- 
44 IBLA 66 (Nov. 20, 1979)- 



169, 179, 
645, 652 



512, 514, 532, 734 
343, 444 



4, 344, 

444, 469, 535 



Hartman, Faith C, 44 IBLA 310 

(Dec. 31, 1979) 245, 252, 415 



Harvey, M. J. , Jr. , 19 IBLA 
230 (Mar. 25, 1975) 



541, 577, 639, 758 



Hat Ranch, 
(Nov. 4, 



Inc., 27 IBLA 340 
1976), 83 I.D. 542- 



14, 281, 

285, 429, 759 



Hatch, Dell K. & Amoco Production 
Co., 33 IBLA 138 (Dec. 19, 1977) 



34 IBLA 274 (Apr. 11, 



204, 438, 575 
1978) 517 



Hatfield, Billy F., et^ al_. v. 
Southern Ohio Coal Co. , 4 IBMA 
259 (June 25, 1975), 82 I.D. 289- 



Hawkes, Eugene J. & Barbara E., 
Uniform Relocation & Assistance 
Appeal of, 2 OHA 28 (July 7, 1976)- 



Hawkeswood, James, et al . ; U.S. 

v., 41 IBLA 245 (June 27, 1979) 163, 367, 669 



Hawthorn Oil Co., 37 IBLA 91 

(Sept. 22, 1978) 340, 518, 534 



Haynes, Asa E., Wanda L. Russell, 
D-78-8 (Aug. 21, 1978) 



Hays, Alice, 36 IBLA 313 
(Aug. 23, 1978) 



9, 340, 497, 534, 625 



Hays, Brad J. , 31 IBLA 374 
(Aug. 5, 1977) 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



456, 538, 563 



Hennagan, Reese, Estate, 

36 IBLA 399 (Sept. 5, 1978)- 



Page(s) 
256, 278 



H. B. Cahoon Investment Co. , 
John Oakason, 27 IBLA 210 
(Oct. 6, 1976) 



Headwaters, 33 IBLA 91 
(Dec. 16, 1977) 



Healy, Robert L. 
(May 12, 1978)- 



504, 529, 560 



140, 429, 587, 657 



428, 575, 733 



Hensel Phelps Construction Co. 
Appeal of, IBCA-1010-11-73 
(May 8, 1975), 82 I.D. 199— 



Hensler, Daniel, In the Matter of , 
5 IBMA 115 (Sept. 12, 1975), 
82 I.D. 434 



165, 168, 174, 
178, 182, 185, 
191, 193, 195 



Heaney, Michael E. 
(Aug. 18, 1975)- 



21 IBLA 339 



19, 129, 131, 
200, 635 



Hearn, R. 0. , 22 IBLA 226 

(Oct. 15, 1975) 448, 476, 497 



Hedell, Arnold E. , 37 IBLA 22 
(Sept. 12, 1978) 



243, 604, 626, 
630, 694 



Heden, Gerald D. , et al. ; U.S. 

v., 19 IBLA 326 TApr. 7, 1975) 353, 369, 379 



Hee-Yea-Lingde Corp., Appeal of, 
1 ANCAB 13 (Dec. 29, 1975) 



Heggie, Dolores M. , 28 IBLA 272 
(Dec. 20, 1976) 



Heinz, Frederick E. , 20 IBLA 
174 (May 7, 1975) 



Heirs of Alakayak, Macauley, 
23 IBLA 170 (Dec. 29, 1975)- 



Heirs of Bethel, Carrie, 

29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977)- 



60, 114, 116 



546, 561 
83 



70 



270, 298, 
299, 592 



Heringer, Charles J., 

21 IBLA 254 (Aug. 11, 1975)- 



Herr, John S., 40 IBLA 158 
(Mar. 30, 1979) 



260, 263, 
266, 269 



352 



Herrera, Fernando v_. Bureau of 
Land Management, 38 IBLA 262 

(Dec. 8, 1978) 25, 43, 48, 157, 

158, 216, 220, 
271, 288, 715, 716 

Hesselgesser, Don, 39 IBLA 75 

(Jan. 24, 1979) 347, 352 



Hester, 
(Feb. 



W. E., Jr. 
12, 1975)- 



18 IBLA 420 



541 



Heymann, Lisa, 37 IBLA 170 
(Oct. 10, 1978) 



Hibernia Silver Mines, Inc., 
20 IBLA 12 (Apr. 14, 1975)- 



lickey, Thomas D. , 
(Feb. 22, 1978)- 



463, 473 
350, 643 



27, 201, 202 



Hickman, Rupert, et ux. , 

36 IBLA 353 (Aug. 28, 1978)- 



Heirs of Frank, Charles E., et al. , 
21 IBLA 248 (Aug. 11, 1975) 



Hicks, William E., Estate of, 
7 IBIA 115 (Feb. 14, 1979)- 



Heirs of Gordon, Dorothy, 

22 IBLA 213 (Oct. 15, 1975)— 



30, 67, 611, 683 



Heirs of Harris, M. K. , 42 IBLA 

44 (July 31, 1979) 44, 397, 402, 

423, 674 



Heirs of Wassillie, Madrona, 
23 IBLA 131 (Dec. 23, 1975)- 



Helander, A. , 25 IBLA 54 
(May 18, 1976) 



Helena Silver Mines, Inc., 
30 IBLA 262 (May 31, 1977)- 



09 



544, 559 
548 



Higgins, Lillie Belle, 38 IBLA 

254 (Dec. 8, 1978) 2, 567, 

580, 594, 758 

High Crest Oils, Inc. 

(Now Tricentrol United States, 
Inc., Through Change of Name), 
29 IBLA 97 (Feb. 23, 1977) 584 



High ley, Wayne E.; U.S. y_. , 
30 IBLA 21 (Apr. 7, 1977)- 



Hiko Bell Mining & Oil Co., Inc. 
24 IBLA 255 (Mar. 29, 1976) — 



332, 361, 

373, 407, 642 



Henderson, A. N. 
(Apr. 4, 1977)- 



Henderson, Neva H. , 31 IBLA 217 
(July 6, 1977) 



Hendrey, William 
(Dec. 5, 1977)- 



335, 443, 

605, 695, 713 



204, 438, 
574, 684 



259, 261, 264 



Hill, Barbara Jean, U.S. v., 
33 IBLA 395 (Jan. 30, 1978)- 



Hill, Francis L. , 32 IBLA 202 
(Sept. 16, 1977) 



453, 537, 561, 615 



Hill, Ronald C. & Mary A., 

38 IBLA 315 (Dec. 19, 1978) 553, 580 

Hillberry, Phil J., 24 IBLA 

283 (Mar. 31, 1976) 283, 284, 

614, 635, 648 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Hinds, John Paul, Ruth M. , 
18 IBLA 385 (Jan. 31, 1975)- 



425, 690 



Hinds, J. P., et aK , 25 IBLA 67 

(June 1, 1976T, 83 I.D. 275 331, 345, 

394, 398, 419, 649, 
671, 679, 737, 749, 750 



Hines, Lutcher D. , Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of, 2 OHA 12 (June 3, 1976) — 



724 



Hiniker, Ernest F., 43 IBLA 153 
(Sept. 28, 1979) 



Hinkle, Charles E., Chevron, U.S.A., 
Inc., 40 IBLA 250 (Apr. 16, 1979)- 

Hinkle, Iolyn J. & Ruth J., Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
2 OHA 206 (Sept. 6, 1978) 



123, 639 
510, 515 

718, 722 



Hirsch, Neil, Robertus C. Boon, 

35 IBLA 125 (May 22, 1978) 460 

H. M. Byars Construction Co. , 
& Nevada Paving, Inc. (Joint 
Venture), Appeal of, 
IBCA-1098-2-76 (June 7, 1977), 
84 I.D. 260 



179, 193 



Hobgood, Melvin R., 

30 IBLA 163 (May 18, 1977) 454, 537, 562, 615 



Hobson, Davis, 23 IBLA 159 
(Dec. 23, 1975) 



Hodge, Allan D. , 22 IBLA 150 
(Sept. 30, 1975) 



Hodges, Leland A. (Trustee), 
23 IBLA 142 (Dec. 23, 1975)- 



- 70 


748 


- 83 


742 


►48, 
573 


514, 
635 



Hoefle, R. C. , 41 IBLA 174 

(June 22, 1979) 517, 535 



Hoefle, Richard C. 
(Mar. 16, 1976)- 



24 IBLA 181 



204, 259, 

264, 265, 268 



Holan, Ralph E. , 18 IBLA 432 

(Feb. 14, 1975) 274, 



Holder, R. Wade, et al. , 

35 IBLA 169 (May 22, 1978)- 



242, 248, 413 



Holland Livestock Ranch et al . ; 
Bureau of Land Management v^. , 
39 IBLA 272 (Feb. 15, 1979), 

86 I.D. 133 36, 38, 43, 48, 

209, 213, 216, 220, 241, 
282, 286, 288, 664, 716 



Holloway, Tilden, Roland Wright 
43 IBLA 134 (Sept. 28, 1979)- 



Holmes, Johnnie, Estate of, 
4 IBIA 175 (Oct. 31, 1975), 
82 I.D. 531 



)lt, John D. , 36 IBLA 257 
(Aug. 15, 1978) 



240, 377, 

402, 423, 747 



314, 316, 319 
551 



Holz, Victor, 42 IBLA 284 
(Aug. 27, 1979) 



Homestake Oil & Gas Co., 

40 IBLA 262 (Apr. 16, 1979)- 



Page(s) 
557, 583 



Hook, Daisy E., et al. , 

21 IBLA 147 (July 16, 1975) 518, 519 

Hopi Indian Tribe, Administrative 
Appeal of , v. Comm'r, Bureau of 
Indian Affairs, 4 IBIA 134 
(Sept. 26, 1975), 82 I.D. 452 328 



Horsechief, Joan (Joanna), Estate 
of, 5 IBIA 182 (Sept. 29, 1976), 
83 I.D. 362 



Horstmeier, Edna; U.S. y_. , 
42 IBLA 33 (July 26, 1979)- 



Hose, Margaret C, 19 IBLA 307 
(Apr. 7, 1975) 



319, 322, 324 
163, 367, 669 
541, 557 



Hosick, Robert H. , Uniform Relocation 
Assistance Appeal of, 3 OHA 127 
(Aug. 23, 1979) 



719 



House, Charles, Leonard Skinner (Mrs.), 

33 IBLA 308 (Jan. 10, 1978) 208, 409 



42 IBLA 364 (Sept. 11, 1979)- 



355, 377, 403, 

406, 409, 427, 

428, 440, 687 



Houston, John E., Uniform Relo- 
cation Assistance Appeal of, 



1 OHA 157 (Aug. 8, 1975)- 



717, 722, 724 



Houston Oil & Minerals Corp., 
Leland A. Hodges ( Trustee), 
22 IBLA 172 (Sept. 30, 1975)- 



Howe, Albert A., 26 IBLA 386 
(Sept. 15, 1976) 



448, 514, 
573, 635 



56, 126, 132, 
298, 688, 743 



Howell, Vernon C. , 30 IBLA 70 
(Apr. 18, 1977) 



342, 443, 

453, 477, 527 



H. R. Delasco, Inc. 
39 IBLA 194 (Feb. 



, et_ al. , 
2, 1979)- 



15, 22, 28, 

47, 122, 140, 198, 

473, 488, 599, 617, 

619, 679, 686, 693 



Huber, John H. , Frances L. , 
22 IBLA 216 (Oct. 15, 1975)- 



Huckins, Conrad S. , et al. , 
18 IBLA 357 (Jan. 22, 1975)- 



55, 59, 124 



Hudson, Alvin, Estate of, 
5 IBIA 174 (Sept. 2, 1976)- 



313 



Hudson, Melvin C. 
(Feb. 1, 1977)- 



28 IBLA 359 



Hudspeth, John, 21 IBLA 91 

(June 27, 1975) 285, 759 



Huger, Killian L. , Jr., 

39 IBLA 332 (Feb. 27, 1979)- 



Hughes, C. C. , 27 IBLA 38 
(Sept. 22, 1976) 



464, 474, 489 



574 



554, 568, 582 



33 IBLA 237 (Dec. 28, 1977) 470, 476, 513 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s ) 



Hughes, David E. , 27 IBLA 46 
(Sept. 23, 1976) 



14, 204, 336, 
692, 735, 737 



Hughes & New Oil Co., Inc., et al. 
22 IBLA 305 (Nov. 4, 1975) 



Hughes, Robert D. , 22 IBLA 121 
(Sept. 26, 1975) 



502 

635, 750 



Hugus, Margaret Hughey, 

22 IBLA 146 (Sept. 30, 1975)- 



13, 16, 239, 

341, 441, 447, 526 



Hulsman, Lorinda L. 
(Sept. 27, 1977)- 



32 IBLA 280 



1, Earl, 44 IBLA 110 
(Nov. 27, 1979) 



298, 299 
152, 154 



Humpy, Harold, Estate of, 

5 IBIA 132 (June 18, 1976) — 



309, 310, 

313, 315, 317 



7 IBIA 118 (Mar. 29, 1979), 86 I.D. 213- 



Hunnicutt, Jary J., et al . , 

30 IBLA 86 (Apr. 27, 1977) 453, 537, 562, 615 



Hunsucker, Auburn C, 

34 IBLA 316 (Apr. 24, 1978)- 



Hunt, Caroline L. , 26 IBLA 178 
(Aug. 9, 1976) 



503, 550, 565, 621 



263, 267, 269 



26 IBLA 218 (Aug. 17, 1976)- 



43 IBLA 314 (Oct. 22, 1979)- 



259, 260, 261, 
269, 636, 644 



3, 270, 595 



Hunt, Emily B. , 23 IBLA 205 

(Jan. 6, 1976) 70 



Hunt, George J. & A. M. Goodwin; U.S. 
v., 29 IBLA 86 (Feb. 23, 1977) 



34, 361, 

382, 395, 662 



Hunt, John Stuart, Sherman M. 
31 IBLA 304 (July 22, 1977) ^ 
84 I.D. 421 



- 150, 622, 637, 
648, 695, 710 



s(s) 



Hydrothermal Energy & Minerals, 
Inc., 18 IBLA 393 (Feb. 7, 1975) : 
82 I.D. 60 



19 IBLA 136 (Mar. 6, 1975)- 



11, 


139, 


257, 


263 ; 


, 266 : 


, 268 


11, 


139, 


257, 


263 : 


, 266 ; 


, 268 



Hyexikok, Lucy, 23 IBLA 145 
(Dec. 23, 1975) 



Idaho Dept. of Water Resources, 
21 IBLA 210 (July 31, 1975) — 



24 IBLA 314 (Apr. 20, 1976)- 

25 IBLA 27 (May 5, 1976) 



5, 7, 

6, 7, 



— 6, 7, 
737, 749 



27 IBLA 303 (Oct. 26, 1976) 6, 8, 



(Sept. 2, 1977)- 



Idaho Power Co. , 20 IBLA 125 
(Apr. 28, 1975) 



696, 752 
617, 753 



618, 697, 
752, 753 



>18, 697, 
750, 753 



618, 697, 
, 750, 753 



Idler, L. t 
(Feb. 11, 



, 24 IBLA 28 
1976) 



19, 144 
515 



Idler, L. A. (Supp.), 28 IBLA 8 
(Nov. 5, 1976) 



Ignace, John, Estate of, 5 IBIA 50 
(Mar. 19, 1976) 



515 
312 



Impel Energy Corp., 42 IBLA 105 

(Aug. 16, 1979) 4, 

431, 444, 535. 

Imperial, County of, 40 IBLA 257 

(Apr. 16, 1979) 



306, 344, 
701, 711 



1, 3, 12 



Inexco Oil Co., 20 IBLA 134 
(May 5, 1975) 



Ingatuah, Evans, Estate of, 4 IBIA 
103 (July 29, 1975), 82 I.D. 352- 



19, 

542 ; 



518, 519, 
576, 611 



29, 31, 
45, 47 



Hunt, Lamar, 27 IBLA 397 
(Nov. 5, 1976) 



Hunt, Nelson B. , 27 IBLA 365 
(Nov. 4, 1976) 



Hunt, Stanley Ray, 19 IBLA 259 

(Mar. 31, 1975) 55, 62, 124 



Hunter, Albert S. , e£ al_. ; U.S. 

v., 22 IBLA 28 (Sept. 10, 1975) 30, 159, 358 



Husky Oil Co. of Delaware, 
26 IBLA 194 (Aug. 11, 1976)- 



436, 532, 536 



Huston, Dwight H. & Verna K. , 

21 IBLA 24 (June 16, 1975) 217, 289, 

419, 426, 434 

Hut tune n, Reino 0. , Appeal of, 

2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978) 99 



H & W Oil Co., Inc. 
(Nov. 10, 1975) — 



22 IBLA 313 



Inland Steel Co.; United Mine Workers 
of America v., 6 IBMA 71 (Mar. 17, 
1976), 83 I.D. 87 



42 IBLA 222 



Integrity Oil & Gas Co. 
(Aug. 22, 1979) 



Inter*Helo, Inc., Appeal of, IBCA- 
713-5-68 (Ct. CI. No. 54-74) 
(Dec. 1, 1975), 82 I.D. 591 

Intermountain Exploration Co. , 

32 IBLA 170 (Sept. 13, 1977) 



522, 585 



177, 211 



508, 514, 640 



35 IBLA 15 (May 



In the Matter of Affinity Mining 
Co. (Petitioner) y_. Mining 
Enforcement and Safety Adminis- 
tration (Respondent), United 
Mine Workers America (Respondent). 
5 IBMA 36 (July 31, 1975), 
82 I.D. 362 



146 

147, 258 



In the Matter of Affinity Mining Co. 
(Petitioner) v. MESA, UMWA (Respon- 
dents) (On Reconsideration), 6 IBMA 
100 (Mar. 31, 1976), 83 I.D. 108 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Iversen Construction Co. (a.k.a. 
Iconco), Appeal of, IBCA-981-1-73 
(Dec. 30, 1975), 82 I.D. 646 



Page(s ) 



169, 183, 

640, 661, 679 



In the Matter of Alabama By-Products 
Corp. (Maxine Mine), 5 IBMA 100 
(Aug. 25, 1975), 82 I.D. 409 



In the Matter of Estates of Black, 
Morgan & Mary Grant, 5 IBIA 219 
(Oct. 28, 1976) 



319 



IBCA-981-1-73 (Apr. 19, 1976), 

83 I.D. 179 169, 183, 

192, 654 



Iverson, C. J., 21 IBLA 312 
(Aug. 14, 1975), 82 I.D. 386- 



239, 507, 

542, 577, 683 



In the Matter of Hensler, Daniel, 
5 IBMA 115 (Sept. 12, 1975), 
82 I.D. 434 



In the Matter of Kennecott Copper Corp. 
(Bingham Mine), 6 IBMA 288 (Sept. 15, 
1976), 83 I.D. 329 



In the Matter of Old Ben Coal Co. (No. 
24 Mine), 5 IBMA 211 (Oct. 20, 1975), 
82 I.D. 525 



6 IBMA 138 (May 6, 1976), 83 I.D. 207- 

In the Matter of Old Ben Coal Corp. 
(No. 24 Mine), 4 IBMA 104 (Apr. 10, 
1975), 82 I.D. 160 



Ireland, Lucille Mathilda (Callous Leg), 
Estate of, 6 IBIA 120 (July 21, 1977)- 

Ireland, Michael H. (Sergeant & Mrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of, 1 OHA 256 (Dec. 3, 1975) 



Iron Shooter, Cleveland, Estate 
of, 7 IBIA 212 (Sept. 12, 1979)- 



Isaac, Martha, 22 IBLA 224 
(Oct. 15, 1975) 



Isaac, Roselyn, 23 IBLA 124 
(Dec. 23, 1975) 



222 
223 



311, 315, 
324, 326 



Jackson, Basille, 21 IBLA 54 
(June 18, 1975) 



65, 592, 593 



Jackson, George D. 
(May 16, 1975) — 



20 IBLA 253 



19> 134) 

238, 689, 690 

Jackson, Mary Chippewa, Estate 

of, 7 IBIA 224 (Oct. 15, 1979) 309, 310, 

312, 313, 315 

Jackson, Paul N. , Administrative 
Appeal of v_. Area Director, 
Anadarko, et_ al_. , 4 IBIA 39 
(Apr. 29, 1975), 82 I.D. 191 306 



Jackson, William (Konoa), Estate 

of, 6 IBIA 52 (May 4, 1977) 308, 315, 321 



Jackson, Zona R. , 27 IBLA 217 
(Oct. 6, 1976) 



Jacquot, Edith, 27 IBLA 231 (Oct. 
1976) 



Jakobiak, Arthur, 
(June 8, 1976)- 



25 IBLA 147 



505, 560 
- 72, 129 
545 



J. A. LaPorte, Inc., Appeal of, 
IBCA-1014-12-73 (Sept. 29, 1975) 
82 I.D. 459 



168, 171, 173, 

174, 176, 177, 
178, 182, 186, 

195, 196, 651, 661 



Isbell, George H. , Jr., 

20 IBLA 312 (May 30, 1975)- 



341, 441, 446, 526 



Island Creek Coal Co. , 35 IBLA 247 
(May 30, 1978), 85 I.D. 161 



133, 137, 144, 

145, 148, 240, 

338, 685 



5 IBMA 276 (Dec. 3, 1975), 82 I.D. 598— 

6 IBMA 240 (June 30, 1976), 83 I.D. 264- 
1 IBSMA 285 (Nov. 9, 1979), 86 I.D. 623- 

21, 1979), 



224 
233 
704 



1 IBSMA 316 (De 
86 I.D. 724 



Island Creek Coal Co. & Virginia 
Pocahontas Co. , 7 IBMA 1 
(Sept. 30, 1976), 83 I.D. 
419 



Itmann Coal Co., 4 IBMA 61 (Mar. 18, 

1975), 82 I.D. 96 226, 236 



6 IBMA 121 (Apr. 15, 1976), 

83 I.D. 175 231 



IBCA-1146-3-77 (July 6, 1978), 

85 I.D. 242 172, 173, 186 



IBCA-1146-3-77 (Feb. 14, 
86 I.D. 125 



187, 655, 660 



Jalbert, George, et al. , 

39 IBLA 205 (Feb. 2, 1979)- 



James, Agnes, 44 IBLA 133 
(Nov. 27, 1979) 



243, 430, 657, 
678, 712 



James, Joyce Mary, Estate of, 

4 IBIA 81 (June 29, 1975) 308 



Jankoski, Eugene H. & Allieene A., 

43 IBLA 323 (Oct. 29, 1979) 555, 569 



Jansen, Casey C, et al. , 

30 IBLA 134 (May 12, 1977) 454, 537, 562, 615 



Janson, Donald E. & Nancy P. (On 
Reconsideration), 19 IBLA 154 
(Mar. 14, 1975), 82 I.D. 93 



23 IBLA 374 (Feb. 4, 1976)- 



241, 271, 

272, 276, 278 



241, 272, 278 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Jarrett, Richard B. & Shirley A. , 

19 IBLA 78 (Feb. 27, 1975) 344, 398, 

419, 682, 689 

Jaycox, Myrtle, 22 IBLA 324 

(Nov. 10, 1975) 68 



JB&C Co., Appeals of, IBCA-1020-2-74 
& IBCA-1033-4-74 (Sept. 28, 1977), 
84 I.D. 495 



166, 170, 

173, 177, 186 



IBCA-1020-2-74 & IBCA-1033-4-74 
(Feb. 22, 1978), 85 I.D. 67 



J. C. Hester Co., Inc., Appeal of, 
IBCA-1114-7-76 (Jan. 14, 1977) — 



194, 640, 
647, 662 



Jenkins, Page T. , 33 IBLA 135 

(Dec. 19, 1977) 269, 270, 549, 579 



Jenkins, Paul M. , 39 IBLA 141 
(Jan. 29, 1979) 



12 7 t 143 f 

201, 202, 600 

Jenks, Daniel Ashley, 36 IBLA 268 

(Aug. 17, 1978) 552 

Jennings, Bobby Wayne & Helen, 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 1 OHA 78 
(Jan. 7, 1975) 719 



Jennings, S. R. , Uniform Relocation 
Assistance Appeal of, 1 OHA 218 
(Sept. 19, 1975) 



Jensen, Elbert 0., 39 IBLA 62 
(Jan. 17, 1979) 



717, 722 



46, 249, 
255, 613 



Jicarilla Apache Indian Tribe, 
29 IBLA 57 (Feb. 16, 1977) — 



•155, 203, 204, 
253, 428, 758 



Jim, Jessie & Georgia, 22 IBLA 54 
(Sept. 17, 1975) 



Jimenez, Feliciano Y. , Margarita R. , 

30 IBLA 82 (Apr. 27, 1977) 426, 714 

J. J. White, Inc., Appeal of, 

IBCA-1131-11-76 (Aug. 25, 1977) 173 

Joe, Lucinda Shelton, Estate of, 

5 IBIA 50 (Feb. 4, 1976) 315 



Joe eke 1, Barbara A. , 
30 IBLA 376 (June 10, 



455, 537, 563, 616 



Joeckel, Raymond N. , 

29 IBLA 170 (Mar. 14, 1977) 453, 537, 561, 



Joeckel, Raymond N. , et al. , 

30 IBLA 32 (Apr. 11, 1977) 453, 537, 561, 615 



Johansen, Daniel, 23 IBLA 292 
(Jan. 12, 1976) 



John, Charles L. , 42 IBLA 260 
(Aug. 27, 1979) 



■ 45, 76, 164, 
300, 669, 749 



Johnson, Beatrice Ann; U.S. v. 
33 IBLA 121 (Dec. 19, 1977T- 



- 35, 41, 364, 
385, 396, 672 



Page(s) 



Johnson, Bert L.; U.S. v., 
23 IBLA 349 (Jan. 21, 1976)- 



16, 207, 239, 

344, 358, 370, 
380, 622, 665, 728 



Johnson, Calvin C. , 
35 IBLA 306 (June 2, 



1978) 286, 287, 714 



Johnson, Daniel; Alaska, State 
of v. , 42 IBLA 370 (Sept. 11, 
1979), 86 I.D. 441 



62, 63, 76, 

123, 164, 669, 677 



Johnson, Elmer M. , 
(Apr. 25, 1975)- 



20 IBLA 111 



19, 271, 272, 278 



Johnson, Glenn H. (On Reconsider- 
ation), 44 IBLA 247 (Dec. 19, 1979)- 

Johnson, James S., Uniform Relocation 
Assistance Appeal of, 3 OHA 131 
(Aug. 29, 1979) 



146, 



Johnson, Leroy S., et a]..; U.S. 
39 IBLA 337 (Feb. 28, 1979)— 



Jones, Edward Alpheus, Estate of, 
5 IBIA 138 (June 18, 1976) 



- 28, 39, 138, 
333, 388, 405, 
623, 638, 708 



Jones, Guo-La a.k.a. Thomas, Estate 
of, 7 IBIA 181 (Aug. 28, 1979) 



Jones, Paula J., 24 IBLA 76 
(Feb. 24, 1976) 



309, 313, 
314, 316 



205, 339, 429, 
448, 478, 735 



Jones, Robert H. , James E. , 
25 IBLA 93 (June 2, 1976)- 



275, 279 



Jones, Robert P. (Contractor) 
Appeal of, IBCA-1002-8-73 
(May 6, 1975) 168, 189 

IBCA-1002-8-73 (Aug. 6, 1975) 651, 654, 658 



Jones , Vern K. , et^ al_. , 

26 pLA 165 (Aug. 4, 1976)- 



204, 436, 450, 
512, 515, 574 



Jones, Vern K. , et^ al_. , Esdras K. 

Hartley, 33 IBLA 74 (Dec. 6, 1977) 458, 516, 

562, 575, 615 



Jones, Virginia L. , 34 IBLA 188 
(Mar. 21, 1978) 



459, 472, 

485, 499, 756 



Jones-O'Brien, Inc., 1 SEC. 13 
(Apr. 21, 1978), 85 I.D. 89- 



576, 579 



Jordan, Donald E. , 35 IBLA 290 

(June 2, 1978) 27, 32, 121, 218, 

291, 461, 486, 
525, 566, 619 

Jordan, Donald E. (Supp.), 

41 IBLA 60 (May 31, 1979) 568 

Joseph, Herman, 21 IBLA 199 

(July 30, 1975) 65, 748 



Joseph, Herman (On Reconsideration), 

22 IBLA 266 (Oct. 30, 1975) 19, 30, 

67, 611, 683 



Jovick, Paul M., 19 IBLA 283 
(Apr. 7, 1975) 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



83, 205, 207 



Kelly, Migley, Unknown Heirs of, 
41 IBLA 387 (July 24, 1979) — 



Page(s) 
137, 598, 646 



Joyce, James V., 42 IBLA 383 
(Sept. 11, 1979) 



246, 349, 352, 695 



Jozhe, Benedict & Ft. Sill 

Apaches, Administrative Appeal 
of_ y_. Comm'r of Indian Affairs, 
3 IBIA 266 (Feb. 25, 1975) 



J. R. Oil Corp. , 36 IBLA 81 
(July 12, 1978) 



Kemmerer Coal Co. 
(July 30, 1976)- 



26 IBLA 127 



:nai Peninsula Borough, Appeal 
of, 3 ANCAB 258 (May 18, 1979)- 



257, 337, 

605, 606, 684 



Kennecott Copper Corp. (Bingham 
Mine), In the Matter of , 6 IBMA 
288 (Sept. 15, 1976), 83 I.D. 329 



Juancho, Joe (Jose) Elvino, Estate 
of, 7 IBIA 294 (Dec. 4, 1979) 



Jumper, Don, 24 IBLA 218 
(Mar. 24, 1976) 



Junction Oil Co., Inc., 

21 IBLA 78 (June 25, 1975) 134, 600, 689, 690 

28 IBLA 183 (Dec. 6, 1976) 135, 690 



Kennedy, W. Duane, 24 IBLA 152 
(Mar. 10, 1976) 



Kenney Refrigeration, Appeal 
of, IBCA-1230-12-78 (Sept. 28, 
1979), 86 I.D. 503 



Kentland-Elkhorn Coal Corp. , 4 IBMA 
166 (May 14, 1975), 82 I.D. 234 



137, 478, 

536, 559, 597 



165, 181, 190 



June Oil & Gas, Inc.; Cook Oil 
& Gas, Inc. , 41 IBLA 394 
(July 24, 1979), 86 I.D. 374 492, 496 



Juneau, Emory Dennis, Estate 
of, 7 IBIA 164 (June 29, 1979)- 



- 16, 18, 
323, 326 



Kentland-Elkhorn Coal Corp. , Eastern 
Coal Corp., 4 IBMA 130 (Apr. 30, 
1975), 82 I.D. 195 231 

Kepuk, Natalia, 23 IBLA 99 (Dec. 18, 1975) 69 

Kern, Violet, 33 IBLA 150 (Dec. 19, 1977) 484 



Justheim Petroleum Co., 18 IBLA 

423 (Feb. 13, 1975) 434, 445, 494 



Justis, Hollis E. , 21 IBLA 63 

(June 25, 1975) 54, 



Kaiser, Raymond F. , 27 IBLA 373 
(Nov. 4, 1976) r 



648, 659 
452, 481 



Kerr, S. Duff, 36 IBLA 199 
(Aug. 3, 1978) 



36 IBLA 302 (Aug. 21, 1978)- 



Kerr-McGee Corp., 22 IBLA 124 
(Sept. 26, 1975) 



461, 487 

462, 487 



1, 305, 

306, 540, 571 



Kamiakin, Cato T. (Tomeo), Estate 
of, 4 IBIA 132 (Aug. 20, 1975)— 



309 



jrr-McGee Nuclear Corp. et al . 
41 IBLA 197 (June 22, 1979)^- 



409, 419, 613 



Kanawha Coal Co. , 5 IBMA 299 
(Dec. 12, 1975), 82 I.D. 605- 



7 IBMA 158 (Dec. 21, 1976), 

83 I.D. 704 223, 233 

Karow, Earl A. & Carol J. , Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
1 OHA 259 (Jan. 7, 1976) 724 

Karst-Robbins Coal Co., Inc., 6 IBMA 

78 (Mar. 22, 1976), 83 I.D. 88 222, 225 



Kaser Brothers, 24 IBLA 265 
(Mar. 29, 1976) 



32, 214, 272, 639 



Kay, Pamela W., Henry H. Greer, 
Gregory Montgomery, Franklin J. 
Sands, 40 IBLA 240 (Apr. 16, 1979) — 



465, 490 



Keane, John G. , 37 IBLA 364 

(Nov. 2, 1978) 209, 240, 460, 485 



Ke-i-ze or Julian Sandoval, 
Estate of, 4 IBIA 115 (Aug. 
1975), 82 I.D. 402 



318, 320 



Keizman, Miriam (Harper), 

41 IBLA 166 (June 18, 1979)- 



Kellerblock, Paul, 38 IBLA 160 

(Dec. 5, 1978) 221, 246 



467, 475, 491 

598 



Kerr-McGee Nuclear Corp. et_ al_. 
(On Reconsideration), 43 IBLA 
348 (Oct. 29, 1979) 



Ketchikan Indian Corp. , Appeal 
of, 2 ANCAB 169 (Nov. 8, 1977)- 

Ketscher, John D. , Alfred L. 
DeCicco, 32 IBLA 235 
(Sept. 21, 1977) 



Kiggins, Evelyn M. , et^ al_. ; U.S. 
v., 24 IBLA 187 (Mar. 18, 1976)- 



39 IBLA 88 (Jan. 26, 1979)- 



409, 419, 614 
86, 117 



27, 38, 53, 

55, 57, 84, 739 



358, 394 



377, 388, 
407, 409 



Kilkakhan, San Pierre (Sam E. Hill), 
Estate of, 4 IBIA 242 (Dec. 2, 1975)- 



5 IBIA 12 (Jan. 21, 1976)- 
7 IBIA 240 (Oct. 23, 1979)- 



Kimball, Thomas B. v^. , Selby, 
William Henry, 20 IBLA 23 
(Apr. 16, 1975) 



319 
317 



219, 310, 

312, 313, 320 



- 55, 294, 295, 296 



Kincaid, Hazel E., 25 IBLA 257 
(June 23, 1976) 



LXXIII 



King, Charles J. , 40 IBLA 276 
(Apr. 18, 1979) 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



465, 477, 525 



Knox-Arizona Corp.; 
44 IBLA 297 (Dec. 



U.S. v., 

31, 1979) 



Page(s ) 
213, 369, 390 



King, David L. , et al. ; U.S.A. 

v., 34 IBLA 15"TFeb. 10, 1978) 364, 385, 396, 

405, 410, 668 

Kingdon, Richard H. & Edith F.; U.S. 
v., 36 IBLA 11 (June 27, 1978) 



Kinsley Ranch Resort, Inc., 
al. ; U.S. v . , 20 IBLA 14 
TXpr. 16, 1975) 



29, 42, 

291, 386, 673 



210, 214, 356, 
379, 390, 407 



Kirk, Edward W. & Beatrice Anne; 
Ralph & Ramona F. Hevener 
20 IBLA 156 (May 5, 1975) 



425, 689 



Kirkland, David, 19 IBLA 305 

(Apr. 7, 1975) 542 



Kirkland, Kenneth D. , 18 IBLA 349 
(Jan. 14, 1975) 



Kirkpatrick Oil Co. , 32 IBLA 329 
(Oct. 11, 197 7) 



497 
508 



Kirkwood, Viola J., 32 IBLA 
199 (Sept. 16, 1977 



Kirkwood, William C, 31 IBLA 
178 (July 5, 1977) 



457, 538, 563, 616 
453, 537, 561, 615 



Kirschling, Helen S., Adminis- 
trative Appeal of ; Bureau of 
Indian Affairs, v. , 7 IBIA 36 
(Mar. 17, 1978) 



138, 139, 303 



Kittick, Artie, Lena Mae Matoomealook, 
20 IBLA 241 (May 15, 1975) 



Klatt, Margaret L. , Allan D. , 

23 IBLA 59 (Dec. 11, 1975) 49, 60, 63, 

297, 687, 697 



Knutsen, John C. , 23 IBLA 296 
(Jan. 12, 1976) 



Kobbeman, Clyde K. , 43 IBLA 370 
(Oct. 29, 1979) 



- 71, 671 
434, 569 



Kobbs, Edward & Josephine, Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 

1 OHA 229 (Nov. 13, 1975) 717, 720, 

721, 724 

Koch, Warren, 25 IBLA 61 

(May 28, 1976) 544 



Kodiak-Aleutian Chapter, Alaska 
Conservation Society, Appeal of, 
1 ANCAB 317 (Apr. 8, 1977) 



1 ANCAB 322 (Apr. 8, 1977) 

2 ANCAB 183 (Dec. 19, 1977)— 

2 ANCAB 187 (Dec. 19, 1977)— 

2 ANCAB 191 (Dec. 19, 1977)— 

2 ANCAB 195 (Dec. 19, 1977) — 

2 ANCAB 199 (Dec. 19, 1977)— 

2 ANCAB 203 (Dec. 19, 1977)— 

2 ANCAB 207 (Dec. 19, 1977)— 

2 ANCAB 363 (Mar. 31, 1978)- 

Kodiak, City of and In the 
Matter of Port Lions Native 
Corp., Appeal of, 3 ANCAB 85 
(Sept. 14, 1978) 



88, 100 

88, 100 

86, 117 

86, 117 

86, 117 

86, 117 

86, 117 

86, 117 

86, 117 

96, 99, 117 



Kodiak Island Borough, Appeal of, 

3 ANCAB 65 (July 11, 1978) 92, 96, 108 



Klawock, City of y_. Andrew, P. H. , 
et^ al_. ; City of Klawock _v. State of 
Alaska, Dept. of Highways, 24 IBLA 
85 (Feb. 25, 1976), 83 I.D. 47 



82, 614, 
656, 713 



Klimas, Joe, Appeal of, 1 ANCAB 26 
(Apr. 28, 1976), 83 I.D. 452 



Klug, William A. , 43 IBLA 255 

(Oct. 10, 1979) 554, 569, 



Knecht, Russ; U.S. v., 

39 IBLA 8 (Jan. 8, 1979)- 



33, 366, 397 



Knife River Coal Mining Co. 
29 IBLA 26 (Feb. 8, 1977)- 



43 IBLA 104 (Sept. 24, 
86 I.D. 472 



149 
149 



Knight, Audrine G. , 36 IBLA 53 
(June 30, 1978) 



Knight, Rod, 30 IBLA 224 
(May 26, 1977) 



11, 602 

239, 420, 738 



Knoll, Milton, 38 IBLA 319 
(Dec. 19, 1978) 



3, 439, 464, 568, 595 



3 ANCAB 74 (Aug. 10, 1978)- 
3 ANCAB 108 (Dec. 18, 1978)- 



- 89, 101 
101, 116 



Kodiak Island Borough & the City of 
Kodiak, Appeal of, 2 ANCAB 123 
(July 25, 197 7) 



Kodiak Island Setnetters 
Ass'n, Appeal of, 3 ANCAB 
1 (June 12, 1978), 
85 I.D. 200 



Koegel, Jack, 30 IBLA 143 
(May 12, 1977) 



Kohlman, Paul C. , 32 IBLA 240 
(Sept. 21, 1977) 



Konukpeok, Nora E., 23 IBLA 
(Dec. 16, 1975) 



Koppen, E. M. , 36 IBLA 379 
(Aug. 31, 1978) 



Kordosky, James E. & Robert A. 
Weiss, 43 IBLA 63 (Sept. 18, 
1979) 



92, 96, 108, 112 



125, 130, 

478, 536, 559 



457, 538, 563, 616 



216, 218, 249, 413 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Kotzebue, City of, 26 IBLA 264 
(Aug. 20, 1976), 83 I.D. 313- 



Koutchak, Jack, 21 IBLA 71 
(June 25, 1975) 



120, 199, 

636, 684, 741 



Koyukuk, Paul, 22 IBLA 247 
(Oct. 22, 1975) 



65 

67 



Kenneth F. , Estate of, 
40 IBLA 147 (Mar. 29, 1979)- 



Kreig, Raymond A., Appeal of, 3 ANCAB 
168 (Mar. 9, 1979), 86 I.D. 189 



553, 581 
103, 113 



Krize, Terry E. & J. Burglin, Appeal 
of, 2 ANCAB 126 (Aug. 4, 1977) 



89, 93, 
98, 102 



2 ANCAB 247 (Dec. 28, 1977), 
84 I.D. 1007 



89, 91, 94, 95, 98, 
100, 102, 111, 538 



Krumhansl, James A., 19 IBLA 
56 (Feb. 21, 1975) 



435, 445, 511, 573 



Kuhn, Roger, 43 IBLA 182 
(Sept. 28, 1979) 



Kuhn, Theodore R. 
(Nov. 29, 1978)- 



28, 123, 220, 251, 349 

38 IBLA 135 



Kunkel, Robert P., 41 IBLA 77 
(May 31, 1979) 



Kurkowski, Joseph T. , 24 IBLA 58 
(Feb. 23, 1976) 



157, 241, 
272, 699 



Kurowski, Edward W. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 3 OHA 19 (Dec. 12, 
1978) 



Lagnion, William (Contractor), 
Appeal of, IBCA-1083-10-75 
(Jan. 5, 1977) 



165, 173, 

180, 186, 640 



Laktonen, Nicholas J. , Sr. , Appeal 
of, 1 ANCAB 7 (Oct. 6, 1975) 



Lamb, Ernest C. y_. Stoffel, 
Richard R., 36 IBLA 201 
(Aug. 3, 1978) 



29, 58, 162, 

295, 619, 637, 676 



Landis, Paul, 32 IBLA 374 
(Oct 31. 1977) 



Landry, Lawrence A., 40 IBLA 212 
(Apr. 10, 1979) 



537, 
250, 



Page(s ) 



31, 458, 
564, 615 



Lane, Arthur G. , Jr. 
(Dec. 14, 1978) — 



38 IBLA 297 



243, 252, 
689, 690 



Lane, Marcia P. , 33 IBLA 
(Dec. 5, 1977) 



Langley, W. J. , 32 IBLA 118 
(Sept. 12, 1977) 



34 IBLA 213 (Mar. 27, 1978) 

30 IBLA 



458, 484 

218, 444, 457, 527 
485, 539 



La Ro Lumber Co. , Inc 
202 (May 20, 1977)- 



Larsen, Joseph & Ferris; U.S. v., 

36 IBLA 130 (July 25, 1978) 17, 

209, 240, 

Lasrich, Beverley, 22 IBLA 202 

(Oct. 15, 1975) 511, 



Laubaugh, Fredres E. , 24 IBLA 306 

(Apr. 5, 1976) 

Lauch, Signa, et al_. ; U.S. y^ , 

24 IBLA 354 TApr. 26, 1976) 



35, 


206, 


365, 


386 


573, 


683 





■ 544 


381, 


394 



Laughlin, Donald J., d.b.a. 
Riverside Resort & Casino, 
25 IBLA 41 (May 12, 1976) 

Laughlin, Donald J. (d.b.a River- 
side Resort & Casino) (On 
Reconsideration), 26 IBLA 154 
(Aug. 2, 1976) 



-- 603, 693 



Lawton, Willis L. , 36 IBLA 178 
(July 31, 1978) 



Leach, Stanley S., Roxanna M. 
35 IBLA 53 (May 9, 1978) 



-- 212, 461, 567 



Leary, Robert C. , et al. 
296 (Oct. 26, 1976) — 



205, 253, 
, 630, 632 



451, 471, 
480, 759 



LeBaron, Alma, Jr., 25 IBLA 164 
(June 14, 1976) 



Lambeth, Gaylord, et al_. ; U.S. 

v., 37 IBLA 107 TSept. 29, 1978) 387 



LeBaron, Alma D. , Jr. , 32 IBLA 

299 (Sept. 29, 1977) 48, 331, 



Lamoureux, Rene P. 
(May 16, 1975) — 



20 IBLA 243 
19> 4 8 t 51> 

79, 206, 735 
Lamoureux, Rene P., d.b.a 
Frenchy Lamoureux, 39 IBLA 
36 (Jan. 15, 1979) 49, 53, 

133, 206, 207, 
602, 604, 740 



Landis, Bessie B. , 31 IBLA 195 

(July 6, 1977) 

Landis, Ervin P. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 3 OHA 89 (July 5, 1979)- 



- 483 



Lebfrom, John M. , 43 IBLA 67 
(Sept. 19, 1979) 



Lebsack, Milton J. 
(Mar. 30, 1977)- 



29 IBLA 316 



Leckie Smokeless Coal Co. , 5 IBMA 12 
(July 29, 1975), 82 I.D. 353 



5 IBMA 65 (Aug. 
82 I.D. 375 



1975), 



468, 517, 576 



Lee, James J. (Deceased), Estate 
of, 26 IBLA 102 (July 20, 1976)- 



453, 537, 
561, 615 



150 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Lee, James W. , Appeal of, 

3 ANCAB 334 (Aug. 31, 1979)- 

Lee, Richard E. & Phyllis, 
22 IBLA 284 (Oct. 30, 1975)- 



93, 95, 96, 103 
-- 643, 656, 658 



Leeco, Inc. (Appellant), Tennessee 
Valley Authority (Respondent), 
23 IBLA 194 (Jan. 6, 1976) 342, 343 



Leininger, Wesley, 28 IBLA 93 
(Nov. 15, 1976) 



275, 278, 280 



Lennox, Dorothea C. (Ms.), Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
2 OHA 18 (June 14, 1976) 



Leonard, George P. (Mr.), Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
2 OHA 135 (June 22, 197 7) 



Les, 24 IBLA 308 (Apr. 14, 1976)- 



Lester, Sally, et «a . , 31 IBLA 43 

(June 21, 19771 399, 

Lester, Sally, et^ al^. (On 

Reconsideration), 35 IBLA 61 

(May 10, 1978) 



717 

700, 711 

420, 743 



- 63, 87, 
422, 745 



Levi, Lloyd W. , 19 IBLA 201 
(Mar. 19, 1975) 



Levycky, John P., 30 IBLA 127 
(May 12, 1977) 



445, 530, 535, 539 
454 482 



Lewis, Bill L. & Stanley M. Elliott, 
37 IBLA 230 (Oct. 16, 1978) 



498 



Lewis, Richard P., 40 IBLA 100 
(Mar. 27, 1979) 



127, 465, 496 



Lewis, Ruth Pinto, Administrative 
Appeal of y_. Superintendent of 
the Eastern Navajo Agency, 4 IBIA 
147 (Oct. 3, 1975), 82 I.D. 521 



Line, Carl A. , 40 IBLA 63 
(Mar. 16, 1979) 



Page(s) 
82, 85, 127, 131, 133 



Lines, Farrell L. (Trustee) 
& Winston Trust, 40 IBLA 91 
(Mar. 27, 1979) 



490 



Lipphardt, Lucille, 24 IBLA 81 

(Feb. 25, 1976) 543, 620 



Lisco, Barbara C, 26 IBLA 340 
(Sept. 7, 1976) 



Little, Donald H., 37 IBLA 1 
(Sept. 6, 1978) 



— 164, 505, 529 



243, 249, 

413, 433, 612 



Littlefield, Henry Sam, Jr., 
7 IBIA 128 (Mar. 30, 1979), 
86 I.D. 217 105, 116 

Livingston Silver, Inc.; U.S. \f. , 

43 IBLA 84 (Sept. 19, 1979) 419 



L & M Coal Corp.; Parks, Jack W. 
v., 7 IBMA 172 (Dec. 23, 1976), 
83 I.D. 710 



L. M. Johnson, Inc., Appeal of, 
IBCA-1268-5-79 (Sept. 28, 1979) ; 
86 I.D. 508 



Lockwood, Edward, Jr. , Estate of, 
7 IBIA 271 (Nov. 20, 1979) 



-- 29, 31, 45, 
217, 308, 316 



Loeffler, Lee E. , 33 IBLA 18 
(Nov. 22, 1977) 



191, 509 



Lofquist, Opal H. , 28 IBLA 111 
(Nov. 15, 1976) 



Loftus, Lawrence T. , et^ al_. , 
44 IBLA 243 (Dec. 13, 1979)- 



690 

494, 498 



Lomax, Gladys, 29 IBLA 146 

(Mar. 4, 1977) 150 



Lewis, Timothy G. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 3 OHA 79 (June 27, 



1979) 711 



Libby, Cliff; U.S. v., 24 IBLA 39 
(Feb. 19, 1976) 



Liberty, Townsite of, 40 IBLA 317 
(Apr. 30, 1979) 



Lim, Jose V. , 44 IBLA 96 
(Nov. 20, 1979) 



Lind, Knute P. , 21 IBLA 
(June 27, 1975) 



Lindgren, Roy, 43 IBLA 139 
(Sept. 28, 1979) 



Lindgren, Sarah F. , Emery V. 
Showalter, 23 IBLA 174 
(Dec. 31, 1975) 



Lindvay, L. E. , Sr. , et al. , 
23 IBLA 218 (Jan. 8, 1976)- 



159, 344, 
358, 665 



244, 253, 713 
-- 3, 570, 595 



19, 49, 52, 

54, 79, 206, 736 



433, 569 



70, 649, 742 
526 



Lombardo, Marie, 37 IBLA 247 
(Oct. 18, 1978) 



151, 152 



Lone Star Industries, Inc., Appeal 
of, 3 ANCAB 321 (Aug. 17, 1979)- 



Lone Star Producing Co. , 28 IBLA 

132 (Nov. 19, 1976) 432, 437, 

546, 560, 633 

Lone Star Steel Co. , 7 IBMA 257 

(Mar. 15, 1977), 84 I.D. 103 222, 230 



Long Beach Salt Co.; U.S. v., 

23 IBLA 41 (Dec. 2, 1975) 333, 337, 379, 

393, 398, 427 

Long, Howard D. , Dolores M. 
Killion; U.S. v., 43 IBLA 150 
(Sept. 28, 1979) 123, 137, 397, 675 



Long, Iola D. , 32 IBLA 333 
(Oct. 18, 1977) 



549 



Lopez, Virgil, et^al., 21 IBLA 

33 (June 17, 1975T 137, 138, 159, 215, 

599, 639, 670, 694, 
707, 709, 710, 711 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Lorenz, Ralph 0., 24 IBLA 1 
(Feb. 4, 1976) 



274, 278 



Lost Polack Mining Ass'n; U.S. 
v. , 38 IBLA 101 (Nov. 20, 1978)- 

Lough, Sandra L. , Damon M. 

Blackburn, 25 IBLA 96 (June 3, 
1976) 



387, 397, 674 



4, 55, 

80, 84, 128, 
137, 701, 711, 737 



Lovatt, Richard, 27 IBLA 306 
(Oct. 27, 1976) 



28 IBLA 244 (Dec. 10, 1976)- 



479 
598 



Love , J . B . , Administrative Appeal 
of y_. Area Director, Aberdeen 
Area Office, et al_., 4 IBIA 74 
(June 6, 1975) 



Lower Valley Power & Light, Inc 
29 IBLA 107 (Feb. 23, 1977) 



Lowey, Frederick W. , et al. , 
40 IBLA 381 (May 14, 1979) 



Lujan, Frank, 30 IBLA 95 
(Apr. 29, 1977) 



40 IBLA 184 (Apr. 5, 1979) 



Luke, Louise, 22 IBLA 388 
(Nov. 24, 1975) 



r) 


624, 733, 

738, 744 


i 


206, 210, 241, 

466, 477, 501 


599, 


640, 672, 684, 709 


1 _ 


710 



Page(s) 



McComas, Joe, Administrative 

Appeal of , 5 IBIA 125 (June 11, 



1976), 83 I.D. 227 239, 328, 329 

354, 355, 403 



McCormick, Melvin; U.S. v. , 
27 IBLA 65 (Sept. 29, 1976) 



McCormick, Stanley P., 23 IBLA 
304 (Jan. 16, 1976) 



71, 661, 
670, 742 



McCree, Edna M. & Harry R. , 
33 IBLA 235 (Dec. 28, 1977)- 

McDonald, George T. , Cascade 
Ranches, Inc., 35 IBLA 75 
(May 12, 1978) 



242, 273, 280 



McDonald, Scott (Mr. &Mrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 3 OHA 39 (Feb. 1, 
1979) 



McDowell, Sam E., Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



McElwaine, Robert B.; U.S. > 
26 IBLA 20 (July 7, 1976)- 



20, 359, 394, 408 



McGann, John H., 35 IBLA 32 
(May 8, 1978) 



McGinn, Boyd, £t al_. , 25 IBLA 
188 (June 14, 1976) 



60, 68 



McGlinchey, Dermot S., 38 IBLA 

211 (Dec. 6, 1978) 208, 240 



460, 473 
418, 424 
433, 612 



Lundberg, Carl A. , Uniform 

Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
1 OHA 226 (Oct. 14, 1975) 



Lutz, Steven & Mary J. 
386 (Feb. 28, 1979)- 



39 IBLA 



717 

510, 515 



Lynn, Robert G. , 19 IBLA 167 

(Mar. 17, 1975) 260 



28 IBLA 310 (Jan. 14, 1977) 

(Listed in this order: Mc, Mac, 



266, 268 
481, 495, 536 



McHenry , Edward T . , et al_. 
U.S. v . , 43 IBLA 122 
(Sept. 26, 1979) 



Mclntyre, Carmel J., Appeal of, 
4 ANCAB 24 (Nov. 30, 1979), 
86 I.D. 663 97, 98, 



McKenzie, Howard S.; U.S. \j. , 
20 IBLA 38 (Apr. 17, 1975)- 



- 29, 
215, 



33, 348, 
389, 685 



32, 210, 

357, 393, 

660, 670 



McAndrew, Nelda E. 
(Mar. 22, 1976)- 



24 IBLA 205 



McCarthy, Geraldine M. , 

37 IBLA 323 (Oct. 25, 1978)- 



19, 129, 

131, 200, 635 



463, 488, 619 



McCarty, Floyd W. , 28 IBLA 246 



(Dec. 20, 1976) — 



404, 420, 743, 750 



McClellan, Jack L. , Marton Majoros, 
34 IBLA 53 (Feb. 16, 1978) 



459, 485, 

508, 565, 699 



McClurg, Gwendolyn, et^ al_. ; U.S. 
v., 31 IBLA 8 (June 15, 1977)- 



• 14, 34, 345, 
362, 373, 383 



McCollum, Paul E. , Sr. , Appeal of, 
IBCA-1080-10-75 (Feb. 24, 1976), 
83 I.D. 43 



-- 180, 181, 
184, 191 



IBCA-1 123-8-76 (Nov. 22, 1978) 167, 170, 174, 

177, 185, 187 



29 IBLA 270 (Mar. 28, 1977) 

23 IBLA 



McKinnon, Malcolm N. 
1 (Nov. 25, 1975)- 



McKinnon, Malcolm N. , Estate 

of, 31 IBLA 290 (July 22, 1977)- 



McLean, Delmer, et^al., 40 IBLA 

34 (Mar. 15, 1979T r 31, 

347, 

600, 

746 

McMaater, Elizabeth C. Jensen, 
Estate of, 5 IBIA 61 (Apr. 6, 
1976), 83 I.D. 145 



215, 361, 
382, 662 



27, 143, 
333, 680 



130, 134, 

146, 158, 

208, 239 



47, 291, 
402, 423, 
610, 619, 

753, 754 



McNoise, Ann, David Lee Opheim, 
Martha Anderson, 20 IBLA 169 
(May 7, 1975) 



McQueen, Jennifer Rae, A Minor, By 
Hazel McQueen, As Next Friend 
Administrative Appeal of v. 
Confederated Salish & Kootenai 
Tribes, Flathead Reservation, 
Montana, 4 IBIA 65 (June 3, 
1975), 82 l.D. 261 



McSweyn, Leonard R., 28 IBLA 100 
(Nov. 15, 1976), 83 l.D. 556 — 



McSweyn, Leonard R. , 

David A. Provinse, 26 IBLA 
376 (Sept. 9, 1976) 



MacGuire, John W. , 35 IBLA 117 
(May 15, 1978) 



Maclver, Charles J., et^ al_. ; U.S. 
v., 20 IBLA 352 (June 11, 1975)- 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



431, 533, 

679, 680, 695 



450, 515, 532 



33, 357, 

379, 393, 660 



Page(s) 



Mangum, David F. & Donald D. 
DeGuerre; U.S. v., 35 IBLA 
131 (May 22, 1978) 



120, 644, 658 



Manhattan Resources, Inc. , 
22 IBLA 24 (Sept. 9, 1975)- 



34 IBLA 346 (Apr. 26, 



1978) 290, 579, 

584, 586 



Mansfield, Margaret; U.S. v., 

35 IBLA 95 (May 15, 19787 354, 392 

Manyeto, Rexmull F. & Doris 0., 

25 IBLA 218 (June 16, 1976) 479 



Marathon Oil Co., Chevron Oil 
Co. , 19 IBLA 1 (Feb. 20, 1975)- 



556, 583 



Marathon Oil Co., Union Oil Co. 
of California, 43 IBLA 309 
(Oct. 22, 1979) 124, 569, 646 



Macauley, Edward L. , Martha D. 
35 IBLA 202 (May 24, 1978)— 



Macdowell, Jack L. , 34 IBLA 
202 (Mar. 22, 1978) 



Macey, James G. , 26 IBLA 191 
(Aug. 10, 1976) 



Mach, Stu, 43 IBLA 306 
(Oct. 17, 1979) 



Maddox, Bill J., 22 IBLA 97 
(Sept. 22, 1975) 



24 IBLA 147 (Mar. 10, 1976)- 
34 IBLA 278 (Apr. 17, 1978)- 



401, 422, 745 



460, 485 
658, 691 



83, 253, 713 



204, 435, 511, 683 
436, 448, 57 3 



408, 460, 
477, 618 



Marchand, Beatrice E. 
180 (Aug. 9, 1976)- 



Marine Minerals Corp., 25 IBLA 
153 (June 10, 1976) 



Marion, Michael B.; U.S. v., 
37 IBLA 68 (Sept. 18, 1978)- 



Marker, Norman E. , 21 IBLA 144 
(July 15, 1975) 



341, 441, 447, 526 
40, 337, 691 



36, 216, 366, 

387, 392, 395, 664 



Markham, T. E. , 24 IBLA 5 

(Feb. 4, 1976) 605, 606, 607, 

732, 737, 743, 748 

Marks, Christopher A., 

26 IBLA 84 (July 19, 1976) 259, 262, 612, 618 



Maddox, Robert J., 44 IBLA 

178 (Nov. 30, 1979) 470, 493 



Mahkuk, John, Estate of, 3 IBIA 
291 (Mar. 20, 1975) 



619 

318, 320 



Marks, Patricia P. 
(May 2, 1978) 



34 IBLA 384 



Marksman, David, Estate of, 

5 IBIA 56 (Mar. 29, 1976) 319 



Mahoney, Phillip S. , 22 IBLA 
136 (Sept. 26, 1975) 



Mahseet, Peahner (Mabel) (Mable), 
Estate of, 5 IBIA 27 (Feb. 23, 



532, 573 



308, 309, 312, 

313, 314, 322, 324 



Maley, John L. & James F. Pagel; 
U.S. v. , 29 IBLA 201 (Mar. 22, 
197 7) 



Malloy, V. J. , 20 IBLA 327 
(June 6, 1975) 



345, 382, 

395, 605, 744 



19, 435, 446, 611 



Malutin, Carl E. , et al. , 

21 IBLA 152 (July 16, 1975)- 



Malz, Edward, 24 IBLA 251 

(Mar. 26, 1976), 83 l.D. 106 544, 



33 IBLA 22 (Nov. 22, 197 7) 220, 



Manera, Thomas F., 33 IBLA 362 
(Jan. 23, 1978) 



728 
549 



Marsh, Andrew Jackson, 
Estate of, 4 IBIA 106 
(July 29, 1975) 



Marshall, Howard D. 
(Oct. 15, 1979) — 



43 IBLA 271 



Marshall, Robert P., 36 IBLA 279 

(Aug. 21, 1978) 462, 534 



Marshall & Winston, Inc. 
169 (June 14, 1976) — 



Martin, Arthur R. , et al_. , 41 IBLA 

224 (June 27, 19797 74 

Martin, Barry Wayne (Mr.), 
Uniform Relocation 
Assistance Appeal of, 
2 OHA 169 (Mar. 30, 1978) 



Martin, Guy A. , Ada E. 
254 (Aug. 18, 1976)- 



26 IBLA 



718, 725, 728 
199, 600 



Martin, Lula Mai, 27 IBLA 360 
(Nov. 4, 1976) 



546 



Martin, William F. , 24 IBLA 
271 (Mar. 30, 1976) 



Martinez, Gerald, Sr. , Estate of, 
5 IBIA 162 (Aug. 13, 1976), 
83 I.D. 162 1 



Martini, Elizabeth J., 42 IBLA 
82 (Aug. 13, 1979) 



Marvin L. Nunes & Co. (A Partner- 
ship of Mrs. Tessie D. Nunes 
Brazil & Mr. Marvin L. Nunes), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of; Appeal of Mr. Marvin L. 
& Mrs. Vivian H. Nunes (Tenants); 
and Protest of Mr. Domingos & 
Mrs. Navare Machado (Tenants), 
2 OHA 35 (Sept. 9, 1976) 



Mar-Win Development Co. , 20 IBLA 
383 (June 12, 1975) 



Mary E. Coal Co., Inc., 7 IBMA 
(Nov. 24, 1976), 83 I.D. 579- 



Masek, J. A. , 40 IBLA 123 
(Mar. 27, 1979) 



Mask, Jack, 41 IBLA 147 
(June 18, 1979) 



Mason, Foyle, 35 IBLA 40 
(May 8, 1978) 



Mason, Timothy, Appeal of, 
IBCA1076-9-75 (July 29, 
1976), 83 I.D. 297 



Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Inc. 
38 IBLA 382 (Dec. 29, 1978) — 



Matejko, Sigmund, 43 IBLA 96 
(Sept. 20, 1979) 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



33, 133, 

257, 334, 595 



75, 300, 740 



718, 720, 727 



124, 129, 

477, 536, 558 



240, 473, 488 



467, 475, 

491, 501, 756 



249, 413 



183, 190, 194 



25, 82, 

122, 243, 252, 
591, 638, 713 



Mathis, Clarence Ray, 29 IBLA 
150 (Mar. 4, 1977) 



57, 207, 293, 296 



Meadows, John R. , 30 IBLA 14 

(Apr. 4, 1977) 10, 336, 

43 IBLA 35 (Sept. 12, 1979) 244, 348, 

Means Construction Co., et al . 
Administrative Appeal of , 
Comm'r of Indian Affairs, 
5 IBIA 242 (Nov. 5, 1976) 

Meeds, Homer D. , 26 IBLA 281 

(Aug. 26, 1976), 83 I.D. 315 



Page(s) 

599, 602 
409, 411 



624, 629 



Melluzzo, Frank & Wanita; U.S. y_. 
38 IBLA 214 (Dec. 7, 1978), 
85 I.D. 441 ■ 



Melluzzo, Frank & Wanita (Supp. 
on Judicial Remand); U.S. v_. , 
32 IBLA 46 (Sept. 2, 1977) — 



Melovedoff, Mable, 29 IBLA 250 
(Mar. 25, 1977) 



35, 

219, 
363, 374, 



211, 217, 

220, 354, 

384, 404 



Meredith, Robert C. 
(Dec. 11, 1979)- 



44 IBLA 213 



4, 470, 493 



Merikallio, Pekka K. , 30 IBLA 
157 (May 18, 1977) 



57, 

297, 622, 



129, 293, 
654, 744 



Merrick, George E. , Alice J., 
35 IBLA 208 (May 26, 1978)- 



154 



Merrill, Martha P. 
(Nov. 30, 1979)- 



44 IBLA 136 
434, 470, 476, 



Mertz, Dennis J. & Randy Mack, 
43 IBLA 302 (Oct. 17, 1979)- 



Mesa Petroleum Co. , 37 IBLA 
103 (Sept. 28, 1978) 



44 IBLA 165 (Nov. 30, 1979) 

Mesa, UMWA (Respondents) (On 
Reconsideration); Affinity 
Mining Co. (Petitioner), In 
the Matter of v. , 6 IBMA 100 
(Mar. 31, 1976T, 83 I.D. 108 



634, 754 

251, 350 

510, 620 

646, 660 



Matney, Frank (Mr. SMrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assis- 
tance Appeal of, 2 OHA 92 
(Oct. 4, 1976) 



Matthews, George C, 19 IBLA 215 
(Mar. 24, 1975) 



Matthews, Harry L. 
(Mar. 25, 1977)- 



29 IBLA 240 



Mattison, George E. 
(Oct. 11, 1978) — 



37 IBLA 193 



Mattox, Florence J.; U.S. v., 
36 IBLA 171 (July 31, 1978)- 



Maurer, A. J. , Jr. 
(June 27, 1978)- 



Mayer, Lois A., Appeal of, 3 ANCAB 
77 (Aug. 17, 1978) 



718, 721, 724 



35, 365, 386, 
396, 664, 673 



99 



Messano, James, 35 IBLA 383 
(June 23, 1978) 



*1, 

422 



395, 399, 
672, 745 



Messinger, Lee M. , 44 IBLA 236 
(Dec. 11, 1979) 



Mid-Continent Coal & Coke Co. 
8 IBMA 204 (Nov. 10, 1977), 
84 I.D. 919 



41 IBLA 139 (June 14, 1979)- 



477, 493 



229, 233 
145 



Miguel, Richard Amado (Lessor), 
Lease No. PSL-35; Sessions, Inc. 
(A California Corp.), Adminis- 
trative Appeal of v. , 4 IBIA 84 
(July 10, 1975), 82 I.D. 331 



Mikels, Elaine, et al. 
305 (July 3, 1979)- 



41 IBLA 



657 



122, 647, 
678, 712 



44 IBLA 51 (Nov. 19, 1979) 245, 429, 587, 712 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Mikelson, R. A. , 26 IBLA 1 
(July 6, 1976) 



Milazzo, Sharon K. , et^ al^. , 
33 IBLA 57 (Dec. 5, 1977)- 



Miles, Wesley C. , Sr.; U.S. v. 
36 IBLA 213 (Aug. 3, 1978)- 



Miller, Donald, 40 IBLA 193 
(Apr. 5, 1979) 



289, 599, 603, 

671, 682, 707, 709 



161, 364, 634, 667 
33, 365, 386 



43 IBLA 4 (Sept. 11, 1979)- 

Miller, Duncan, 19 IBLA 86 
(Mar. 3, 1975) 



463, 488 
463, 488 



19 IBLA 133 (Mai 

19 IBLA 188 (Mar. 18, 1975) 

20 IBLA 1 (Apr. 14, 1975)— 



435, 528, 557 

1975) 477, 557 

445, 530 



20 IBLA 9 (Apr. 14, 1975)— 
20 IBLA 19 (Apr. 16, 1975)- 



- 59, 62, 434, 
445, 513, 539 



435, 504, 507, 528 
446, 531, 658 



21 IBLA 21 (June 16, 1975) 446, 531, 536, 658 



21 IBLA 50 (June 17, 1975) 

21 IBLA 361 (Aug. 25, 1975) 

22 IBLA 52 (Sept. 17, 1975) 635 



441, 446 
576 



22 IBLA 336 (Nov. 11, 1975)- 

24 IBLA 203 (Mar. 19, 1976)- 

25 IBLA 125 (June 7, 1976)- 

25 IBLA 263 (June 24, 1976)- 

26 IBLA 37 (July 8, 1976) — 
28 IBLA 62 (Nov. 10, 1976)- 



658 

436, 449, 573 

519, 584 

658 

436, 479, 658 



120, 437, 

520, 644, 659 



28 IBLA 292 (Dec. 27, 1976)- 

29 IBLA 1 (Feb. 7, 1977) 

29 IBLA 43 (Feb. 16, 1977)— 
29 IBLA 174 (Mar. 14, 1977)- 



615 

342, 443, 452, 527 
342, 443, 453, 527 
120, 644, 658 



30 IBLA 90 (Apr. 27, 1977) 453, 537, 561, 615 

30 IBLA 350 (June 8, 1977) 454, 516, 

537, 562, 615 

31 IBLA 349 (July 22, 1977) 453, 537, 561, 615 

31 IBLA 351 (July 25, 1977) 516 

31 IBLA 371 (Aug. 4, 1977) 456, 516, 563 

32 IBLA 137 (Sept. 12, 1977) 444, 506 

32 IBLA 322 (Oct. 3, 1977) 574 

33 IBLA 83 (Dec. 8, 1977) 



34 IBLA 283 (Apr. 17, 1978)- 



120, 438, 521, 
538, 645, 659 



120, 644, 658 



LXXIX 



Page(s) 



Miller, Duncan ( Continued ) 
35 IBLA 108 (May 15, 1978)- 
37 IBLA 129 (Oct. 4 



429, 575, 733 



1978) 121, 439, 521, 

539, 646, 659 



38 IBLA 154 (Dec. 5, 1978)- 
38 IBLA 259 (Dec. 8, 1978)- 



434, 474, 647 



122, 439, 464, 
634, 646, 659 



41 IBLA 129 (June 13, 1979)- 
44 IBLA 259 (Dec. 19, 1979) 



120, 644, 658 
657 



Miller, Duncan, et^ al^. , 32 IBLA 
289 (Sept. 27, 1977) 



Miller, Duncan (On Reconsid- 
eration), 39 IBLA 312 (Feb. 23, 
1979) 

Miller, Michael J. S., 23 IBLA 
224 (Jan. 8, 1976) 



457, 538, 
563, 616 



575, 657, 678 
643 



Miller, Raymond E., Appeal of, 
3 ANCAB 238 (May 14, 1979), 
86 I.D. 285 97, 113 



Miller, William, 36 IBLA 349 
(Aug. 28, 1978) 



Milske, Gary, 44 IBLA 21 
(Nov. 6, 1979) 



15, 198, 473, 487 

219, 433, 469, 570, 612 



Mimick, John R. , et al^. , 

25 IBLA 107 (June 7, 1976)- 



449, 478 



Mine Development Corp. et al. ; 
U.S. v., 27 IBLA 238 TOct. 18, 
1976) 



14, 24, 40, 

137, 160, 

289, 360, 372, 

432, 434, 633, 

666, 672, 684 



Mineral Economics Corp.; U.S. v_. 
34 IBLA 258 (Mar. 30, 1978) 



Mining Enforcement & Safety Adminis- 
tration (Respondent), United Mine 
Workers of America (Respondent), 
Affinity Mining Co. (Petitioner), 
In the Matter of v. , 5 IBMA 36 
(July 31, 1975), 82 I.D. 362 



Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, Appeal 
of, IBCA-1025-3-74 (May 19, 
1975), 82 I.D. 238 168, 176, 193 



Minnesota Chippewa Tribe Con- 
struction Co. , Appeal of, 
IBCA-1063-3-75 (July 23, 1975)- 



168 



Mitchell, Albert E. Ill, 20 IBLA 302 
(May 30, 1975) 



Mitchell, Charles A., Jr., 
30 IBLA 1 (Apr. 1, 1977)- 



273, 277, 279 



Mitchell, Cloyd & Velma, 

22 IBLA 299 (Nov. 4, 1975) 149 



Mitchell Energy Corp., 32 IBLA 
244 (Sept. 21, 1977) 



471, 477, 497 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



M. L. Nunes Co. et_ aK , Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
3 OHA 152 (Nov. 9, 1979) 



Mobil Oil Corp., 20 IBLA 
296 (May 27, 1975) 



446, 531, 736, 741 



35 IBLA 265 (June 2, 1978)- 



35 IBLA 375 (June 23, 
1978), 85 I.D. 225 — 



- 2, 551, 566, 
594, 757, 759 



439, 461, 566, 647 



Mobley, Roy T. , Administrative 
Appeal of v. Coram'r of Indian 
Affairs & Jicarilla Apache 
Tribe, 4 IBIA 1 (Apr. 4, 1975), 
82 I.D. 119 



Moffitt, Nancy J., et al. , 
30 IBLA 107 (May 2, 1977)- 



Moffitt, Nancy J., et^ a^. (On 
Reconsideration), 31 IBLA 191 
(July 5, 1977) 



Monath, Norman, 32 IBLA 392 
(Nov. 8, 197 7) 



Monington, Donald E., 42 IBLA 380 
(Sept. 11, 1979) 



Mono Power Co., 28 IBLA 289 
(Dec. 27, 1976) 



37 IBLA 100 (Sept. 28, 1978)- 



257, 267 



258, 267 



468, 492 

546, 561 
263, 504 



Page(s) 



Morgan, James, Jr., Administrative 
Appeal of y_. Area Director, 
Aberdeen Area Office, et al. , 
5 IBIA 14 (Jan. 22, 1976), 
83 I.D. 20 



Morongo Band of Mission Indians, 
Administrative Appeal of v . 
Area Director, Sacramento Area 
Office, 7 IBIA 299 (Dec. 13, 
1979), 83 I.D. 680 10, 11, 

Morpac, lire. , Appeal of, 

3 ANCAB 89 (Oct. 24, 1978) 



Morris, G. Patrick, et^ al_. ; U.S. 
v., 19 IBLA 350 (Apr. 7, 1975), 
82 I.D. 146 



199, 201, 
755, 757 



Morrison, Frederick W. (Mr. & 

Mrs.), Uniform Relocation Assis- 
tance Appeal of, 2 OHA 147 
(Aug. 9, 1977) 



Morriss, Charles A. 
(Aug. 31, 1978)- 



36 IBLA 372 



Morton, John C, et^ al_. ; U.S. > 
32 IBLA 263 (Sept. 27, 1977) : 



Moses, Beulah, 21 IBLA 157 
(July 21, 1975) 



65, 661, 670 



Moses, Emma, 21 IBLA 264 
(Aug. 11, 1975) 



Montana Copper King Mining Co. , 
e£al., 20 IBLA 30 (Apr. 16, 
19757 



Montana, State of, 28 IBLA 
124 (Nov. 16, 1976) 



Monte Vista, Colorado, City of, 
22 IBLA 107 (Sept. 22, 1975)— 



- 7, 238, 
344, 398 



330, 603, 



589, 600, 609 



Moss, Mildred A., et al. , 
28 IBLA 364 (Feb. 3, 1977)- 



Motley, Reid E. , 43 IBLA 360 

(Oct. 29, 1979) 555, 621, 

Mountain States Telephone & 
Telegraph Co. , 26 IBLA 393 
(Sept. 16, 1976), 83 I.D. 332 



756, 758 



135, 155, 
, 628, 672 



Montin, Vim. V. d.b.a Montin 
Construction Co. , Appeal of, 

IBCA-1051-12-74 (May 29, 1975) 171, 174, 175, 

178, 182, 192 



Moo, G. Gregory (Mr. & Mrs.), 
Appeal of, 3 ANCAB 27 
(June 26, 1978) 



92, 96, 108, 112 



Moore, James, 1 IBSMA 216 
(July 20, 1979), 86 I.D. 



369- 



702, 704 



34 IBLA 154 (Mar. 10, 1978)- 



Mountaineer Coal Co. , 6 IBMA 308 
(Sept. 24, 1976), 83 I.D. 341— 



618, 625, 
714, 716 



Mountaineering Club of Alaska, 

Inc., 19 IBLA 198 (Mar. 19, 1975) 23, 



Moves Camp, Winnie, Estate of, 

7 IBIA 266 (Nov. 15, 1979) 308, 313, 



225, 226 
609, 696 
325, 326 



Moore, John, et al. , 

40 IBLA 321 - TApr. 30, 1979), 

86 I.D. 279 23, 43, 73, 

160, 289, 666, 674 



Moore, Merrill M. , J. J. Adams 
43 IBLA 357 (Oct. 29, 1979)-- 



Moore, Walter B. , Jr. , 41 IBLA 
95 (June 4, 1979) 



Moore, William K. 
(Nov. 20, 1979)- 



Moran, Thomas C. , 32 IBLA 168 
(Sept. 13, 1977) 



398, 419, 736 



137, 466, 491 



252, 350 
448, 478 



M & P Equipment Co., Appeal of, 
IBCA-1088-11-75 (Sept. 28, 
1979), 86 I.D. 527 168, 176, 

Muldowney, John C. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 3 OHA 47 (Mar. 16, 
1979) 



184, 188 



Mull, Connie, 22 IBLA 307 
(Nov. 10, 1975) 



Mullen, Cole V. , 43 IBLA 102 
(Sept. 24, 1979) 



Mullinax, Jones K. , 35 IBLA 73 
(May 12, 1978) 



448, 523, 536 



Munoz, Juan, 39 IBLA 72 
(Jan. 24, 1979) 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



240, 243, 249, 
413, 433, 612 



Nelson, Leonard F. (Supp. I); 
U.S. v. , 28 IBLA 314 
(Jan. 14, 1977) 



Page(s) 



56, 296, 298 



Munsey, Glenn v. Smitty Baker Coal 
Co., Inc., Ralph Baker, Smitty 
Baker and P & P Coal Co. , 8 IBMA 
43 (June 30, 1977), 84 I.D. 336— 



Muratori, Adolph F. , 31 IBLA 
39 (June 21, 1977) 



Murdock Construction Co. , 
Appeal of, IBCA-1050-12-74 
(Aug. 29, 197 7) 



Murer, Christian F., 24 IBLA 
383 (Apr. 29, 1976) 



Murphey, James R., 20 IBLA 
129 (May 5, 1975) 



Murphy, Earl G. & Robert K. , 
24 IBLA 124 (Mar. 2, 1976)- 



Murphy, George, Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



208, 548, 579, 621 



166, 170, 174 
■ 38, 261, 268 
- 56, 295, 296 



276 
- 99 



Nesmith, J. R. , 38 IBLA 357 
(Dec. 22, 1978) 



Netherlin, Lewis L. & Gabriele; 
U.S. v . , 33 IBLA 86 (Dec. 8, 
197 7) 

Neuberger, Eleanor R., 

29 IBLA 168 (Mar. 14, 1977)- 



Neuschwanger, Dennis F. (Mr.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 2 OHA 183 (June 22, 
1978) 



399, 420, 743 



375, 385, 421, 744 
449 



Nevada Electric Investment Co. 
33 IBLA 3 (Nov. 14, 1977) 



Nevada Power Co. , 36 IBLA 62 
(June 30, 1978) 



144, 146, 158, 616 



134, 145, 147, 759 



Nevada Western Oil Co. 
379 (June 10, 1977)- 



548 



Murphy, Rika, Gene H. Smagge, 
42 IBLA 51 (July 31, 1979)- 



Murtha, John T. , 19 IBLA 97 
(Mar. 4, 1975) 



Muse, Alva F. & Barbara J., 
30 IBLA 36 (Apr. 11, 1977)- 



Nall, Robert D. , D-79-7 
(Aug. 23, 1979) 



NANA Regional Corp., Inc., Appeal 
of, 1 ANCAB 1 (Sept. 11, 1975)— 



1 ANCAB 334 (Apr. 15, 1977)- 



Nasatka & Sons, Inc. , Appeal 
of, IBCA-1 157-6-7 7 (Sept. 28, 
1979), 86 I.D. 513 



43, 73, 

623, 638, 674 



32, 214, 272, 
276, 639, 642 



690 



Nahcotaty, Ruth (Williams or 
Daukei) (Caddo Allottee 
No. 19), Estate of, 3 IBIA 270 
(Mar. 7, 1975) 317 



167, 193, 331 



171, 178, 193, 195 



Nashookpuk, Henry R. , Lennie, Jr. 
Harriet J. Lane, 21 IBLA 116 
(June 30, 197 5) 



65 



New England Fish Co. , 42 IBLA 

200 (Aug. 22, 1979) 18, 50, 61, 

92, 103, 123, 128, 
210, 244, 254, 626, 628, 
629, 630, 632, 659, 758 



Newkirk, John, et^ al_. , 42 IBLA 
292 (Aug. 27, 1979) 



128, 131, 

245, 349, 352 



New Mexico, State of, 24 IBLA 135 
(Mar. 8, 1976) 



Nicholas, Faye A., 21 IBLA 69 
(June 25, 1975) 



542 



Nicholson, Lee, et^ al_. ; U.S. 
31 IBLA 224 (July 7, 1977)- 



Nickoli, Nicky, 43 IBLA 296 
(Oct. 17, 1979) 



221, 362, 

374, 383, 663 



44, 78, 124, 

213, 292, 653, 
660, 689, 740, 747 



Nicoll, Kent, Appeal of, 

IBCA-1040-8-74 (July 31, 1975)- 



Jiece, Bonda & Leslie; U.S. v. 
33 IBLA 290 (Jan. 10, 1978T- 



161, 218, 

364, 375, 668 



Natalish, Vincent Victorio, Jr. 
Estate of, 5 IBIA 1 (Jan. 19, 
1976) 



National Wildlife Federation 
(Appellant) v. Bolten Ranch, 
Inc. (Respondent), 24 IBLA 
391 (May 3, 1976) 



281, 283, 683, 754 



Natives of Akhiok, Inc., 
Appeal of, 2 ANCAB 275 
(Jan. 27, 1978) 88, 100 



Naughton, Edward F. , 23 IBLA 
134 (Dec. 23, 1975) 



9, 69, 277, 742 



Nielsen, Charles R. , Pauline, 
30 IBLA 235 (May 26, 1977)- 



41, 395, 

399, 420, 672 



Nielsen, Donald F. , Ethel Adcox, 

21 IBLA 258 (Aug. 11, 1975) 64, 143 



Nielsen, Tony C. , 44 IBLA 269 
(Dec. 19, (1979) 



210, 471, 494 



Nielsons, Inc., IBCA-1 126-9-76 

(Mar. 8, 1979), 86 I.D. 182 166, 191, 196 



Nielsons, Inc., Appeal of, 
IBCA-1173-11-77 (Sept. 27, 
1979), 86 I.D. 493 



166, 171, 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Niland, Mary E., Elizabeth E. 
O'Donnell, 28 IBLA 300 
(Jan. 10, 1977) 



452, 471, 481 



N. L. Industries, Inc., 

34 IBLA 99 (Feb. 23, 1978)- 

37 IBLA 335 (Oct. 26, 1978)- 



438, 459, 517, 534 



32, 121, 

623, 637, 646 



41 IBLA 38 (May 29, 1979) 



Noble, Alfred M., Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



Nokusille, Simpson, Estate of, 
5 IBIA 178 (Sept. 24, 1976)- 



Nopah, Everett, Estate of, 
4 IBIA 25 (Apr. 18, 1975)- 



310, 318 



320 



Norcross Partners, 31 IBLA 181 
(July 5, 1977) 



Nordhoff, John J., Dean Kirk, 

24 IBLA 73 (Feb. 24, 1976) 543, 559 



455, 483, 524 

577 



Nordwick, Ronald L. , 36 IBLA 
238 (Aug. 14, 1978) 



245, 247, 249, 

348, 351, 405, 413 



North American Coal Co. ; Baker, 
Phil v. , 8 IBMA 164 (Sept. 30, 
1977), 84 I.D. 877 224 



Northwest Citizens For Wilderness 
Mining Co., Inc., 33 IBLA 317 



(Jan. 16, 1978)- 



17, 242, 248, 412 



Not Afraid, Ethel H. , Administrative 
Appeal of v. Area Director, Billings, 
e£ al_. , 3 IBIA 235 (Jan. 31, 1975), 
82 I.D. 51 



Nowacki, Joseph M. , 23 IBLA 148 
(Dec. 23, 1975) 



543 



Noya, Bella, 42 IBLA 59 
(Aug. 2, 1979) 



IG Mining, Inc. , 44 IBLA 126 
(Nov. 27, 1979) 



44, 75, 675 

248, 252, 254, 415 



Nuclear Power & Energy Co. 
and B-2, Inc. , 41 IBLA 142 
(June 14, 1979) 



245, 247, 

250, 352, 414 

Nukapigak, Amy Tukrook, 44 IBLA 

313 (Dec. 31, 1979) 27, 45, 78, 

164, 292, 670, 675 



Nukwak, Schwalbe, 18 IBLA 418 
(Feb. 10, 1975) 



64 



Numerous Navajo Persons Who 
Reside on Black Mesa in 
Arizona, Uniform Relocation 
Assistance Appeal of, 1 OHA 
292 (Mar. 15, 1976) 717 



Oakason, Jean, 22 IBLA 33 
(Sept. 10, 1975) 



19, 119, 130, 341, 
441, 447, 494, 646 



22 IBLA 311 (Nov. 10, 1975)- 



20, 342, 442 



Page (s ) 



Oakason, Jean ( Continued ) 

27 IBLA 41 (Sept. 22, 1976)- 

34 IBLA 355 (Apr. 26, 1978)- 



442, 515, 

636, 658, 662 



Oakason, John, 23 IBLA 336 

(Jan. 21, 1976) 523, 536, 648 



Oakason, John, Beard Oil Co. , 
19 IBLA 191 (Mar. 18, 1975)- 



Oakason, John, Jean, 21 IBLA 185 
(July 25, 1975) 



435, 513, 

530, 535, 732 



124, 341, 441, 
447, 470, 526 



O'Brien Resources Corp., Thermal 
Power Co. , 41 IBLA 367 (July 23, 
1979) 



O'Callaghan, Lloyd, Sr. , et^ 
al_. ; U.S. v., 29 IBLA 333 
(Mar. 31, 1977) 



161> 211, 

215, 354, 362, 

373, 379, 392, 

662, 667 

Ocean Drilling & Exploration 
Co. , Chevron Oil Co. , 21 IBLA 
137 (July 15, 1975) 165, 571, 587, 589 

O'Connor, James W., 27 IBLA 247 

(Oct. 18, 1976) 480 



Odessa Natural Corp., 30 IBLA 
28 (Apr. 11, 1977) 



503, 561, 578 



Office of Surface Mining Recla- 
mation & Enforcement; Thunder- 
bird Coal Corp. v., 1 IBSMA 85 
(Jan. 18, 1979), 86 I.D. 38 



705 



Oglala Sioux Tribe, Adminis- 
trative Appeal of v. Comm'r 
of Indian Affairs & Richard 
Tall (PRU-10542), 7 IBIA 188 

(Sept. 5, 1979), 86 I.D. 425 4, 5, 302, 

306, 328 



O'Glesbee, Larry E.; Christie, 
Olan W. v. , 23 IBLA 155 
(Dec. 23, 1975) 



Ogroogak, Paul, 22 IBLA 90 
(Sept. 22, 1975) 



56, 294, 675 
64 



Ohio Mining Co. , 4 IBMA 121 
(Apr. 17, 1975), 82 I.D. 167- 



Oien, Emily H. , 25 IBLA 193 
(June 16, 1976) 



222 



Oil Resources, Inc., 28 IBLA 
394 (Feb. 7, 1977), 84 I.D. 91- 



Ojai Oil Co., 39 IBLA 173 
(Jan. 30, 1979)- 



506, 509, 

520, 546, 

561, 578, 

754 



O'Kane, James V., F. Kenneth 
Millhollen, 19 IBLA 171 
(Mar. 18, 1975) 



13, 502, 677 



Okanogan County Public Utility, 
District No. 1, Washington, 
22 IBLA 342 (Nov. 14, 1975) — 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



• 13, 16, 198, 
590, 601, 610 



Oneida Mining Co. , North American 
Coal Corp. , Helen Mining Co. , 
Florence Mining Co. , 6 IBMA 343 
(Sept. 29, 1976), 83 I.D. 405 



Page(s) 



Okanogan, Washington, City of, 
State of Washington, 41 IBLA 98 
(June 4, 1979) 



O'Keefe, Joseph J., 40 IBLA 
378 (May 14, 1979) 



8, 591 

465, 474, 490, 501 



Okie, Margaret D. , et al . , 
43 IBLA 326 (Oct. 29, 1979)- 



Old Ben Coal Co. , 4 IBMA 198 
(June 6, 1975), 82 I.D. 264- 



4 IBMA 224 (June 6, 1975), 
82 I.D. 277 



258, 586 

224, 227, 229, 233 
224, 227, 233, 234 



Opheim, Anna & Chris Roy, Philip 
Katelnikoff, 20 IBLA 290 (May 27, 
197 5) 



Opheim, Norman, Billy Boskofsky, Jr. 
(As Heir of Nicholas Boskofsky), 
41 IBLA 338 (July 11, 1979) 



Osborne, J. R. , et^al. (Supp. 
on Judicial Remand); U.S. \ 
28 IBLA 13 (Nov. 8, 1976)— 



51, 58, 
81, 300 



34, 160, 

211, 214, 217, 

219, 221, 354, 

360, 373, 391 



5 IBMA 19 (July 30, 1975), 

82 I.D. 355 233 



6 IBMA 163 (May 27, 1976), 
83 I.D. 225 



6 IBMA 229 (June 30, 1976) , 
83 I.D. 260 



231 
237 



6 IBMA 234 (June 30, 1976), 
83 I.D. 262 



6 IBMA 256 (July 13, 1976), 
83 I.D. 294 



6 IBMA 294 (Sept. 16, 1976), 
83 I.D. 335 



222, 223, 232 



8 IBMA 19 (June 28, 1977), 
84 I.D. 332 



225, 228 



8 IBMA 98 (Aug. 17, 1977), 

84 I.D. 459 228, 229 



Old Ben Coal Co. (Nos. 21, 24 
& 26 Mines), 7 IBMA 272 
(Mar. 30, 1977), 84 I.D. 124- 



223, 236 



Old Ben Coal Co. (No. 24 Mine), 
In the Matter of , 5 IBMA 211 
(Oct. 20, 1975), 82 I.D. 525- 



Ostrowski, Gerald S., 34 IBLA 
254 (Mar. 28, 1978) 



Ostrowski, Gerald S. (On 

Reconsideration After Remand), 
44 IBLA 17 (Nov. 6, 1979) 



Oswald, Roland & Marie, 35 IBLA 
79 (May 12, 1978) 



Oswalt, Reed E., et^ al_. , Appeal 
of, 3 ANCAB 261 (May 24, 1979)- 



Ott, George C. , 30 IBLA 146 
(May 16, 1977) 



Ounalashka Corp., Appeal of, 
I ANCAB 104 (July 13, 1976), 
83 I.D. 475 



Outdoor Adventure River 
Specialties, Inc. , 
41 IBLA 132 (June 14, 
1979) 



436, 509, 
516, 530 



124, 191, 

436, 511, 

517, 642 



151, 209, 217, 

220, 240, 293, 

297, 590, 591, 

592, 708, 745 



113 
547 



95, 104, 106 



127, 604, 

694, 715, 716 



6 IBMA 138 (May 6, 1976) 
83 I.D. 207 



Old Ben Coal Corp. (No. 24 Mine), 
In the Matter of, 4 IBMA 104 



(Apr. 10, 1975), 82 I.D. 160- 



Ouzinkie Native Corp. , Appeal 
of, 4 ANCAB 3 (Oct. 31, 1979), 
86 I.D. 618 



Overton, Adrian, 29 IBLA 66 
(Feb. 18, 1977) 



- 93, 97, 104 
453, 533, 536 



Olin Corp. , 39 IBLA 161 
(Jan. 29, 1979) 



122, 338, 638, 691 



Olsen, Harold W. & Willomene, Uni- 
form Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of, 1 OHA 221 (Sept. 24, 1975) 717 

Olson, Ernest L. , Jr. (Deceased), 

41 IBLA 179 (June 22, 1979) 74, 128, 132, 

137, 213, 302, 
598, 646, 664 
Olson, Harold W. & Willodene, Uni- 
form Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of, 1 OHA 273 (Jan. 15, 1976) 723 



Owen, David F. , 31 IBLA 24 
(June 20, 1977) 



Oxy Petroleum, Inc., 36 IBLA 
59 (June 30, 1978) 



Pace, Emma, 35 IBLA 143 
(May 22, 1978) 



Pacific Pearl Seafoods, Appeal 
of, 3 ANCAB 383 (Sept. 25, 1979)- 



Pacific Transmission Supply Co. , 
35 IBLA 297 (June 2, 1978) 



218, 220, 
455, 527 



264, 265 
550 



101 



566, 579 



Pack, D. E. , 30 IBLA 166 
(May 19, 1977), 84 I.D. 



30 IBLA 230 (May 26, 1977)- 

31 IBLA 283 (July 22, 1977)- 



40 IBLA 45 (Mar. 15, 1979)- 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



454, 471, 482, 

498, 523, 539, 754 



Pack, D. E. (On Reconsideration), 
38 IBLA 23 (Nov. 9, 1978), 
85 I.D. 408 



Paden, Ray; U.S. v., 33 IBLA 380 
(Jan. 25, 1978) 



21, 140, 

456, 483, 678 



465, 474, 



22, 122, 463, 
473, 488, 617 



44 IBLA 253 (Dec. 19, 1979)- 



332, 408 
332, 408 



Panos, Mar go (Trust), Gus G. Panos 
(Trustee), 28 IBLA 1 (Nov. 5, 1976)- 



Panra Corp. , 27 IBLA 220 
(Oct. 7, 1976) 



Panruk, Peter, 43 IBLA 69 

(Sept. 19, 1979) 44, 

292, 688, 

Papulak, Milan S., 19 IBLA 

139 (Mar. 7, 1975) 260, 

24 IBLA 278 (Mar. 30, 1976) 449, 

30 IBLA 77 (Apr. 18, 1977) 

30 IBLA 220 (May 26, 1977) 

31 IBLA 69 (June 23, 1977) 



Page(s) 
494, 506 
480, 505 



77, 213, 
740, 747 



267, 431 
494, 573 
476, 513 

574 

574 



Pagano, Milton R., 41 IBLA 214 
(June 27, 1979) 



Page, Ralph, 19 IBLA 255 
(Mar. 31, 1975) 



51, 55, 74, 300 



289, 369, 393, 

398, 415, 747, 750 



Paradise Oil, Water & Land 
Development, Inc. , 26 IBLA 
374 (Sept. 8, 1976) 



Paradox Oil & Gas Co., 

22 IBLA 242 (Oct. 22, 1975) — 



40, 135, 289, 627 



256, 441, 532, 706 



Page, Ralph, et al_.; U.S. y_. , 
43 IBLA 390 (Oct. 31, 1979)- 



37, 217, 368, 

389, 747, 749, 750 



Page, Roscoe, et^ al_. v_. Valley Camp 
Coal Co., 6 IBMA 1 (Jan. 28, 1976), 
83 I.D. 28 



Pagedas, Elizabeth, 38 IBLA 130 
(Nov. 22, 1978) 



Pagedas, Elizabeth (On Recon- 
sideration), 40 IBLA 21 
(Mar. 9, 1979) 



463, 500 



16, 489, 617, 618 



Park Center Water District & 
Canon Heights Irrigation & 
Reservoir Co. , 28 IBLA 368 
(Feb. 3, 1977), 84 I.D. 87- 



Parke, Bruce, 42 IBLA 18 
(July 25, 1979) 



■ 34, 

208, 

730 



135, 164, 

218, 728, 

731, 751 



158, 245, 349, 352, 695 



Parker, O.M.; Sedgwick, Cabot, 
e£ al^. v. , 27 IBLA 256 

(Oct. 20, 1976) 213, 221, 360, 

373, 382, 679, 700 



Paine, John A., 22 IBLA 56 
(Sept. 17, 1975) 



Paliombeis, Apostolos, 

30 IBLA 153 (May 16, 1977)- 



35 IBLA 180 (May 23, 1978) 

Palm Patencio Co. , Inc. , et_ al . 
Administrative Appeal of v_. 
Preckwinkle, Winifred Patencio, 
et^ al_. , 5 IBLA 37 (Mar. 2, 1976)- 

Palmer Oil & Gas Co., 43 IBLA 

115 (Sept. 24,. 1979) 



126, 130, 547, 560 
550, 565 



Paneak, Raymond, 19 IBLA 68 
(Feb. 25, 1975) 



Pankratz, Sally Ann & Aurelia 
Spencer Administrative Appeal 
of y_. Superintendent, Fort 
Belknap Agency; Area Director, 
Billings Area Office; Fort 
Belknap Community Council; 
& Arnold Allen, 4 IBIA 231 
(Nov. 26, 1975), 82 I.D. 585 — 



305 

244, 510, 576 
, 64, 128, 587 



Parks, Charles L. , 18 IBLA 404 
(Feb. 10, 1975) 



541 



Parks, Jack W. v. L & M Coal 
Corp., 7 IBMA 172 (Dec. 23, 
1976), 83 I.D. 710 



Parsons, John Boyd, 22 IBLA 
328 (Nov. 10, 1975) 



Parsons, John R.; U.S. _v . , 
33 IBLA 326 (Jan. 16, 1978)- 



Patrick, Dennis R. , 1 IBSMA 158 
(Apr. 24, 1979), 86 I.D. 266- 



1 IBSMA 248 (Sept. 14, 1979), 
86 I.D. 450 



Patrick Petroleum Co. , 44 IBLA 38 
(Nov. 6, 1979) 



Patrick Petroleum Corp., 38 IBLA 93 
(Nov. 15, 1978) 



398, 



227 

419, 736 



364, 408, 668 



702 



469, 619 
510 



Patterson, Lloyd M. & Adelheid A. , 

34 IBLA 68 (Feb. 22, 1978) 1, 549, 565, 594 



Panos, C. , 42 IBLA 326 (Aug. 30, 
1979) 



3, 440, 

468, 568, 595 



Panos, Gus, 21 IBLA 163 

(July 21, 1975) 435, 502 



Patton, Willadean, Essex Minerals, 
Inc., National Bulk Carriers, 
Inc. , 32 IBLA 350 (Oct. 21, 
1977) 



126, 131, 
, 258, 336 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(a) 



Paug-Vik, Inc., Ltd., Appeal 
of, 3 ANCAB 49 (July 5, 1978), 
85 I.D. 229 



Pauk, Pavilla, 23 IBLA 151 
(Dec. 23, 1975) 



Paul, Mary Y. , et al_. , 21 IBLA 
223 (July 31, 1975) 



Paul, Walter T. , James H. Meyer, 
A3 IBLA 119 (Sept. 24, 1979) — 



Peabody Coal Co., 7 IBMA 318 
(May 20, 1977), 84 I.D. 202- 



8 IBMA 121 (Aug. 24, 1977), 
84 I.D. 469 



34 IBLA 139 (Mar. 



118, 687, 688, 
739, 758, 759 



66 



244, 251, 414 
223, 234 



230, 231 

10, 1978) 144 



Permian Mud Service, Inc. , 
31 IBLA 150 (June 30, 1977), 
84 I.D. 342 



Perry-Ross Coal Co. , 5 IBMA 5 
(July 25, 1975), 82 I.D. 349- 



Pestrikoff, Sandra M. 
197 (Jan. 6, 1976)- 



Peters, Donald, 26 IBLA 235 
(Aug. 17, 1976), 83 t.d. 1 



Page (s ) 



-- 6, 134, 334, 

336, 339, 340, 

400, 404, 602, 

691, 692 



Peters, Donald (On Reconsideration), 
28 IBLA 153 (Nov. 23, 1976), 
83 I.D. 564 



226, 235 



-- 50, 62, 70, 
686, 688, 742 



23, 72, 

160, 289, 666 



72, 654 



36 IBLA 242 (Aug. 14, 1978)- 



32, 121, 

623, 637, 645 



Peacock Oil Co., Inc., Twin Arrow, 

Inc., 29 IBLA 74 (Feb. 23, 1977) 540, 556, 



30 IBLA 103 (May 2, 197 7)- 



Pease, Bernard, 43 IBLA 292 
(Oct. 17, 1979) 



540, 556, 
473, 



583 
583 



Peck, Thomas J., et^ al^. ; U.S. > 
29 IBLA 357 (Mar. 31, 1977)," 
84 I.D. 137 



34, 345, 

362, 395, 403, 
417, 663, 754 



Pedersen, LeRoy , 31 IBLA 124 
(June 30, 1977) 



Peggs Run Coal Co., Inc., 5 IBMA 
144 (Sept. 22, 1975), 82 I.D. 445- 



5 IBMA 175 (Sept. 30, 1975), 
82 I.D. 516 



6 IBMA 212 (June 28, 1976), 
83 I.D. 245 



232 
233 



Pehar, John S. , 41 IBLA 191 
(June 22, 1979) 



Pemberton, Mary C. , 38 IBLA 118 

(Nov. 22, 1978) 151, 153 



Pence, Sarah A., et al. 
43 IBLA 266 (Oct. 15, 



Pendleton, Ed, 40 IBLA 103 
(Mar. 27, 1979) 



582, 586 
154 
2, 78, 164 
465, 490 



Pennsylvania Drilling Co. , 
IBCA-1 187-4-78 (Sept. 26, 
1978), 85 I.D. 384 174 



Peratt, Mercedes M. , 36 IBLA 
331 (Aug. 28, 1978) 



195 
552, 567 



Percell, D. L. , 37 IBLA 272 
(Oct. 20, 1978) 



40 IBLA 126 (Mar. 28, 1979)- 



11, 439, 602 
11, 439, 602 



Peters, Donald F. & Sharon L. , 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 2 OHA 97 (Nov. 22, 
1976 ) 



720, 727 



Peters, Frederick T. , et al. , 

41 IBLA 262 (June 28, 1979) 467, 475, 492, 496 



Peters, Lewis W. , 
(Nov. 6, 1979)- 



Peterson, Carl, 25 IBLA 328 
(June 30, 1976) 



Peterson, Elmer, 21 IBLA 52 
(June 17, 1975) 



469, 476, 493, 496 
273, 275, 279 



Peterson, Kent E. , 30 IBLA 199 
(May 20, 1977) 



119, 643, 655 
343, 443 



Peterson, Virgil V. & Hiko Bell 
Mining & Oil Co., 37 IBLA 18 
(Sept. 12, 1978) 



133, 145, 148 



Petla, Andrew, 43 IBLA 186 
(Oct. 5, 1979) 



28, 77, 123, 
217, 698 



Petro Leasco, Inc. , 42 IBLA 

345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 221, 222, 

244, 246, 598 

Petterson, Willie H. , Appeals of, 
IBCA-1115-7-76, IBCA-1116-7-76, 
IBCA-1117-7-76 & IBCA-1118-7-76 
(Feb. 28, 1977) 



166, 169, 183, 

190, 196, 640 

Pettibon, Maurine E. & Howard B. , 

41 IBLA 23 (May 22, 1979) 490 

Pewewardy, Doc, Administrative Appeal 
of y_. , Comm'r, Bureau of Indian 
Affairs, et_ al_. , 3 IBIA 259 (Feb. 12, 
1975) 327, 328 

Phillips, Ellen, Estate of, 7 IBIA 

100 (Dec. 6, 1978), 85 I.D. 438 315, 321 

Phillips, Frederick, et al. , 

41 IBLA 169 (June 22, 1979) 



26, 43, 73, 

163, 292, 669, 674 



LXXXVI 

TABLE OF DECISIONS 
Page(s) 

Phillips Petroleum Co. , 

28 IBLA 175 (Nov. 24, 1976) 508 

29 IBLA 114 (Feb. 23, 1977) 547 

38 IBLA 344 (Dec. 22, 1978) 132, 219, 464, 568 

39 IBLA 393 (Mar. 2, 1979) 572, 588, 589 

Phillips, Stanley A., et al. , 

31 IBLA 342 (July 22, 1977) 685, 708, 709 

Phillips, Vance W. & Aelisa A. 
Burnham, 19 IBLA 211 (Mar. 21, 
1975) 445, 531 

Philpott, Lon (Deceased), Estate 

of, 28 IBLA 68 (Nov. 10, 1976) 292, 296, 

297, 298 

Phoenix Resources Co. , 39 IBLA 

153 (Jan. 29, 1979) 46, 122, 

519, 522, 638 

Picnalook, James S. , Sr. , Mabel 
Bullard, 22 IBLA 191 (Oct. 15, 
1975) 67, 670 

Pierce & Dehlinger, 22 IBLA 396 

(Nov. 24, 1975) 597 

Piercey, J. D. , Appeal of, 

IBCA-1035-6-74 (July 18, 1975) 168, 182, 192 

IBCA-1013-12-73 (Oct. 17, 1975) 172, 188, 

189, 192, 193 

Pierre, Daniel J., Estate of, 
6 IBIA 17 (Jan. 28, 1977), 

84 I.D. 68 324 

Pierresteguy, Jeanne, 23 IBLA 358 

(Jan. 23, 1976), 83 I.D. 23 33, 149, 

152, 153, 

197, 743, 752 

Pigeon, Rebecca (Wahbmeme) or 
Rebecca White Pigeon or Ahn 
Wahn Ke, Estate of, 4 IBIA 168 
(Oct. 30, 1975) 318, 320 

Pinnacle Mining & Exploration 
Co. , Inc. , 28 IBLA 249 

(Dec. 20, 1976) 452, 516, 

533, 561, 738 

Pipeline Petroleum Corp., 
34 IBLA 73 (Feb. 22, 1978), 

85 I.D. 70 2, 565, 579, 594 

Pirate's Cove Marina, Appeal of, 
IBCA-1018-2-74 (Feb. 25, 1975), 

83 I.D. 445 188, 642 

Pirtle, Stanley J., 26 IBLA 

348 (Sept. 7, 1976) 238, 436, 546, 560 

Pitt, Edward Lewis, Estate of, 
6 IBIA 156 (Oct. 17, 1977), 

84 I.D. 854 307, 327 

Pittsburgh Pacific Co.; U.S. v., 
30 IBLA 388 (June 15, 1977), 

84 I.D. 282 47, 203, 219, 

362, 373, 383, 
392, 409, 429, 641 



Placid Oil Co., 38 IBLA 115 
(Nov. 20, 1978) 



44 IBLA 209 (Dec. 11, 1979)- 



Page(s) 

552 

517 



Piatt, Earl W., 43 IBLA 41 

(Sept. 18, 1979), 86 I.D. 458 247, 



P. L. Larsen Co., Appeal of, 
IBCA-1054-1-75 (Mar. 25, 1975)- 



Plomis, Wilfred, 34 IBLA 222 

(Mar. 27, 1978) 444, 

507, 
534, 616, 



35 IBLA 1 (May 3, 1978) 

44 IBLA 264 (Dec. 19, 1979)- 



162, 565, 



188, 643 

460, 486, 
524, 528, 
617, 618 

622, 648 

477, 513 



Pocahontas Fuel Co. , 6 IBMA 14 
(Feb. 4, 1976), 83 I.D. 37 — 



7 IBMA 121 (Dec. 20, 1976), 
83 I.D. 690 



8 IBMA 136 (Sept. 28, 1977), 
84 I.D. 488 



224, 225 



Polen, Mary C. , 24 IBLA 100 
(Mar. 1, 1976) 



235, 238 

52, 649, 688, 743 



Polumbus Corp. , 22 IBLA 270 
(Oct. 30, 1975) 



Pomona, Mollie Kinsman (Deceased 
Unallotted Mono Indian), Estate 
of, 3 IBIA 232 (Jan. 31, 1975) — 

Pooley, Carma M. , 29 IBLA 304 

(Mar. 30, 1977) 



540, 558, 
, 586, 633 



125, 130, 
, 536, 559 



Pope, John W.; U.S. v., 25 IBLA 
199 (June 16, 19767" 



Pope, John W. (On Reconsidera- 
tion); U.S. v., 27 IBLA 133 
(Sept. 30, 1976) 



Pope, Richard T., 22 IBLA 374 
(Nov. 17, 1975) 



39, 52, 
56, 



27 IBLA 33 (Sept. 20, 1976) 

Port Graham Corp., Appeal of, 
1 ANCAB 125 (Sept. 3, 1976), 
83 I.D. 481 

Port Lions Native Corp., In the Matter 
of , and City of Kodiak, Appeal of, 
3 ANCAB 85 (Sept. 14, 1978) 



355, 356 



129, 132 
688, 743 



Porter, John S.; U.S. v., 

37 IBLA 313 (Oct. 25, 1978)- 



■ 36, 
387, 



Portland General Electric Co. , 
L. C. Curtright, 29 IBLA 165 
(Mar. 9, 1977) 



43, 221, 
397, 664 



345, 351 



Potts, Dennis, 36 IBLA 329 
(Aug. 28, 1978) 



42 IBLA 355 (Sept. 11, 1979)- 



-- 221, 
262, 



246, 259, 
265, 268 



LXXXVII 



Powell, Sam, 36 IBLA 273 
(Aug. 21, 1978) 



Power, L. 0. , et^ al_. 
(Sept. 5, 1975) 



Powers, Mildred A. 
(Oct. 6, 1976) — 



27 IBLA 213 



P & P Coal Co. , 6 IBMA 86 

(Mar. 22, 1976), 83 I.D. 91- 



Pratt, John Paul, 24 IBLA 110 
(Mar. 1, 1976) 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(n) 



487 



176, 635 
152, 154 
222, 236 



125, 130, 

478, 536, 559 



Puccinelli, Cecilia; U.S. v., 
44 IBLA 266 (Dec. 19, 1979)- 



Pupcheck, Fred, 38 IBLA 275 
(Dec. 13, 1978) 



Quaempts, Mitchell Robert (Kuneki). 
Estate of, 6 IBIA 10 (Jan. 27, 
197 7) 



Qualman, Dallas C, et al. , 
36 IBLA 119 (July 25, 1978)- 



38, 



Page(s) 
368, 379 
552, 567 



298, 
623 



308, 309, 
313, 317 



124, 297, 

608, 609, 

655, 749 



Preckwinkle, Winifred Patencio, 
e_t a^. ; Palm Patencio Co., Inc., 
et al . , Administrative Appeal of 
v. , 5 IBIA 37 (Mar. 2, 1976) 



Prepeliczay, Imre, 22 IBLA 13 
(Sept. 4, 1975) 



305 
477 



Presley, 0. D. , 21 IBLA 190 

(July 28, 1975) 505, 531 



Preston Nutter Corp. , 25 IBLA 

234 (June 21, 1976) 681, 682 



Price, B. D. , 34 IBLA 41 
(Feb. 14, 1978) 



40 IBLA 85 (Mar. 22, 



477 f 509 

1979) 510 



Prisbrey, Clifford, 24 IBLA 
108 (Mar. 1, 1976) 



124, 297, 749 



Pritt, Everett L. , 8 IBMA 216 
(Nov. 30, 1977), 84 I.D. 960- 



Prock, Jerry, et al_. ; U.S. v., 
39 IBLA 148 TTan. 29, 1979)- 



28, 122, 162, 

367, 597, 638, 666 



Prouse, Allen R. , 32 IBLA 311 
(Sept. 30, 1977), 84 I.D. 874- 



242, 273, 280 



Quapaw, Louis Harvey, Estate of, 
4 IBIA 263 (Dec. 23, 1975), 

82 I.D. 640 301, 308, 

313, 314, 317 

Questa Petroleum Co. , 33 IBLA 

116 (Dec. 16, 1977) 



Quigley, Raymond W. , 44 IBLA 
250 (Dec. 19, 1979) 



309, 310, 
321, 322 



428, 516, 
, 685, 733 



Quinn, Dennis G. , 29 IBLA 307 

(Mar. 30, 1977) 61, 

Quintana Construction Co., Inc., 
Appeal of, IBCA-1028-4-74 
(July 24, 1975), 82 I.D. 343 



168, 176, 
182, 185 



Race, Robert G. , Clyde N. Beggs . 
37 IBLA 162 (Oct. 10, 1978) — 



Racine, Henry Frank, Estate of, 
7 IBIA 1 (Jan. 10, 1978) 



Radigan, Michael J., Robert K. 

Raines, 31 IBLA 58 (June 23, 1977)-- 21, 



Ragsdale, James R. & Sammy B . ; U.S. 

v., 20 IBLA 348 (June 11, 1975) 29, 



503, 507 

312, 316 

483, 498 

159, 357 



Provinse, David A., 27 IBLA 376 

(Nov. 5, 1976) 506, 529 



33 IBLA 312 (Jan. 13, 1978)- 
35 IBLA 217 (May 26, 1978)— 



35 IBLA 221 (May 26, 
1978), 85 I.D. 154- 



121, 458, 530, 
533, 539, 647 

- 21, 427, 461, 

486, 524, 534, 

550, 613, 620 



- 4, 138, 439, 534, 
593, 601, 602, 603 



38 IBLA 347 (Dec. 22, 1978)- 



464, 534, 

740, 751, 759 

Ptasnyski, Nola Grace, Barbara C. 

Lisco, 19 IBLA 125 (Mar. 5, 1975) 288, 528, 

535, 639, 649 



Ptasynski, Nola Grace (Supp.) 
(On Court Remand), 28 IBLA 256 
(Dec. 20, 1976) 



452, 529, 684 



Public Service Co. of Okla. , 
38 IBLA 193 (Dec. 6, 1978)- 



-- 15, 243, 247 



Rainwater, Ralph H. & Jacqueline L. , 
31 IBLA 377 (Aug. 8, 1977) 



Rajac Industries, Inc., 26 IBLA 
202 (Aug. 11, 1976) 



►36, 520, 586 



Ram Petroleums, Inc., & Ramoco, 

Inc., 37 IBLA 184 (Oct. 11, 1978)- 



552 



Ramsey, Chester L.; U.S. y_. , 
29 IBLA 243 (Mar. 25, 1977)- 



Rapozo, Virginia A. 
(Jan. 18, 1978) — 



Rasmussen Drilling, Inc. 
173 (Apr. 3, 1979) 



33 IBLA 344 
40 IBLA 



373, 634 
459, 472 



646 



Rasmusson, Roger J. 
(July 13, 1978) — 



36 IBLA 



Rattray, John, Elmer L. Wilson, 
36 IBLA 282 (Aug. 21, 1978)— 



209, 240, 
.284, 286 



273, 275, 
276, 279 



RCA Alaska Communications, Inc., 

Appeal of, 1 ANCAB 94 (July 8, 1976)- 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Read & Stevens, Inc.; Franklin, Aston 
& Fair, Ltd.; and Colorado Interstate 
Gas Co., 29 IBLA 154 (Mar. 4, 1977) — 



Reagel, Basil W. , 34 IBLA 29 
(Feb. 14, 1978) — 



44 IBLA 62 (Nov. 20, 1979)- 



Recon Systems, Inc., Appeal of, 
IBCA-1214-9-78 (Sept. 25, 1979), 
86 I.D. 478 



Red Breath Bear, Charles, Estate 
of, 6 IBIA 36 (Feb. 14, 1977), 
84 I.D. 97 



Red Eagle, Joseph, Estate of, 
4 IBIA 52 (May 30, 1975), 
82 I.D. 256 



437, 547, 
636, 644 



509, 516 
436, 511 



166, 167, 171 



Resource Exploration & Mining, 
Inc., 42 IBLA 63 (Aug. 2, 1979)- 



Resources Exploration & Mining, 
Inc. (On Reconsideration), 
43 IBLA 89 (Sept. 19, 1979) 128, 427, 

Rexford, Herman S., Wilson Soplu, 

22 IBLA 20 (Sept. 9, 1975) 



Reyes, Tenie Teanie Lena Jack 
Wagon Hill, Estate of, 4 IBIA 
156 (Oct. 17, 1975), 82 I.D. 522- 

Reynders, Richard C. & Carol J.; 
U.S. v . , 26 IBLA 131 
(July 30, 1976) 



Reynolds Mining Corp. , 39 IBLA 
405 (Mar. 2, 1979) 



Page(s) 

468, 477 

469, 492 
66 



317 



33, 
381, 



357, 372, 
394, 662 



553, 568 



Reese, Elden L. , 21 IBLA 251 
(Aug. 11, 1975) 



Reese, Eve, 25 IBLA 244 
(June 22, 1976) 



20, 436, 449, 612 



Reese, Oliver, 34 IBLA 103 
(Feb. 27, 1978) 



Reeves, Henry E. , 31 IBLA 242 
(July 18, 1977) 



57, 86, 

206, 207, 293, 296, 

297, 298, 684, 688, 

738, 744, 748, 750 



Reeves, M. J., 41 IBLA 92 

(June 4, 1979) 250, 377, 414 

Reft, Gust J., Sr. , 42 IBLA 86 

(Aug. 13, 1979) 26, 75, 123, 

139, 638, 646, 649 



Regan, Tina A. , 33 IBLA 213 
(Dec. 21, 1977) 



17, 208, 240, 
479, 620 



Reich, Harry, 27 IBLA 123 

(Sept. 30, 1976), 83 I.D. 507- 



432, 451, 

479, 498, 598 



Reichhold Energy Corp. , 

40 IBLA 134 (Mar. 29, 1979) 503, 553, 556, 581 



Reid, Helen E. , 39 IBLA 378 
(Feb. 28, 1979) 



Reinauer, Cissie A. , 29 IBLA 
295 (Mar. 30, 1977) 



497, 535, 757 
453 



Reliable Coal & Mining Co. , 

18 IBLA 342 (Jan. 13, 1975) 144 



Remme, Steven P. , 24 IBLA 23 

(Feb. 11, 1976) 39, 54, 80, 737 



Republic Oil & Mining Co. & 
Margaret V. Coombs, 35 IBLA 
212 (May 26, 1978) 



9, 21, 433, 

534, 571, 625 



Republic Steel Corp. , 5 IBMA 306 

(Dec. 16, 1975), 82 I.D. 607 236 

Reserve Oil, Inc., et al_. , 42 IBLA 

190 (Aug. 22, 19797 255, 575 



Rharrc Assoc. , 43 IBLA 317 
(Oct. 22, 1979) 



RHC Construction, Inc., Appeal of, 
IBCA-1207-9-78 (June 26, 1979) — 



Rhoads, Lester L. , 43 IBLA 380 
(Oct. 31, 1979) 



Rhodes, William E. 
(Nov. 22, 1978)- 



38 IBLA 127 



Rhule, Virginia J. (Mrs.), Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
2 OHA 138 (June 29, 1977) 

Ribbik, Eugene S., et al. , 

44 IBLA 318 (Dec. 31, 1979) 



Ricci, Charles P., 33 IBLA 288 
(Jan. 5, 1978) 



Ricci, Charles P. (On Recon- 
sideration), 34 IBLA 186 
(Mar. 21, 1978) 

Rich, Eve I. (Mrs.), Uniform Relo- 
cation Assistance Appeal of, 
1 OHA 121 (June 5, 1975) 

Richards, Norma E., 43 IBLA 288 
(Oct. 17, 1979) 



• 469, 475, 496 
172, 187 

■ 246, 350, 353 

■ 249, 376, 413 

725 



470, 494 



458, 484, 495 



459, 485, 495 



Richardson, Lamar M. , Jr. , 

42 IBLA 333 (Aug. 30, 1979) 131, 440, 



Richmond, Frances J. 
(Apr. 5, 1976) 



24 IBLA 303 



29 IBLA 137 (Mar. 3, 1977)- 



Rietmann, Van, 25 IBLA 171 
(June 14, 1976) 



Riggs, William F. , 36 IBLA 403 

(Sept. 6, 1978) 

Rilite Aggregate Co. , 26 IBLA 

197 (Aug. 11, 1976) 10, 

337, 431, 

Ring, Jake, et al., Adminis- 
trative Appeal of v. Area 
Director, Aberdeen, 6 IBIA 
137 (Aug. 10, 1977) 



526, 


- /8 
695 


• 119, 


508 


, 436, 


508 


• 627, 


732 


■ 448, 


478 


331, 
, 602, 


334, 
612 



303 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Page (a) 



Rio Blanco Natural Gas Co. , 
30 IBLA 191 (May 19, 1977), 

84 I.D. 198 518, 520, 

540, 578, 584 

R. M. Coal Co. , 7 IBMA 64 

(Oct. 27, 1976), 83 I.D. 526 234 



Roach, Jerry S. , Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 277 (Jan. 26, 1978)- 



Robbins Coal Co., 5 IBMA 268 
(Nov. 20, 1975), 82 I.D. 581- 



Roberts, Earl D. , 28 IBLA 286 
(Dec. 27, 1976) 



89, 91, 92, 

93, 94, 96, 100, 
103, 111, 538 



236 

399, 658, 743 



Rolfe, Rodney & Ronald J. , 
25 IBLA 331 (June 30, 1976), 
83 I.D. 269 



Rood, J. Sidney, 20 IBLA 319 
(June 4, 1975) 



20, 40, 

273, 277, 
432, 650, 714 



Rosebud Coal Sales Co., 37 IBLA 
251 (Oct. 18, 1978), 85 I.D. 396- 



Rosenberg, James, Administrative 
Appeal of v. Area Director, 
Portland Area Office, 6 IBIA 124 
(Aug. 1, 1977), 84 I.D. 439 



31, 43, 

46, 127, 133, 
145, 148, 338 



Roberts, J. Bernard, 21 IBLA 204 
(July 30, 1975) 



418, 658 



Ross, Arnold, Estate of, 5 IBIA 

277 (Dec. 21, 1976) 325, 326 



Robinson, Clark Joseph, Estate 
of, 7 IBIA 74 (July 26, 1978), 
85 I.D. 294 

Robinson, David, 36 IBLA 386 
(Sept. 5, 1978) 



641, 715, 716 



Robinson, Richard R., Appeal of, 
3 ANCAB 140 (Jan. 31, 1979), 



I.D. 55- 



112 



Robinson, Theresa B.; U.S. v., 
21 IBLA 363 (Aug. 25, 1975), 

82 I.D. 414 33, 39, 358, 370, 

379, 391, 403, 417, 
611, 642, 661, 679 



Robinson, William & William 

McCaskill, Phelps Dodge Corp.; 

U.S. v., 26 IBLA 137 (Aug. 2, 1976)- 

Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Co. , 
5 IBMA 51 (July 31, 1975), 
82 I.D. 368 



360, 656 



Rockar, Yolana, et^al., 19 IBLA 

204 (Mar. 19, 19757 445, 530, 

535, 539 

Rocky Mountain Construction Co. , 

Appeal of, IBCA-1091-12-75 (Aug. 17, 

1977), 84 I.D. 829 166, 168, 170, 

186, 193, 195, 641, 679 



IBCA-1091-12-75 (Nov. 4, 1977), 
84 I.D. 898 



167, 172, 

186, 197, 654 



Rodda, George, Jr., 27 IBLA 186 
(Oct. 4, 1976) 



622, 636, 

681, 682, 692 



Ross, Cecil F. , Jr.; U.S. v., 
40 IBLA 169 (Apr. 3, 1979)- 



Ross, Kenneth, 34 IBLA 61 
(Feb. 16, 1978) 



Rossman, Vera, 36 IBLA 93 
(July 12, 1978) 



Roubedeaux, Frances Acres Primeaux 
Stabler Iron, Estate of, 7 IBIA 
254 (Oct. 25, 1979) 

Routt County Development, Ltd. , 
33 IBLA 130 (Dec. 19, 1977) 



388 

459, 472 
426 



310, 312, 316 
144, 149, 258 



Rowe, Richard W., Daniel Gaudiane, 
20 IBLA 59 (Apr. 24, 1975), 
82 I.D. 174 59, 62, 63, 79, 

80, 131, 432, 434, 446, 

514, 523, 539, 540, 589, 

591, 592, 614 



Rowell, Dean W. , 33 IBLA 30 
(Nov. 22, 1977) 



458, 564, 616 



37 IBLA 387 (Nov. 6, 1978) 

37 IBLA 



428, 517, 

575, 686, 733 



Rubenstein, Kathleen A 
117 (Sept. 29, 1978) 



Rucinski, William L. 
(Aug. 1, 1979) 



42 IBLA 56 



250, 349 



Rudolph, Bertram F. , Jr. 
78 (Jan. 24, 1979) 



39 IBLA 167 (Jan. 30, 1979)- 
42 IBLA 310 (Aug. 29, 1979)- 



489 

— 3, 464 
468, 492 



37 IBLA 189 (Oct. 11, 1978)- 

Rodgers, R. E. & Barbara J.; 
U.S. v. , 32 IBLA 77 (Sept. 5 
1977) 



24, 143, 161, 

212, 346, 363, 374, 384, 
400, 407, 605, 662, 667, 687 



Rogers, Fernie M. , 29 IBLA 192 
(Mar. 18, 1977) 



Rogers, Ralph, 22 IBLA 31 
(Sept. 10, 1975) 



592 

277, 643 



Ruggiero, Margaret A. , et_ al . , 
34 IBLA 171 (Mar. 14, 1978)- 



21, 485 



Rukke, Robert A. (Registered Agent), 
Valumines, Inc., e£ al_. ; U.S. v- » 

32 IBLA 155 (Sept. 12, 1977) 35, 41, 212, 

214, 217, 290, 

332, 350, 363, 

374, 384, 396, 
407, 421, 744 



Rumpf, Edwin L. , Jr., 31 IBLA 
367 (Aug. 1, 1977) 



242, 604 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Rulland, Frank, 41 IBLA 207 
(June 27, 1979), 86 I.D. 342- 



Rush, Keith S. , 36 IBLA 76 
(July 12, 1978) 



26, 74, 79, 81, 
82, 163, 292, 
599, 669, 701 



Rushton Mining Co. , 5 IBMA 170 
(Sept. 26, 1975), 82 I.D. 457- 

6 IBMA 221 (June 29, 1976), 
83 I.D. 256 



613 

226 



6 IBMA 329 (Sept. 29, 1976), 
83 I.D. 399 



226, 227 
234 



8 IBMA 255 (Feb. 16, 1978), 
85 I.D. 63 



Russell, Dan S.; U.S. v., 

40 IBLA 309 (Apr. 30, 1979)- 



230, 231, 235 
389 



Russell, Douglas L. , et al. , 
31 IBLA 237 (July 12, 1977)- 



400, 421 



Rustin, Manley S. Betty, 28 IBLA 

205 (Dec. 6, 1976), 83 I.D. 617 150, 695 



Ryan, Prince A. , Jr. 
(Jan. 2, 1975) 



18 IBLA 286 



Rykken, Burton A. , et al., 36 IBLA 

277 (Aug. 21, 19787 462, 

Sabsevitz, Emma, 35 IBLA 177 

(May 23, 1978) 



Sagar, Roy, Uniform Relocation 
Assistance Appeal of, 3 OHA 
35 (Jan. 15, 1979) 726 



S. A. Healy Co., Appeal of, 

IBCA-944-12-71 (Mar. 31, 1976), 
83 I.D. 118 



169, 171, 196 



(Decisions starting with Saint 
(St.) see beginning of St's) 

Salmon River Cattlemen's Ass'n, 

Inc., 39 IBLA 381 (Feb. 28, 1979)- 

Samedan Oil Corp.; Cotton Petroleum 
Corp. v., 29 IBLA 13 (Feb. 8, 
1977) 1 98 



304, 305, 306 



Susan Krammes, 37 IBLA 269 

19, 1978) 545 



Sanchez, Joe I. & Celina V. 
et al_. , 32 IBLA 228 
Tsept. 20, 1977) 



150, 152, 

154, 239, 650 



42 IBLA 176 (Aug. 22, 1979)- 



37, 41, 

152, 154, 661, 672 



Sanders, Charlie F. & Jimmy W. , 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 3 OHA 73 (May 24, 
1979) 



718, 723 



San Diego, Gavino, 36 IBLA 300 
(Aug. 21, 1978) 



Sandvik, Ruth B. , 26 IBLA 97 
(July 19, 1976) 



567 

80, 82 



Sanford, Nadine H. , 31 IBLA 184 
(July 5, 1977) 



Sanford, Nora L. , 43 IBLA 74 
(Sept. 19, 1979) 



Sanford, Sallie B. , 22 IBLA 
289 (Oct. 30, 1975) 



23 IBLA 312 (Jan. 16, 1976)- 

24 IBLA 31 (Feb. 17, 1976)- 



Page(s) 
455 

77, 87, 131, 207 

442, 448, 512 

442, 532 

342, 441, 511 



Santio, Charley (Jack), Estate 
of, 4 IBLA 244 (Dec. 2, 1975)- 



Santos, Fernando C. 
(Sept. 15, 1977)- 



32 IBLA 194 



310, 320 
457, 484 



Santy, James L. , 25 IBLA 390 
(July 6, 1976) 



Sapp, Walter W. , 29 IBLA 319 
(Mar. 30, 1977) 



343, 442, 450, 
508, 532, 683 



Sarkeys, Inc., 26 IBLA 141 
(Aug. 2, 1976) 



Saupitty, Tennyson B. , Estate of, 
6 IBIA 140 (Sept. 2, 1977) 



Savoonga Native Corp. & Gambell 
Native Corp., Appeal of, 3 ANCAB 
190 (Apr. 6, 1979) 



343, 443 
508, 620 
320 

- 89, 101 



Sayer, Philip, 42 IBLA 296 
(Aug. 27, 1979) 



Saxe, Bacon & Bolan, 
40 IBLA 5 (Mar. 6, 



P.C., 
1979)- 



244, 250, 347, 
349, 411, 414 



553, 621 



Schade, Lloyd, 19 IBLA 251 
(Mar. 31, 1975) 



Schaefer, Edison T.; U.S. v . , 
29 IBLA 84 (Feb. 23, 1977)- 



Schandelmeier, John C. 
240 (Aug. 22, 1979)- 



■ 59, 83, 696 
30, 161, 361 



62, 240, 
250, 414 



Scheidt, Gilbert (Mr. & Mrs.), Uni- 
form Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of, 3 OHA 145 (Nov. 2, 1979) 



Scheidt, Wanda C. & William B., 
et^al^. , 30 IBLA 346 (June 8, 
1977) 454, 562, 615 

Schick, Robert B. , 34 IBLA 250 

(Mar. 28, 1978) 337 



Schicktanz, William S. 
20 (Aug. 31, 1977) — 



Schmidt, Victor A. G. 
394 (Sept. 5, 1978)- 



454, 562, 615 



401, 423, 745 



Schneider Minerals, Inc. & 
Aqua Pura, Inc.; U.S. v., 
36 IBLA 194 (Aug. 3, 1978)- 



355, 356 



Schnuck, Blanche (Mrs.), Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of, 3 OHA 65 (Apr. 10, 1979) 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Schnurbusch, Robert H. , 44 IBLA 

229 (Dec. 11, 1979) 555, 570 



Schoephorster, LaVeta 0. , 19 IBLA 
90 (Mar. 3, 1975) 



Schollmeyer, Herbert W. , 25 IBLA 

393 (July 6, 1976) 450, 479 



Schreter, Sidney H. , William F. 
Wopp, Jr. , 32 IBLA 148 
(Sept. 12, 1977) 



456, 499, 524 



Schulein, Robert, 41 IBLA 253 

(June 28, 1979) 575 



42 IBLA 54 (July 31, 1979)- 



Schusterman, Lynn, 29 IBLA 182 
(Mar. 18, 1977) 



Schwaab, William J. & Jean H. 
Appeal of, 4 ANCAB 17 
(Oct. 31, 1979) 



93, 97, 104 



Scona, Inc., Appeal of, 

IBCA-1094-1-76 (May 6, 1977)- 



IBCA-1094-1-76 (Dec. 28, 
1977), 84 I.D. 1019 



179, 181, 

183, 185, 190, 
194, 640, 663 



182, 639, 647, 650, 
652, 653, 655, 663 



Scott, James Edward, Sr. , & Robert 
Charles, Alaska Native Disenroll- 
ment Appeals of, 7 IBIA 157 
(June 21, 1979), 86 I.D. 333 



Scott, James H. , 25 IBLA 
(July 6, 1976) 



450, 494, 612 



Page(s) 



Seldovia Native Ass'n, Inc., 
Appeal of, 1 ANCAB 65 (July 1, 
1976), 83 I.D. 461 



Semien, Joseph W. , 41 IBLA 185 
(June 22, 1979) 



- 63, 81, 87, 
104, 114, 758 



Serencha, Helen E. , 39 IBLA 318 

(Feb. 23, 1979) 22, 489 



Serio Exploration Co. , 

26 IBLA 106 (July 26, 1976)- 



436, 545, 560 



Sessions, Inc. (A California Corp.) 
Administrative Appeal of v. Miguel, 
Richard Amado (Lessor), Lease No. 
PSL-35, 4 IBIA 84 (July 10, 1975), 
82 I.D. 331 



Seto, Don Lee & Paul'ne; U.S. 
35 IBLA 4 (May 3, 1978) 



Sexton, John J. (On Reconsidera- 
tion), 20 IBLA 187 (May 7, 1975)- 



Shaf fner, George B. , et^ al_. , 
26 IBLA 320 (Aug. 30, 1976)- 



Shaiman, Philip, 25 IBLA 177 
(June 14, 1976) 



Shanigan, Myrtle M. Jensen, 
29 IBLA 255 (Mar. 25, 1977)- 



Shapiro, Steve y_. Bishop Coal 
Co. , 6 IBMA 28 (Mar. 2, 1976), 
83 I.D. 59 



34, 41, 

362, 383, 395 



19, 446, 

556, 633, 646 



23, 337, 596 



50, 72, 

687, 688, 742 



Scott, John W. , Appeal of, 

2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978) 99 



Scudder, Hubert W. 
(May 10, 1978) — 



35 IBLA 58 



Scudder, Hubert W. , Eileen, 
36 IBLA 191 (Aug. 3, 1978)- 



Scussel, Richard C. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 3 OHA 93 (July 13, 
1 979) 



Sedgwick, Cabot, et^ al_. v. 
Parker, 0. M. , 27 IBLA 256 
(Oct. 20, 1976) 



213, 221, 360, 

373, 382, 679, 700 



Sedman, Jack, 25 IBLA 277 
(June 25, 1976) 



272, 656 



Seiler, Edwin William (On 

Reconsideration), 20 IBLA 221 
(May 9, 1975) 



Sekin, Darrell J. , 
(Mar. 30, 1979)- 



40 IBLA 156 



83, 129, 741 
462, 487 



Selby, William Henry; Kimball, 
Thomas B. v . , 20 IBLA 23 
(Apr. 16, 1975) 



55, 294, 
295, 296 



Sharp, Elizabeth A., 19 IBLA 312 
(Apr. 7, 1975) 



85, 689, 690 



Sharp, Frank W. , 35 IBLA 257 

(May 31, 1978) 151, 742 



Shear, Daphfine, David L. , 
29 IBLA 33 (Feb. 10, 1977)- 



140, 343, 

430, 443, 512 



Shear n, Michael, 24 IBLA 259 
(Mar. 29, 1976) 



341 j 441> 

447, 526 

Shedd, S. S. , Uniform Reloca- 
tion Assistance Appeal of, 
1 OHA 125 (June 20, 1975) 716, 722 



Sheehan, Harvey & Hazel 
Holland Mudon, 39 IBLA 56 
(Jan. 16, 1979), 86 I.D. 51- 



274, 276, 
613, 619 



Sheets, Martin M. , 32 IBLA 7 

(Aug. 29, 1977) 449, 479 



Sheldon, Dorothy, Estate of, 
7 IBIA 11 (Feb. 7, 1978), 
85 I.D. 31 



315, 322, 323 



Sheldon, Ella S., et al_. , 

42 IBLA 276 (Aug. 27, 1979)- 



— 26, 43, 77, 163 
292, 669, 674, 686 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Shell, Charles W. , et_ al. 
D-78-3 (Nov. 15, 1977T- 



24 



Shell Oil Co., 20 IBLA 282 
(May 27, 1975) 



446, 511, 573 



20 IBLA 292 (May 27, 1975)- 

28 IBLA 378 (Feb. 4, 1977)- 

30 IBLA 187 (May 19, 1977)- 

30 IBLA 290 (June 1, 1977)- 



4, 343, 441, 
514, 531 



344, 604, 694 
343, 443 



443, 520, 

548, 562, 578 



35 IBLA 195 (May 23, 1978)- 

36 IBLA 253 (Aug. 15, 1978)- 



Shemamy, Albin (Alvin), Estate 
of, 7 IBIA 70 (July 3, 1978)- 



Shepard, Rod, 22 IBLA 60 
(Sept. 18, 1975) 



518, 521, 

540, 580, 585 



Sherman, Al , 38 IBLA 300 
(Dec. 14, 1978) 



15, 157, 243, 

247, 249, 254, 413 



Shields, Albert, Sr. 
188 (Jan. 5, 1976)- 



Shillander, H. E. , 44 IBLA 
216 (Dec. 11, 1979) 



Sholl, Cecil R., 23 IBLA 17 
(Nov. 26, 1975) 



205, 517, 576, 686 



Short, Derrell R. , Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 298 (Feb. 13, 1978)- 



Siard, Cesar & Robert, 26 IBLA 

29 (July 8, 1976) 47, 213, 281, 

287, 714, 715 



SID Partnership, 37 IBLA 165 
(Oct. 10, 1978) 



463, 488, 525 



Sierra Construction Co. , Appeal 
of, IBCA-1 145-3-7 7 (June 7, 
1978), 85 I.D. 192 



Simeonoff, Natalie, Appeal of, 
1 ANCAB 116 (Aug. 10, 1976)- 



Page(s) 
95, 100, 108 



iimmons, Joseph, Sr. , Estate of, 
7 IBIA 43 (Mar. 31, 1978) 307, 327 



Simons, Eugene V., 26 IBLA 208 



(Aug. 16, 1976)- 



339, 429, 690, 691 



Simpson, Louis P. , et^ al_. , 
20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975)- 



Sims, James, ^42 IBLA 231 
(Aug. 22, 1979) 



49, 54, 55, 76, 80, 85 



Singer, Sol, Gretchen Capital, 
Ltd. , 35 IBLA 361 (June 23, 
1978) 



503, 556 



Sink, Charles T., 5 IBMA 217 
(Oct. 31, 1975), 82 I.D. 535- 



Sivertsen, Leonard A., Appeal of, 
1 ANCAB 294 (Jan. 14, 1977) 



Sixt, Marty E., 36 IBLA 374 
(Aug. 31, 1978) 



Sky Pilots of Alaska, Inc. , 
40 IBLA 355 (May 14, 1979)- 



Slater, Michael; U.S. v . , 
34 IBLA 31 (Feb. 14, 1978)- 



591, 592, 593, 610 



162, 216, 364, 
385, 392, 668 



Slay, Gary Lee, 18 IBLA 345 

(Jan. 14, 1975) 48, 55, 79, 735 



Sleeper, Paul H. & Fay L. , 
22 IBLA 318 (Nov. 10, 1975)- 



149, 152, 

647, 709, 710 



Smith, Bert N. , Paul W. v. Bureau 
of Land Management et_ al_. , 
36 IBLA 47 (June 30, 1978) 



Smith, David R. & Darla L. , 
33 IBLA 63 (Dec. 5, 1977)- 



Smith, Dorothy, 39 IBLA 306 
(Feb. 23, 1979) 



1, 24, 438, 549, 564 



- 10, 18, 206, 
209, 241, 377, 
402, 427, 433 



Siesta Investments, Inc., 

28 IBLA 118 (Nov. 15, 1976) 24, 208, 239, 



Silva, Floyd & Corwin, 20 IBLA 
237 (May 15, 1975) 



280, 285 



lilvera, Elmer, et^ al^. , 
42 IBLA 11 (July 25, 1979)- 



8, 335, 

419, 674, 
676, 678, 701 



Silver Chief Mining Co., Inc.; U.S. 
v., 40 IBLA 244 (Apr. 16, 1979)— 



Silver Peak Townsite (Trustee), 

30 IBLA 357 (June 10, 1977) 241, 645, 



713 



Silvertip Exploration & Mining, 
43 IBLA 250 (Oct. 10, 1979) 

Silverton, Town of, 35 IBLA 183 
(May 23, 1978), 85 I.D. 140 



— 251, 350 
8, 590, 601 



Smith, Dorothy, Keith C. Hayes, 
44 IBLA 25 (Nov. 6, 1979) 



Smith, Frederick L. , 21 IBLA 
239 (Aug. 11, 1975) 



Smith, Frederick L. , et al. , 
19 IBLA 162 (Mar. 14, 1975- 



Smith, James W. , 34 IBLA 146 
(Mar. 10, 1978) 



44 IBLA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979)- 



Smith, Jesse; U.S. \ 
10 (Feb. 8, 1977)" 



- 18, 45, 159, 
210, 397, 675 



441, 511 



159, 342, 441, 
494, 523, 526 



23, 140, 247, 
254, 639, 679 



41, 161, 361, 667 



Smith, Mardelle M. & Sherman C, 

42 IBLA 136 (Aug. 16, 1979) 44, 85, 650, 747 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Smith, Susan R. , 28 IBLA 173 

(Nov. 24, 1976) 342, 442, 452, 527 



Smith, William C, a.k.a. Bill 
Smith; U.S. v . , 29 IBLA 7 
(Feb. 8, 197 7) 



41, 161, 361, 667 



Smith, William J., Sr. , et al. 
33 IBLA 47 (Nov. 25, 1977)— 



240, 346, 

605, 739, 744 



Smitty Baker Coal Co., Inc., 
Ralph Baker, Smitty Baker, 
& P & P Coal Co.; Munsey, 
Glenn v^. , 8 IBMA 43 June 30, 
1977), 84 I.D. 336 



Smoot, Richard P. 
(Jan. 8, 1979)- 



39 IBLA 1 



3> 504, 518, 

522, 568, 595, 728 



Snider, Milo W. , 33 IBLA 42 
(Nov. 25, 1977) 



Soldierwolf, Mary, Estate of, 
5 IBIA 146 (July 13, 1976)- 



Solomon, H. Mark & Louis 

Silverman, Uniform Relocation 
Assistance Appeal of, 2 OHA 21 
(June 14, 1976) 



Sombrero Ranches, Inc. 
327 (Dec. 19, 1978)- 



38 IBLA 



Somerville, W. K. & R. D. , 
40 IBLA 9 (Mar. 9, 1979)- 



Sonnek, Emily, 21 IBLA 245 
(Aug. 11, 1975) 



Soplu, Annie, 22 IBLA 38 
(Sept. 10, 1975) 



Sorensen, Loyd, Von L. , 

Kenneth Jones, 41 IBLA 354 
(July 20, 1979) 



Sorensen, Stephen P., 22 IBLA 
258 (Oct. 24, 1975) 



Sorensen, Walter M. , 32 IBLA 
345 (Oct. 21, 1977) 



Sorenson, Verner F., 32 IBLA 
341 (Oct. 21, 197 7) 



South Cold Springs Friends Band 
Church, Uniform Relocation 
Assistance Appeal of, 1 OHA 
110 (Apr. 14, 1975) 



Southern California Motorcycle 
Club, Inc., Sierra Club, 
42 IBLA 164 (Aug. 17, 1979)— 



Southern Ohio Coal Co. , 7 IBMA 
331 (May 23, 1977), 84 I.D. 208- 



319, 320, 322 



278, 613 

145, 147 

447, 497 

- 66, 128 

271, 282 

- 52, 132 

484, 524 



-- 13, 16, 21, 

239, 433, 

457, 498, 612 



134, 205, 240, 
429, 604, 694 



Southern Ohio Coal Co.; Hatfield, 
Billy F., et al. v. , 4 IBMA 259 
(June 25, 1975), 82 I.D. 289 224, 



Page(s) 



Southern Pacific Co. , Heirs of 
Wedekind, George H., 20 IBLA 
365 (June 12, 1975) 



333, 607, 660, 670 



Southern Pacific Transportation 
Co. , 32 IBLA 218 (Sept. 19, 
1977) 



334, 608, 
663, 673 



Southern Pacific Transportation 
Co. , Donald K. Lee, Charles 
Siller v^. U.S. Forest Service, 
35 IBLA 270 (June 2, 1978) 



- 5, 42, 291, 
330, 608, 673 



Southern Pacific Transportation 
Co., Jay R. Fogal: Lloyd D. 
Hayes (Intervenor ) , 23 IBLA 
232 (Jan. 9, 1976), 83 I.D. 1- 



10, 197, 

333, 607, 671, 
713, 756 



Southern Union Exploration 

Co., 41 IBLA 81 (May 31, 1979)- 



Southern Union Production Co. , 
22 IBLA 379 (Nov. 17, 1975)- 



436, 510, 516 



— 471, 477, 497 
27 IBLA 54 (Sept. 23, 1976) 31, 261, 264, 265 



Southwestern Exploration Assoc. 
33 IBLA 240 (Dec. 28, 1977)— 



Spalding, Dexter B., 37 IBLA 4 
(Sept. 6, 1978) 



Spangler, Laura J., 35 IBLA 29 
(May 5, 1978) 



30 IBLA 265 (May 31, 1977)- 



Sparks, Mildred, 42 IBLA 155 
(Aug. 19, 1979) 



346, 375, 412 



462, 473, 488 



261, 264, 268 
129, 130, 342 



44, 76, 675 



Sparks, William J., 27 IBLA 330 

(Nov. 4, 1976), 83 I.D. 538 451, 471, 480 



Spear, Mary Nan, 25 IBLA 34 
(May 5, 1976) 



31 IBLA 386 (Aug. 16, 1977)- 



Spicer, Jim, 42 IBLA 288 
(Aug. 27, 1979) 



Spiegel, Dale A., 19 IBLA 235 
(Mar. 26, 1975) 



20, 341, 427, 441, 
449, 526, 611, 620 

342, 443, 452, 527 
243, 250, 414, 755 
-- 1, 435, 502, 505 



Spirson, Nicholas J. & Angeline, 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 2 OHA 56 (Sept. 16, 1976)- 

Squires, Ernest T., Teresita C, 

30 IBLA 288 (June 1, 1977) 



727 



483 



iH Manufacturing Co. , Appeal 
of, IBCA-1032-4-74 (May 29, 
1975) 



St. Clair, Clinton, 28 IBLA 
(Nov. 15, 1976) 



189, 193 
502 



St. Joe Minerals Corp., 

20 IBLA 272 (May 19, 1975)- 



176, 341 



St. Scholastica Academy, 

40 IBLA 175 (Apr. 3, 1979)- 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



3, 610, 617, 618 



Stabler, Virginia Kemp, Penn, Lyon, 
Webster, Woodhull (Omaha Unallotted), 
Estate of, 3 IBIA 256 (Feb. 6, 1975)- 



Stacy, Hathern Lewis, 

23 IBLA 166 (Dec. 24, 1975)- 



39, 370, 419, 658 



State of Alaska, Appeal of ( Continued ) 
1 ANCAB 351 (May 4, 1977) 

1 ANCAB 354 (May 4, 1977) 

2 ANCAB 284 (Feb. 1, 1978) 



Page(s) 

88, 100 
88, 100 
86, 117 



3 ANCAB 11 (June 20, 1978), 85 I.D. 219 93, 98 



Stagnaro, Henry, 31 IBLA 357 
(July 25, 1977) 



-- 8, 10, 411, 421, 
425, 597, 744, 748 



Stanford, Morton W. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 2 OHA 160 (Oct. 19, 1977)- 

Stark, Clyde L. & Eva G. , Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
1 OHA 115 (June 3, 1975) 



3 ANCAB 129 (Jan. 19, 1979), 

86 I.D. 45 90, 94, 101 

3 ANCAB 196 (Apr. 11, 1979), 86 I.D. 225 99 

3 ANCAB 285 (June 11, 1979) 90, 101 

3 ANCAB 294 (July 10, 1979) 90, 101 

3 ANCAB 297 (July 31, 1979), 

86 I.D. 381 90, 94, 701, 740 



Stark, S. Norman, 26 IBLA 87 
(July 19, 1976) 



Starr, W. A. & Ida Elsie Botiller, 
38 IBLA 74 (Nov. 9, 1978) 



245, 348, 351 



4 ANCAB 108 (Dec. 19, 1979)- 



State of Alaska, Dept. of Fish 
& Game, Appeal of, 1 ANCAB 
179 (Oct. 21, 1976) 



100 



Starritt, Robert P. (On Recon- 
sideration), 26 IBLA 205 
(Aug. 16, 1976) 



426, 654 



1 ANCAB 182 (Oct. 21, 1976) 88, 100 

2 ANCAB 325 (Mar. 9, 1978) 89, 101 



State of Alaska, 18 IBLA 351 

(Jan. 15, 1975) 59, 696 



19 IBLA 178 (Mar. 18, 1975)- 
19 IBLA 242 (Mar. 27, 1975)- 
19 IBLA 316 (Apr. 7, 1975)— 



735 

59, 114, 696, 701 
59, 115, 696 



10, 59, 

115, 696, 698 



State of Alaska, Dept. of 
Highways, 20 IBLA 261 
(May 19, 1975), 82 I.D. 242 630, 631, 632, 759 



40 IBLA 48 (Mar. 15, 1979)- 



646 



State of Alaska, Dept. of 
Transportation, Appeal of, 
3 ANCAB 291 (June 29, 1979)- 



90, 101 



20 IBLA 341 (June 11, 197 5)- 



60, 81, 597, 

696, 742, 747, 750 



22 IBLA 229 (Oct. 16, 1975) 62, 125, 648, 742 

35 IBLA 140 (May 22, 1978) 73, 590, 592 



40 IBLA 79 (Mar. 22, 1979) 26, 49, 73, 

163, 676 



State of Alaska, Dept. of Trans- 
portation & Public Facilities, 
Appeal of, 3 ANCAB 124 (Jan. 5, 
1979) 90, 101 

State of Alaska et^ al. , 41 IBLA 

315 (July 11, 19797, 86 I.D. 361 28, 47, 50, 

61, 75, 88, 301, 
676, 698, 757 



40 IBLA 118 (Mar. 27, 1979) 26, 49, 73, 

163, 676, 678 



41 IBLA 309 (July 5, 1979)- 



■ 61, 74, 123, 
163, 669, 676 



42 IBLA 1 (July 25, 1979) 26, 28, 47, 61, 75, 

158, 163, 676, 698, 757 



State of Alaska, Appeal of, 
1 ANCAB 10 (Oct. 6, 1975)- 



1 ANCAB 32 (May 12, 1976)— 
1 ANCAB 51 (June 18, 1976)- 



1 ANCAB 281 (Dec. 20, 1976), 
83 I.D. 685 



91, 93, 95, 
18, 106, 109 



1 ANCAB 327 (Apr. 15, 1977)- 
1 ANCAB 345 (May 4, 1977) 



88, 100 
88, 100 



1 ANCAB 348 (May 4, 197 7) 88, 100 



42 IBLA 94 (Aug. 16, 1979)- 



State of Alaska, John Nusunginya, 
28 IBLA 83 (Nov. 12, 1976) 



State of Alaska v. Bartos, 
Mattie B., 42 IBLA 269 
(Aug. 27, 1979) 



State of Alaska y_. Johnson, 
Daniel, 42 IBLA 370 
(Sept. 11, 1979), 86 I.D. 441- 



61, 76, 123, 163, 
639, 653, 659, 



- 24, 61, 72, 
86, 160, 666 



62, 63, 76, 123, 
164, 669, 677 



62, 63, 76, 

123, 164, 669, 677 



State of Alaska & Seldovia 
Native Ass'n, Inc., Appeals 
of, 2 ANCAB 1 (June 9, 1977), 
84 I.D. 349 88, 89, 91, 92, 

95, 97, 98, 100, 101, 

102, 104, 105, 107, 108, 

110, 111, 111-112, 113, 118 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page (s ) 



State of California, 29 IBLA 
132 (Feb. 23, 1977) 



710 



33 IBLA 160 (Dec. 20, 1977)- 



270, 330, 335, 
601, 680, 697 



State of Montana, 28 IBLA 124 
(Nov. 16, 1976) 



State of New Mexico, 24 IBLA 
135 (Mar. 8, 1976) 



330, 603, 
330, 



State of Utah, 22 IBLA 44 

(Sept. 15, 1975) 435, 590, 

680, 695, 698 



State of Utah, Dept. of Natural 
Resources, 38 IBLA 85 
(Nov. 15, 1978) 



25, 335, 695, 698 



State of Wyoming, 27 IBLA 137 
(Sept. 29, 1976), 83 I.D. 364- 



Steele, Douglas, 34 IBLA 344 
(Apr. 26, 1978) 



590, 608, 

679, 680, 697 



Steele, John A. , Jr. 
49 (May 29, 1979)- 



553, 582, 613 



Stefanovic, Jelenko, 26 IBLA 
229 (Aug. 17, 1976) 



Steger, Joseph E. , 20 IBLA 
206 (May 8, 1975) 



Steinbeck, Beverly J., 27 IBLA 
249 (Oct. 18, 1976) 



342, 442, 450, 526 

542, 557, 577 

437, 480, 612, 614 



Steiskal, William M. , 42 IBLA 
304 (Aug. 27, 1979) 



554, 568 



Stek, George C. , Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



Stengel, John E. , 24 IBLA 98 

(Feb. 25, 1976) 544, 

Stephens, Donald E. (Mr.), Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
2 OHA 186 (Aug. 24, 1978) 



Sterkel, Doris N., Richard L. 
30 IBLA 39 (Apr. 12, 1977)- 



23 IBLA 221 



Stevens, David E. 
(Jan. 8, 1976)- 



Stevens, Marion, 23 IBLA 280 
(Jan. 12, 1976) 



453, 537, 
561, 615 



20, 71, 635 



Stewart, Charles, 26 IBLA 160 

(Aug. 4, 1976) 17, 20, 207, 

284, 285, 427, 620 



Stewart, Joe, 33 IBLA 225 
(Dec. 28, 1977) 



151, 154, 220, 
627, 633, 714 



Stewart, John T. Ill, Harlan C. 
Altman, Jr. (Trustee), 25 IBLA 
306 (June 28, 1976), 83 I.D. 247- 



Stimatze, Phillip, 22 IBLA 309 

(Nov. 10, 1975) 543 



itoffel, Richard R.; Lamb, 
Ernest C. v. , 36 IBLA 201 
(Aug. 3, 1978) 



Page(s) 



29, 58, 162, 295, 
619, 637, 676 



Stone, Ronald E., 37 IBLA 306 
(Oct. 23, 1978) 



Stout, Douglas, Administrative 
Appeal of , v_. Comm'r, Bureau 
of Indian Affairs, 5 IBIA 260 
(Dec. 3, 1976), 83 I.D. 603 — 



Stowhy, Benjamin Harrison 
(Deceased Yakima Allottee 
No. 2455) & Estate of 
Mary G. Guiney Harrison 
(Deceased Colville Allottee 
No. S-925), Estate of, 
3 IBIA 243 (Feb. 4, 
1975), 82 I.D. 55 



308, 316 



Strang, Leona R. , 26 IBLA 144 
(Aug. 2, 1976) 



82, 614, 671 



Strang, Leona R. (Supp.), 

43 IBLA 156 (Sept. 28, 1979)- 



Stratman, Allan (President), 
Two Crow Land & Cattle Co. 
and William Row, Jr. (Manager), 
Two Crow Ranch Corp. (Appellants) 
v. Bureau of Land Management 
(Respondent), William Harris 
(Intervenor), 30 IBLA 243 
(May 31, 1977) 



281, 284, 285 



Stratman, Omar, et^ £l_. , Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 269 (Jan. 26, 1978) 



2 ANCAB 272 (Jan. 26, 1978)- 
2 ANCAB 329 (Mar. 23, 1978)- 



Stratman, Omar; U.S. \ 
352 (Oct. 30, 1978)- 



102 

102 

87, 99, 117 



85 



Streit, C. J., & Bernard J., 

44 IBLA 285 (Dec. 26, 1979) 556, 570 



Strickler, W. R. & G. R. 
267 (Oct. 26, 1976) — 



415, 420, 743 



Stroink, Norman C. , 44 IBLA 188 

(Nov. 30, 1979) 555, 583 

Strycharz, Adam M. , Anna M. , 
Claire, & Marie, Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of, 3 OHA 14 (Nov. 14, 1978) 726 



Sturdevant, Charles C. 
280 (May 22, 1975)— 



20 IBLA 



Sulphur River Exploration, Inc. , 
36 IBLA 307 (Aug. 21, 1978) 



Sun Oil Co. , 42 IBLA 254 
(Aug. 23, 1979) 



542, 557 

262, 268, 746 



26, 258, 

585, 589, 647 

Sun Studs, Inc., 27 IBLA 278 

(Oct. 26, 1976), 83 I.D. 518 14, 40, 197, 

590, 624, 627, 
629, 650 



XCVI 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Superintendent, Fort Belknap 

Agency; Area Director, Billings 
Area Office; Fort Belknap Com- 
munity Council; & Arnold Allen-- 
Pankratz, Sally Ann & Aurelia 
Spencer, Administrative Appeal 
of v. , 4 IBIA 231 (Nov. 26, 1975), 
82 I.D. 585 



Superintendent, Northern Cheyenne 
Agency, e£ al_. ; Bowen, James P., 
Administrative Appeal of y_. , 
3 IBIA 224 (Jan. 21, 1975), 
82 I.D. 19 



Superintendent of Eastern Navajo 
Agency; Lewis, Ruth Pinto, Admin- 
istrative Appeal of v. , 4 IBIA 147 
(Oct. 3, 1975), 82 I.D. 521 



592 



Superior Oil Co. , 31 IBLA 127 
(June 30, 1977) 



Supron Energy Corp. 
(Mar. 16, 1979)- 



165, 572, 589 



262, 269, 270 



Swan, George S., 39 IBLA 47 

(Jan. 16, 1979) 464, 497, 568 



Swartz, Edward H. , 27 IBLA 
308 (Oct. 29, 1976) 



31 IBLA 210 (July 6, 1977)- 



257, 605, 606 
606, 607 



Sweeney, Irwin W., 34 IBLA 205 

(Mar. 23, 1978) 248, 375, 412 



Sweet, Lillian, 37 IBLA 25 
(Sept. 14, 1978) 



433, 488, 567, 
594, 634, 678 



Swisher, E. Joe, 44 IBLA 44 
(Nov. 19, 1979) 



221, 251, 350 



Syndbad, Andy, U.S. v., 42 IBLA 

313 (Aug. 29, 1979) 24, 45, 164, 

213, 292, 367, 
651, 662, 669 



Systems Technology Associates, 
Inc., Appeal of, IBCA-1 108-4-76 
(Jan. 19, 1978), 85 I.D. 12 



181, 184, 190, 

193, 194, 197, 

216, 641, 679 



Szczepanski, Jean, 44 IBLA 206 

(Dec. 11 1979) 470, 



530 



Tanacross, Inc., Appeal of, 2 ANCAB 
379 (May 12, 1978), 85 I.D. 97 



92, 113, 
116, 118 



3 ANCAB 219 (Apr. 23, 1979), 
86 I.D. 257 



Tancredi, Leonard A. J. 
325 (Oct. 11, 1977)- 



503, 548, 563 



Tandy, Anne Burnett, et al. , 
33 IBLA 106 (Dec. 16, 1977)- 



521, 557, 
583, 584 



Tappan, John M. , Jr. , et^ al_. 
U.S. v., 25 IBLA 1 (May 5, 
1976) 



33, 359, 

371, 381, 695 



Page(s) 



Taylor, Clarion W. , Sr. & Gerald 
O'Connor; U.S. v., 19 IBLA 9 

(Feb. 20, 1975), 82 I.D. 68 28, 39, 159, 

210, 214, 217, 353, 

356, 369, 390, 393, 

660, 664, 670, 706 

Taylor, Dorothea, Appeal of, 

2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978) 99 



Taylor, Robert L. ; U.S. v., 
25 IBLA 21 (May 5, 1976)- 



33, 359, 371, 
381, 394, 661 



Tecklin, Jerry, Leonard Brackett, 

20 IBLA 308 (May 30, 1975) 13, 124, 

603, 693 

Tempest Mining Co.; U.S. v., 

40 IBLA 297 (Apr. 27, 1979) 37, 43, 388, 397 

Temple, Paul N. , 33 IBLA 98 

(Dec. 16, 1977) 506, 564, 594, 595 

Tenneco Oil Co., 29 IBLA 157 

(Mar. 7, 1977) 520, 584, 636 

36 IBLA 1 (June 27, 1978) 637, 645 

41 IBLA 195 (June 22, 1979) 



32, 46, 122, 

329, 572, 588, 638 



Tenneco Oil Co., Cordillera 
Corp., 44 IBLA 171 (Nov. 30, 
1979) 



522, 570, 

577, 582, 647 



Tenneco Oil Co., Sun Oil Co., 

21 IBLA 130 (July 14, 1975) 435, 518, 519, 577 



Tennyson, William M. , Jr. 
77 (Dec. 12, 1975) 



60, 68 



Testagrossa, Samuel J. , 25 IBLA 
64 (May 28, 1976) 



Tevuk, Dwight (Deceased), 22 IBLA 
296 (Nov. 3, 1975) 



Tevuk, Dwight ( Deceased) (On 
Reconsideration), 29 IBLA 160 
(Mar. 9, 1977) 



72, 106 



Texaco, Inc. , 33 IBLA 296 
(Jan. 10, 1978) 



- 521, 557, 583, 584 
34 IBLA 127 (Mar. 7, 1978) 521 

40 IBLA 294 (Apr. 27, 1979) 521, 557, 583, 584 



Thames, Ray H. , 31 IBLA 167 
(July 5, 1977) 



Theophilus, Anthony, 21 IBLA 
287 (Aug. 11, 1975) 



455, 472, 483, 524 
542 



Thermal Energy Co. et^ al_. , 
36 IBLA 334 (Aug. 28, 1978)- 



Thermal Resources, Inc. 
361 (Feb. 2, 1977) — 



- 17, 30, 46, 
144, 145, 147 



Thoman, William J.; Bureau of Land 
Management _v- > 41 IBLA 110 
(June 11, 1979) 



TABLE OF DECI 

Page(s) 

Thomas, Donald J., 22 IBLA 210 

(Oct. 15, 1975) 49, 52, 80, 736 

Thompson, Betty J. , 43 IBLA 174 

(Sept. 28, 1979) 45, 77, 611, 

651, 741, 747 

Thompson, Earl, 29 IBLA 218 

(Mar. 22, 1977) 482 

Thompson, Frank, 24 IBLA 105 

(Mar. 1, 1976) 544, 559 

Thompson, Robert, 34 IBLA 319 

(Apr. 24, 1978) 248, 412 

Thompson, Roberta & Richard Lee 
Burnham, 38 IBLA 333 (Dec. 20, 

1978) 18, 209, 330, 

591, 593, 610, 728 

Thornton, Charlotte L. , William M. 
Weaver, Jr. , Robert L. Smith, 

31 IBLA 3 (June 15, 1977) 455, 472, 

483, 524 

Thorp, Johnny H. (Mr.), Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
2 OHA 24 (July 2, 1976) 722 

Thorson, Inc. , Appeal of, 

IBCA-993-4-73 (June 30, 1975) 167, 185 

Throws First, Estate of, 6 IBIA 28 

(Feb. 4, 1977), 84 I.D. 253 320 

Thunderbird Coal Corp. v. Office of 
Surface Mining Reclamation d Enforce- 
ment, 1 IBSMA 85 (Jan. 18, 1979), 
86 I.D. 38 705 

Thunderbird Resources, Inc., 

20 IBLA 248 (May 16, 1975) 513, 619, 683 

Thunderbird Theater Co. , Inc. , 
Selom F. & Marian T. Burns, 
Shell Oil Co., Administrative 
Appeals of v. Comm'r, Bureau of 
Indian Affairs, et al. , 6 IBIA 
240 (Nov. 29, 1977) 305 

Tibbetts, R. Gail, et al^. , 43 IBLA 

210 (Oct. 5, 197977 86 I.D. 538 251, 348, 

377, 406, 414, 
415, 424, 430 

Tieyah, Tim, Estate of, 

7 IBIA 234 (Oct. 17, 1979) 314 

Tiffany Trust, 21 IBLA 160 

(July 21, 1975) 435, 502 

Tilden Coal Co., 7 IBMA 57 

(Oct. 15, 1976), 83 I.D. 515 233 

Timm, John L. & Ruth D. Blomgren, 

30 IBLA 317 (June 6, 1977) 20, 136, 271 

Timm, Larry Joseph; U.S. y_. , 

36 IBLA 316 (Aug. 23, 1978) 36, 212, 365, 387 

Tipperary Oil & Gas Corp. , 

35 IBLA 120 (May 15, 1978) 460, 565, 617 

Tippetts, Ronald B.; U.S. v., 

29 IBLA 348 (Mar. 31, 1977) 14, 17, 53, 84, 

126, 206, 239, 688 



XCVII 
SIONS REPORTED 

Page(s) 

Todd, Lyle W. & Eileen S. , 

26 IBLA 246 (Aug. 18, 1976) 498 

Todd, W. A., A. B. Johnson, 

28 IBLA 180 (Dec. 1, 1976) 40, 395, 399, 

420, 671, 743 

Tomalino, Joseph, August Sobotka, 

42 IBLA 117 (Aug. 16, 1979) 601, 605, 

698, 708 

Tomco, Inc. , 29 IBLA 298 

(Mar. 30, 1977) 177, 178, 

184, 196, 208 

Tony, Paul D. , 43 IBLA 245 

(Oct. 10, 1979) 78, 741, 749, 751 

Tooisgah, Phillip, Estate of, 
4 IBIA 189 (Nov. 13, 1975), 
82 I.D. 541 317, 322 

Topsekok, Rachael, 23 IBLA 314 

(Jan. 16, 1976) 72, 671, 743 

Torgramsen, William B., Appeal 

of, 2 ANCAB 371 (May 9, 1978) 101 

Tosee, Roger Moque, Estate of, 

7 IBIA 7 (Jan. 13, 1978) 318 

Town of Silverton, 35 IBLA 183 

(May 23, 1978), 85 I.D. 140 8, 590, 601 

Towne, Edward B., 21 IBLA 304 

(Aug. 14, 1975) 128, 262, 263 

Townsend, H. L. , 26 IBLA 175 

(Aug. 6, 1976) 627, 631 

Townsend, R. C. Jim (On Recon- 
sideration), 18 IBLA 407 
(Feb. 10, 1975) 369, 398, 415, 741 

Townsite of Liberty, 40 IBLA 

317 (Apr. 30, 1979) 244, 253, 713 

Trainor, Shelley Anne, 21 IBLA 

326 (Aug. 14, 1975) 643, 659 

Trask, Mark X., 32 IBLA 395 

(Nov. 9, 1977) 21, 242, 273, 

275, 276, 279, 280 

Trayer Engineering Corp. , Appeal 
of, IBCA-1 100-3-76 (Mar. 31, 
1977), 84 I.D. 164 172, 179, 195 

Trigg, Pauline V., John H., 

31 IBLA 296 (July 22, 1977) 543, 558, 579 

Triplett, Richard L. II, 

32 IBLA 369 (Oct. 31, 1977) 549 

Tripp, Merlin W. , Sr. , 21 IBLA 

85 (June 27, 1975) 299 

Trujillo, Rosita, 20 IBLA 54 

(Apr. 24, 1975) 435, 446, 514 

21 IBLA 289 (Aug. 11, 1975) 513, 530, 732 

Trull, Beverly, 25 IBLA 157 

(June 10, 1976) 40, 394, 

399, 411, 420, 
633, 671, 748 



Tsalote, George, Estate of, 
7 IBIA 261 (Oct. 30, 1979) — 



Tucker & Snyder Exploration, Inc. , 
43 IBLA 235 (Oct. 10, 1979) 



Tugatuk, Anuska, 23 IBLA 182 
(Jan. 5, 1976) 



Tully, F. M. , 37 IBLA 62 
(Sept. 18, 1978) 



39 IBLA 137 (Jan. 29, 1979)- 



Turcsan, Sara, Donni 
(Jan. 23, 1976) — 



23 IBLA 370 



Turner, James H. (Trustee), Sara 
Ann Lawrence Trust, 41 IBLA 360 
(July 20, 1979) 



Tussio, Domenico A., et al. , 
30 IBLA 92 (Apr. 29, 1977)- 



37 IBLA 132 (Oct. 4, 1978)- 



Tussio, Domenico, e_t ux. , 
24 IBLA 141 (Mar. 8, 1976)- 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



310, 315, 

318, 322, 325 



517, 614, 735 
70 



521, 585 



140, 240, 

535, 746, 751 



290, 684, 708, 709 
708, 709 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Boise Cascade Corp., 3 OHA 97 
(July 31, 1979) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Borsellino, Joyce R. (Mrs.), 
Guardian for Leroy Albert Borsellino, 
Salvadore Anthony Borsellino, & 
Ruthellyn Borsellino, Minor Children, 
2 OHA 8 (May 11, 1976) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Bowman, Bernard W. & Ruth W. , 
2 OHA 142 (Aug. 8, 1977) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Bragg, James L. (Mrs.), 3 OHA 44 
(Feb. 1, 1979) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Brammer, Doris V. (Ms.), 3 OHA 85 
(July 5, 1979) 



Page(s) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Brewer, Alpha 0. (Mrs.), 2 OHA 1 
(Mar. 30, 1976) 723 

Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Burnett, Robert L. , Jr., (Mr. 
& Mrs.), 3 OHA 1 (Nov. 6, 1978) 718, 726 



Tustis, Johnny Bill, Estate of, 
7 IBIA 9 (Jan. 30, 1978) 



Twist, Basil R., 19 IBLA 75 
(Feb. 26, 1975) 



Ukpeagvik Inupiat Corp. , Appeal 
of, 1 ANCAB 185 (Nov. 1, 1976)- 

Underground Utility Services, 
Appeal of, IBCA-1047-11-74, 
IBCA-1089-11-75 (Dec. 28, 1977)- 



Underwood, C. Fred, et^ al_. ; U.S. 
v., 22 IBLA 62 (Sept. 18, 1975)- 

Uniform Relocation Assistance 

Appeal of Abercrombie, Gerald L. 
(Mr. & Mrs.), 3 OHA 104 (Aug. 9, 
1979 ) 



238, 606, 607 



167, 170, 

172, 173, 175, 

179, 183, 190, 

193, 195, 641 



354, 358, 391 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Busacker, Illys M. , 2 OHA 109 
(Apr. 21, 1977) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Cooley, Othel (Bill) & Leah, 
1 OHA 280 (Feb. 11, 1976) 



724 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Danneman, William & Mary, 1 OHA 
170 (Sept. 18, 1975) 717, 719, 721, 724 

Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Dearing, James (Mr.), 2 OHA 181 
(June 21, 1978) 721 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Dumonceaux, Marcel J. (Mr.), 
3 OHA 63 (Apr. 9, 1979) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Gallagher, Benjamin F., 1 OHA 106 
(Feb. 24, 1975) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Ackley, Fritz & Lucille J., 
1 OHA 163 (Sept. 2, 1975) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Allen, Alden E. (Mr.), 2 OHA 123 
(June 13, 1977) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Baysinger, Larry R. , 2 OHA 153 
(Sept. 20, 197 7) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Bird, Clair J. (Mr.), 3 OHA 69 
(Apr. 20, 1979) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Blackwell, Wayne & Icelene, 
2 OHA 117 (May 3, 1977) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Gelb, Sidney, 2 OHA 59 (Sept. 22, 
1976) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Grantham, David Martin, 1 OHA 130 
(July 2, 1975) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Grudosky, Richard (Mr. & Mrs.), 
2 OHA 210 (Sept. 18, 1978) 

Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeals 
of Grummon, Richard R. (Mr.), 2 OHA 
113 (Apr. 29, 1977) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Hall, Harold T. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
2 OHA 102 (Nov. 22, 1976) 722, 725 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page (a) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Halles, Lona (Mrs.), 2 OHA 156 
(Oct. 17, 1977) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Hammett, Maynard (Mr. & Mrs.), 
2 OHA 164 (Nov. 23, 1977) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Hanson, Ole (Mr.), 2 OHA 106 
(Nov. 29, 1976) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Hawkes, Eugene J. & Barbara E. , 
2 OHA 28 (July 7, 1976) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Hines, Lutcher D. , 2 OHA 12 
(June 3, 1976) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Hinkle, Iolyn J. & Ruth J., 
2 OHA 206 (Sept. 6, 1978) 718, 722 

Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Hosick, Robert H., 3 OHA 127 
(Aug. 23, 1979) 719 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Houston, John E. , 1 OHA 157 
(Aug. 8, 1975) 



717, 722, 724 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Ireland, Michael H. (Sergeant 
& Mrs.), 1 OHA 256 (Dec. 3, 1975)- 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Jennings, Bobby Wayne & Helen, 
1 OHA 78 (Jan. 7, 1975) 719 



Page(s) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Lundberg, Carl A., 1 OHA 226 
(Oct. 14, 1975) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of McDonald, Scott (Mr. & Mrs.), 
3 OHA 39 (Feb. 1, 1979) 719 

Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Martin, Barry Wayne (Mr.), 2 OHA 
169 (Mar. 30, 1978) 



718> 

725, 728 

Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Marvin L. Nunes & Co. (A Partner- 
ship of Mrs. Tessie D. Nunes Brazil 
& Mr. Marvin L. Nunes); Appeal of 
Mr. Marvin L. & Mrs. Vivian H. Nunes 
(Tenants); & Protest of Mr. Domingos 
& Mrs. Navare Machado (Tenants), 

2 OHA 35 (Sept. 9, 1976) 718, 

720, 727 

Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Matney, Frank (Mr. & Mrs.), 2 OHA 
92 (Oct. 4, 1976) 



718, 

721, 724 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of M. L. Nunes Co. et^ aK , 3 OHA 152 
(Nov. 9, 1979) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Morrison, Frederick W. (Mr. & 
Mrs.), 2 OHA 147 (Aug. 9, 1977) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Muldowney, John C. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
3 OHA 47 (Mar. 16, 1979) 721, 726 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Jennings, S. R. , 1 OHA 218 
(Sept. 19, 1975) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Johnson, James S., 3 OHA 131 
(Aug. 29, 1979) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Harow, Earl A. & Carol J., 1 OHA 
259 (Jan. 7, 1976) 



724 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Kobbs, Edward & Josephine, 1 OHA 

229 (Nov. 13, 1975) 717, 720, 

721, 724 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Neuschwanger , Dennis F. (Mr.), 
2 OHA 183 (June 22, 1978) 721 

Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Numerous Navajo Persons Who 
Reside on Black Mesa in Arizona, 
1 OHA 292 (Mar. 15, 1976) 717 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Olsen, Harold W. & Willomene, 
1 OHA 221 (Sept. 24, 1975) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Olson, Harold W. & Willodene, 
1 OHA 273 (Jan. 15, 1976) 723 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Kurowski, Edward W. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
3 OHA 19 (Dec. 12, 1978) 726 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Peters, Donald F. & Sharon L., 
2 OHA 97 (Nov. 22, 1976) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Landis, Ervin P. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
3 OHA 89 (July 5, 1979) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Rhule, Virginia J. (Mrs.), 2 OHA 
138 (June 29, 1977) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Lennox, Dorothea C. (Ms.), 2 OHA 
18 (June 14, 1976) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Rich, Eve I. (Mrs.), 1 OHA 121 
(June 5, 1975) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Leonard, George P. (Mr.), 2 OHA 
135 (June 22, 1977) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Lewis, Timothy G. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
3 OHA 79 (June 27, 1979) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 

of Sagar, Roy, 3 OHA 35 (Jan. 15, 1979)- 

Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Sanders, Charlie F. & Jimmy W. , 
3 OHA 73 (May 24, 1979) 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Scheidt, Gilbert (Mr. & Mrs.), 
3 OHA 145 (Nov. 2, 197 9) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Schnuck, Blanche (Mrs.), 3 OHA 65 
(Apr. 10, 1979) 



716, 727 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Scussel, Richard C. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
3 OHA 93 (July 13, 1979) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Shedd, S. S., 1 OHA 125 (June 20, 
1975) 716, 722 

Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Solomon, H. Mark & Louis Silverman, 
2 OHA 21 (June 14, 1976) 718 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of South Cold Springs Friends Band 
Church, 1 OHA 110 (Apr. 14, 1975)— 

Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Spirson, Nicholas J. & Angeline, 
2 OHA 56 (Sept. 16, 1976) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Stanford, Morton W. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
2 OHA 160 (Oct. 19, 1977) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Stark, Clyde L. S, Eva G. , 1 OHA 
115 (June 3, 1975) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Stephens, Donald E. (Mr.), 2 OHA 
186 (Aug. 24, 1978) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Strycharz, Adam M. , Anna M. , 
Claire, & Marie, 3 OHA 14 (Nov. 14, 
1978) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Thorp, Johnny H. (Mr.), 2 OHA 24 
(July 2, 1976) 



716, 723 



Page(s) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Wright, Frank, 3 OHA 121 
(Aug. 14, 1979) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Zagar, Harold S. Beverly, 3 OHA 
137 (Oct. 10, 1979) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Zeller, Marvin E. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
3 OHA 82 (June 27, 1979) 



Union Carbide Corp.; U.S. v^. , 
31 IBLA 72 (June 24, 1977), 
84 I.D. 309 339, 691 

Union Oil Co., 38 IBLA 373 

(Dec. 29, 1978) 12, 259, 263, 265, 

266, 291, 641 

United Mine Workers of America 
v. Inland Steel Co., 6 IBMA 71 
(Mar. 17, 1976), 83 I.D. 87 



237 



United Mine Workers of America 
(Local Union No. 1993) v. 
Consolidation Coal Co. , 8 IBMA 
1 (June 3, 1977), 84 I.D. 254 225 



United Park City Mines Co. , 
33 IBLA 358 (Jan. 18, 1978)- 



United States Pumice Co.; U.S. 
v., 37 IBLA 153 (Oct. 5, 1978)- 



United States Steel Corp. , 4 IBMA 
175 (May 19, 1975), 82 I.D. 246- 



5 IBMA 293 (Dec. 12, 1975), 
82 I.D. 602 



14, 121, 126, 254, 
605, 606, 657 



47, 329, 

366, 668, 676 



7 IBMA 109 (Nov. 29, 1976), 
83 I.D. 584 



8 IBMA 156 (Sept. 30, 1977), 
84 I.D. 825 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Vines, Thomas E. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
3 OHA 161 (Dec. 17, 1979) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Walters, Daniel W. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
1 OHA 265 (Jan. 12, 1976) 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Wasley, William G. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
3 OHA 141 (Oct. 12, 1979) 726 

Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of White, Elizabeth B. , M.D. , 2 OHA 
203 (Aug. 30, 1978) 719 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Whitlock, Virginia, 3 OHA 77 
(June 18, 1979) 7 21 

Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Wilkin, Alden W. , Sr. (Mr. & 
Mrs.), 1 OHA 137 (July 15, 1975) 723 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of Wilmot, James R. , 1 OHA 86 
(Feb. 12, 1975) 727 



8 IBMA 230 (Dec. 21, 1977), 
84 I.D. 1003 



United States Fish & Wildlife 
Service, Appeal of, 1 ANCAB 
341 (Apr. 28, 1977) 



2 ANCAB 223 (Dec. 20, 1977)- 

2 ANCAB 227 (Dec. 20, 1977)- 

2 ANCAB 231 (Dec. 20, 1977)- 

2 ANCAB 235 (Dec. 20, 1977)- 

2 ANCAB 239 (Dec. 20, 1977)- 

2 ANCAB 243 (Dec. 20, 1977)- 



United States Fish & Wildlife 

Service, 2 ANCAB 264 (Jan. 23, 1978)- 



88 


100 


86 


117 


86 


117 


86 


117 


86 


117 


86 


117 


86 


117 


86 


117 



United States Forest Service; 
Southern Pacific Transportation 
Co. , Donald K. Lee, Charles 
Siller v., 35 IBLA 270 (June 2, 

1978) 5, 42, 291, 

330, 608, 673 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



UNITED 



VERSUS 



U.S. v- Alexander, William T. 
(On Court Remand), 41 IBLA 1 
(May 21, 1979) 



440, 466, 
530, 686 



U.S. y. American Fluorspar 
Group, Inc. , 25 IBLA 136 
(June 7, 1976) 



U.S. v. Arcand, Ruth, et al. , 
23 IBLA 226 (Jan. 9, 1976)- 



359, 372, 381, 
390, 407, 622 



33, 358, 370, 379 



U.S. v. Arizona Mining & Refin- 
ing Co., Inc., et_ al^. , 27 IBLA 
99 (Sept. 29, 1976) 



U.S. v. Ax, Ted G. , 43 IBLA 
146 (Sept. 28, 1979) 



- 24, 40, 160, 

211, 360, 

372, 382, 

395, 662, 666 



37, 217, 368, 
389, 404, 730 



U.S. v. Baker, Melton E. 
319 (Jan. 19, 1976) 



354, 370, 

380, 391, 392 



U.S. v. Bartell, A. 0., 31 IBLA 

47 "Dune 23, 1977) 35, 41, 

346, 362, 374, 
418, 663, 706 



U.S. y_. Beaird, Charles Thomas, 
31 IBLA 203 (July 6, 1977) 



53 



U.S. v. Beal, Robert W. , 

23 IBLA 378 (Feb. 4, 1976) 33, 354, 355, 

356, 358, 371, 
380, 391, 403, 418 



U.S. v. Bechthold, Alex, 
25 IBLA 77 (June 1, 1976)- 



U.S. v. Becker, James, 
33 IBLA 301 (Jan. 10, 
1978) 



- 34, 211, 215, 
334 359, 371, 
381, 390, 394, 
407, 662, 665 



25, 33, 121, 

357, 375, 385, 637 

U.S. y_. Bellamy, Carl, 

25 IBLA 50 (May 14, 1976) 33, 159, 

345, 359, 665 

U.S. v. Bolinder, Glenn C. 
& L. 0. Turner, et al. , 
28 IBLA 187 (Dec. 6, 1976), 
83 I.D. 609 



U.S. v. Bowen, Arthur C. W. 
(Deceased) Estate of, & 
Superior Perlite Mines, Inc. 
(Contestees), Harborlite Corp. 
(Intervenor), 38 IBLA 390 
(Jan. 8, 1979) 



161, 354, 361, 
403, 417, 667 



347, 405, 407, 
410, 417, 757 



U.S. v. Boyd, Jack Zemmy, Jr., 

39 IBLA 321 (Feb. 27, 1979) 5, 37, 54, 

85, 127, 591 



U.S. v- Brandt, Ed, 21 IBLA 166 
(July 22, 1975) 



U.S. y_. Brunker, Brent J., 
36 IBLA 36 (June 27, 1978)- 



Page(s) 



355, 356, 357, 
393, 639, 649 



162, 365, 668 



U.S. y_. Bryant, Joe W. , 
25 IBLA 247 (June 23, 



1976) 56, 159, 294, 

296, 665, 755 



U.S. y_. Burns, Loren E., et al. 
38 IBLA 97 (Nov. 20, 1978) — 



36, 43, 

366, 376, 387 

U.S. v. Burt, John B., et al. , 

43 IBLA 363 (Oct. 29, 1979) 37, 45, 214, 

217, 221, 292, 350, 
368, 378, 389, 397, 664 



U.S. v. Bush, Henry Jay, 40 IBLA 
106 (Mar. 27, 1979) 



U.S. v. Caldwell, Doris Conger, 
33 IBLA 153 (Dec. 19, 1977) — 



- 36, 54, 641 
238, 385, 392 



U.S. v. Casey, John J., 22 IBLA 
358 (Nov. 14, 1975), 82 I.D. 546- 



- 30, 38, 
286, 329 



U.S. v. Chappell, William Lavon, 

et al_., 42 IBLA 74 (Aug. 13, 1979) 37, 44, 

214, 367, 377, 
389, 397, 423, 
664, 740, 747 



U.S. v. Cichetti, Roger & 
Stephanie, 36 IBLA 124 
(July 25, 1978) 



35, 162, 216, 

365, 385, 396, 668 



U.S. v. Clark, Herbert, 18 IBLA 
368 (Jan. 30, 1975) 



32, 356, 369, 379 



U.S. v. Conner, Emma Elizabeth & 
Walter T. Nolte, as the Heirs of 
R. W. Speer, a Last Known Director 
of the Arlington Gold Mine Co. 
(Contestee), 31 IBLA 173 (July 5, 
1977) 



U.S. y_. Connolly, Edward J., Jr., 
Idaho Fish & Game Dept. (Inter- 
venor), 40 IBLA 30 (Mar. 15, 
1979) 



U.S. v- Cooley, John A., 

43 IBLA 276 (Oct. 15, 1979)- 



34, 161, 

215, 362, 
374, 383, 667 



12, 344, 412, 
418, 425, 748 



U.S. v. Crismon, Thelma 0. , 
34 IBLA 381 (May 2, 1978)- 



U.S. v. Crow, Jerry L. , 

28 IBLA 345 (Jan. 24, 1977)- 



34, 41, 362, 
383, 395 



42, 290, 396 



U.S. v_. Denham, Bradley F. , 
29 IBLA 185 (Mar. 18, 1977)- 



361, 373, 382, 

395, 407, 662, 695 



U.S. y. Dietemann, Aloys A. & 
Doris E. L. , 26 IBLA 356 
(Sept. 8, 1976) 



34, 332, 

372, 382, 407 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



U.S. v. Dillman, Clayton A. & 
Jean P., 36 IBLA 358 (Aug. 31, 
1978) 



U.S. v. Diven, Ernest F. & 
Richard J. T. Anderson, 
32 IBLA 361 (Oct. 25, 1977)- 



25, 365, 
387, 668 



14, 29, 38, 

41, 364, 375, 
384, 396, 428, 685 



U.S. y_. Edeline, George R. 
et al_. , 24 IBLA 34 (Feb. 
1976) 



39, 380, 

393, 661, 671 



39 IBLA 236 (Feb. 13, 1979)- 



367, 377, 
388, 390 



U.S. v. Estate of Bowen, Arthur C. 
W. TDeceased) & Superior Perlite 
Mines, Inc. (Contestees) Harbor- 
lite Corp. (Intervenor), 38 IBLA 
390 (Jan. 8, 1979) 



347, 405, 407, 

410, 417, 757 

U.S. v_. Fichtner, Gary C, 
e_t al . , 24 IBLA 128 (Mar. 3, 
1976) 380, 393, 661 

U.S. v. Fisher, Paul P. & Buel B., 

37 IBLA 80 (Sept. 22, 1978) 22, 30, 39, 

42, 46, 157, 

158, 162, 366, 

376, 387, 685 

U.S. y_. Fleming, A. B. , et al. , 

20 IBLA 83 (Apr. 24, 1975) 23, 205, 

357, 369, 
379, 621, 665 

U.S. y_. Frees e, Andrew L. II, 

37 IBLA 7 (Sept. 6, 1978) 



15, 36, 

366, 376, 387, 
397, 674, 685 



U.S. (Contestant) v. Frisco, 
Earl & Sandra S. Young (Con- 
testees), 32 IBLA 248 
(Sept. 21, 1977) 



35, 41, 212, 

214, 363, 384, 
395, 656, 663, 679 



U.S. v. Garner, Fred & Eileen, 
30 IBLA 42 (Apr. 18, 1977)— 



34, 41, 362, 

383, 395, 409, 
420, 590, 684 

U.S. v. Gassaway, Elbert, 

43 IBLA 382 (Oct. 31, 1979) 23, 32, 

397, 412, 424, 

425, 597, 639, 

675, 749 



U.S. v. Gay, Catherine E., 
36 IBLA 148 (July 31, 1978)- 



- 34, 42, 365, 
375, 386, 396 



U.S. v. Gayanich, John, 36 IBLA 
111 (July 14, 1978) 



- 15, 21, 29, 
30, 137, 162, 
365, 597, 634 



U.S. v. Gold Placers, Inc., 
25 IBLA 368 (July 6, 1976)- 



359, 372, 
381, 666 



Page(s) 



U.S. v. Grigg, Golden, et al. , 
19 IBLA 379 (Apr. 7, 1975), 
82 I.D. 123 5, 

U.S. v. Guild, Clark J., et al., 

34 IBLA 387 (May 3, 1978) 



U.S. \j. Hagg, Frederick A., et al_. 
29 IBLA 128 (Feb. 23, 19777^ 



199, 201, 755 



-- 34, 41, 
, 383, 395 



361, 667 



U.S. v. Hallenbeck, C. V., e^ al_. 
21 IBLA 296 (Aug. 11, 1975) 



U.S. v. Hanson, Ben, 26 IBLA 
300 (Aug. 27, 1976) 



391 

382 



U.S. v. Harder, Emmett C. , 

42 IBLA 206 (Aug. 22, 1979) 35, 

U.S. v. Harling, Leslie & 

William, 32 IBLA 29 (Aug. 31, 
1977) 3C 



U.S. v. Harris, Jack C. , Jill L. 
38 IBLA 137 (Nov. 29, 1978) 



■ 33, 353, 

357, 379, 

393, 661 



395, 672 
365, 386 



U.S. v. Hawkeswood, James et^ al_. 
41 IBLA 245 (June 27, 1979) 



U.S. v. Heden, Gerald D. et^ al . , 
19 IBLA 326 (Apr. 7, 1975) 



U.S. v. Highley, Wayne E., 
30 IBLA 21 (Apr. 7, 1977)- 



34, 
383, 


Al, 
395, 


362, 
673 


36, 

388, 


366, 
407, 


376, 
, 418 


163, 


367, 


, 669 


353, 


369 ; 


, 379 




332, 

, 407 


361, 
, 642 


373 



U.S. v. Hill, Barbara Jean, 
33 IBLA 395 (Jan. 30, 1978)- 



U.S. y_. Hor8tmeier, Edna, 
42 IBLA 33 (July 26, 1979)- 



163, 367, 669 



U.S. v. Hunt, George J. & 
A. M. Goodwin, 29 IBLA 86 
(Feb. 23, 197 7) 34, 361, 382, 395, 662 



U.S. v. Hunter, Albert S. et al ■ 
22 IBLA 28 (Sept. 10, 1975) 



-- 30, 159, 358 



U.S. v. Johnson, Beatrice Ann, 
33 IBLA 121 (Dec. 19, 1977)- 



U.S. v^. Johnson, Bert L. , 

23 IBLA 349 (Jan. 21, 1976)- 



■ 35, 
385, 



■ 16, 
344, 
, 622, 



41, 364, 
396, 672 



207, 239, 
358, 370, 
665, 728 



U.S. v. Johnson, Leroy S. et al_. 
39 IBLA 337 (Feb. 28, 1979) — 



U.S. v. Kiggins, Evelyn M. et al. , 
24 IBLA 187 (Mar. 18, 1976) 



-- 28 

333, 

623 



, 39, 138, 
388, 405, 
, 638, 708 



(Jan. 26, 1979)- 



U.S. v. King, David L. et al. 
34 IBLA 15 (Feb. 10, 1978T- 



364, 
405 



358, 394 
407, 409 



385, 396, 
410, 668 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



U.S. v. Kingdon, Richard H. 
& Edith F. , 36 IBLA 11 
(June 27, 1978) 



■vi 



- 29, 42, 
386, 673 



U.S. ;v. Kinsley Ranch Resort, 
Inc. , et al_. , 20 IBLA 14 

(Apr. 16, 1975) 210, 214, 356, 

379, 390, 407 



U.S. v. Knecht, Russ, 39 IBLA 
8 (Jan. 8, 1979) 



33, 366, 397 



U.S. v_. Knox-Arizona Corp., 
44 IBLA 297 (Dec. 31, 1979)- 

U.S. v. Lambeth, Gaylord 
et al.. , 37 IBLA 107 
(Sept. 29, 1978) 



38, 213, 369, 390 



U.S. y_. Larsen, Joseph & 
Ferris, 36 IBLA 130 
(July 25, 1978) 



U.S. v. Lauch, Signa et al. , 
24 IBLA 354 (Apr. 26, 1976)- 



17, 35, 206, 

209, 240, 365, 386 



381, 394 



Page(s) 



U.S. v. Mangum, David F. & 
Donald D. DeGuerre, 35 IBLA 
131 (May 22, 1978) 120, 644, 658 

U.S. _v. Mansfield, Margaret, 

35 IBLA 95 (May 15, 1978) 354, 392 



U.S. \j. Marion, Michael B., 
37 IBLA 68 (Sept. 18, 1978)- 



36, 216, 366, 

387, 392, 395, 664 



U.S. v. Mattox, Florence J., 
36 IBLA 171 (July 31, 1978)— 



35, 365, 386, 
396, 664, 673 



U.S. y_. Melluzzo, Frank & Wanita, 
38 IBLA 214 (Dec. 7, 1978), 
85 l.D. 441 



U.S. v. Melluzzo, Frank & Wanitj 
(Supp. on Judicial Remand), 
32 IBLA 46 (Sept. 2, 1977) 



U.S. v. Miles, Wesley C, Sr. , 
36 IBLA 213 (Aug. 3, 1978) — 



35, 211, 217, 

219, 220, 354, 
363, 374, 384, 404 



33, 365, 386 



U.S. v. Libby, Cliff, 24 IBLA 
39 (Feb. 19, 1976) 



U.S. y_. Livingston Silver, Inc., 
43 IBLA 84 (Sept. 19, 1979) 



U.S. v. Long Beach Salt Co. 
23 IBLA 41 (Dec. 2, 1975)- 



U.S. y_. Long, Howard D. , 

Dolores M. Killion, 43 IBLA 
150 (Sept. 28, 1979) 



U.S. v. Lost Polack Mining 
Ass'n. , 38 IBLA 101 (Nov. 20, 
1978) 



159, 344, 358, 665 
4 19 



333, 337, 379, 
393, 398, 427 



123, 137, 397, 675 



U.S. v. Mine Development Corp. 
e£al_. , 27 IBLA 238 (Oct. 18 
1976) 



U.S. v. Mineral Economics Corp. 
34 IBLA 258 (Mar. 30, 1978)— 



14, 24, 40, 

137, 160, 289, 

360, 372, 432, 

434, 633, 666, 

672, 684 



387, 397, 674 



U.S. y_. Morris, G. Patrick 
et^ al. , 19 IBLA 350 (Apr. 7, 
1975T, 82 l.D. 146 199, 201, 755, 757 



U.S. v. Morton, John C. et al. , 
32 IBLA 263 (Sept. 27, 1977)- 



U.S. v_. Maclver, Charles J. 
et^ al_. , 20 IBLA 352 (June 11, 
197 5) 



U.S. v. McClurg, Gwendolyn 
et al.., 31 IBLA 8 (June 15, 
197 7) 



U.S. y_. McCormick, Melvin, 
27 IBLA 65 (Sept. 29, 1976)- 



U.S. v. McElwaine, Robert B. 
26 IBLA 20 (July 7, 1976)- 



33, 357, 

379, 393, 660 



- 14, 34, 345, 
362, 373, 383 



354, 355, 403 

20, 359, 394, 408 



U.S. v. Nelson, Leonard F. (Supp. 
I), 28 IBLA 314 (Jan. 14, 1977)- 



56, 296, 298 



U.S. v^. Netherlin, Lewis L. & 
Gabriele, 33 IBLA 86 (Dec. i 



1977) 375, 385, 

421, 744 



U.S. v_. Nicholson, Lee et al. , 

31 IBLA 224 (July 7, 1977) 221, 362, 

374, 383, 663 

U.S. y_. Niece, Bonda & Leslie, 

33 IBLA 290 (Jan. 10, 1978) 161, 218, 

364, 375, 668 



U.S. v. McHenry, Edward T. 
et al. , 43 IBLA 122 
(Sept. 26, 1979) 



33, 348, 365, 389, 685 



U.S. v_. McKenzie, Howard S., 
20 IBLA 38 (Apr. 17, 1975)— 



29 IBLA 270 (Mar. 28, 1977)- 



29, 32, 

210, 215, 357, 
393, 660, 670 



34, 215, 

361, 382, 662 



U.S. v. O'Callaghan, Lloyd, 
Sr. , et al_. , 29 IBLA 333 
(Mar. 31, 1977) 



161, 211, 

215, 354, 362, 373, 
379, 392, 662, 667 



U.S. v^. Osborne, J. R. et_ al. 
(Supp. on Judicial RemandT, 

28 IBLA 13 (Nov. 8, 1976) 34, 160, 211, 

214, 217, 219, 221, 
354, 360, 373, 391 



U.S. v. Maley, John L. & 
James F. Pagel, 29 IBLA 
201 (Mar. 22, 1977) 



345, 382, 

395, 605, 744 



U.S. v. Paden, Ray, 33 IBLA 
380 (Jan. 25, 1978) 



44 IBLA 253 (Dec. 19, 1979)- 



332, 408 
332, 408 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



U.S. v. Page, Ralph et al. , 
43 IBLA 390 (Oct. 31, 1979)- 



U.S. v. Parsons, John R. , 

33 IBLA 326 (Jan. 16, 1978)- 



37, 217, 368, 

389, 747, 749, 750 



364, 408, 668 



U.S. v. Peck, Thomas J. et al. , 
29 IBLA 357 (Mar. 31, 1977), 

84 I.D. 137 34, 345, 

362, 395, 403, 
417, 663, 754 



U.S. v^. Pittsburgh Pacific Co., 
30 IBLA 388 (June 15, 1977), 
84 I.D. 282 



47, 203, 219, 

362, 373, 383, 
392, 409, 429, 641 



U.S. v. Pope, John W. , 25 IBLA 
199 (June 16, 1976) 



U.S. v. Pope, John W. (On Recon- 
sideration), 27 IBLA 133 
(Sept. 30, 1976) 



U.S. v. Porter, John S. 
37 IBLA 313 (Oct. 25, 



1978)- 



U.S. v. Prock, Jerry et al. , 
39 IBLA 148 (Jan. 29, 1979)- 



U.S. v. Puccinelli, Cecilia, 
44 IBLA 266 (Dec. 19, 1979)- 



355, 356 



- 36, 43, 221, 
387, 397, 664 



28, 122, 162, 

367, 597, 638, 668 



U.S. v. Russell, Dan S. 
309 (Apr. 30, 1979) — 



U.S. v. Schaefer, Edis 
29 IBLA 84 (Feb. 23, 



1977) 30, 161, 



U.S. y_. Schneider Minerals, 
Inc. & Aqua Pura, Inc. , 
36 IBLA 194 (Aug. 3, 1978) 355, 

U.S. v^. Seto, Don Lee & 

Pauline, 35 IBLA 4 (May 3, 

1978) 



U.S. v^. Silver Chief Mining Co., 
Inc., 40 IBLA 244 (Apr. 16, 1979)- 



U.S. v. Slater, Michael, 34 IBLA 



31 TFeb. 14, 1978)- 



34, 

362, 383, 



162, 216, 
385, 392, 



41, 
395 



364, 
668 



U.S. v. Smith, Jesse, 29 IBLA 
10 (Feb. 8, 1977) 



41, 161, 361, 667 



U.S. v. Smith, William C, 
a.k.a. Bill Smith, 29 IBLA 
7 (Feb. 8, 1977) 41, 161, 361, 

U.S. v^. Stratman, Omar, 37 IBLA 

352 (Oct. 30, 1978) 



85 



U.S. v. Syndbad, Andy, 42 IBLA 
313 (Aug. 29, 1979) 



38, 368, 379 



- 24, 45, 
213, 292, 
651, 662 



164, 

367, 

669 



U.S. y_. Ragsdale, James R. 
& Sammy B. , 20 IBLA 348 
(June 11, 1975) 



29, 159, 357 



U.S. v. Tappan, John M. , Jr., 

et^ al^. , 25 IBLA 1 (May 5, 1976) 33, 359, 

371, 381, 695 



U.S. v. Ramsey, Chester L. , 
29 IBLA 243 (Mar. 25, 1977)- 

U.S. v_. Reynders, Richard C. 
& Carol J. , 26 IBLA 131 
(July 30, 1976) 



U.S. y_. Robinson, Theresa B. , 
21 IBLA 363 (Apr. 25, 1975), 
82 I.D. 414 



U.S. v. Robinson, William & 

William McCaskill, Phelps Dodge 
Corp., 26 IBLA 137 (Aug. 2, 1976)- 

U.S. v_. Rodgers, R. E. & 
Barbara J. , 32 IBLA 7 7 
(Sept. 2, 1977) 



361, 373, 634 



33, 357, 372, 
381, 394, 662 



- 33, 39, 358, 

370, 379, 391, 

403, 417, 611, 

642, 661, 679 



24, 143, 

161, 212, 346, 363, 
374, 384, 400, 407, 
605, 662, 667, 687 



U.S. v. Ross, Cecil F. , Jr., 
40 IBLA 169 (Apr. 3, 1979)- 



388 



U.S. v. Rukke, Robert A. 

(Registered Agent), Valumines, 
Inc., et^ al_. , 32 IBLA 155 

(Sept. 12, 1977) 35, 41, 212, 

214, 217, 290, 332, 

350, 363, 374, 384, 

396, 407, 421, 744 



U.S. v. Taylor, Clarion W. , Sr. 
& Gerald O'Connor, 19 IBLA 9 

(Feb. 20, 1975), 82 I.D. 68 28, 39, 159, 

210, 214, 217, 353, 

356, 369, 390, 393, 

660, 664, 670, 706 

U.S. v. Taylor, Robert L. , 

25 IBLA 21 (May 5, 1976) 33, 359, 371, 

381, 394, 661 

U.S. v. Tempest Mining Co., 

40 IBLA 297 (Apr. 27, 1979) 37, 43, 388, 397 



U.S. v^. Timm, Larry Joseph, 
36 IBLA 316 (Aug. 23, 1978)- 



U.S. v. Tippetts, Ronald B., 
29 IBLA 348 (Mar. 31, 1977)- 



36, 212, 365, 387 



— 14, 17, 53, 
126, 206, 239, 



U.S. v. Underwood, C. Fred 

et^ a^. , 22 IBLA 62 (Sept. 18, 

1975) 354, 358, 

U.S. v. Union Carbide Corp., 
31 IBLA 72 (June 24, 1977), 
84 I.D. 309 339, 



U.S. v. U.S. Pumice Co., 37 IBLA 

153 (Oct. 5, 1978) 47, 

366, 668 



U.S. v. Vaux, Wallace W. , 
24 IBLA 289 (Apr. 1, 1976)- 



358, 371, 

390, 398, 407, 



329, 
676 



380, 
743 



U.S. v. Verdugo & Miller, Inc. 
37 IBLA 277 (Oct. 20, 1978)- 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



18, 355, 366, 
376, 392 



U.S. v^. View Point Ranches, 

37 IBLA 357 (Oct. 31, 1978) 247, 282, 283, 286 



Utah International, Inc., 
36 IBLA 219 (Aug. 8, 1978)- 



Page(s) 
205, 332 



Utah Resources International, 

Inc., 18 IBLA 320 (Jan. 6, 1975)- 



144 



U.S. v. Walls, Richard B. , 

30 IBLA 333 (June 7, 1977) 34, 41, 362, 

383, 390, 395, 420 



Utah, State of, 22 IBLA 44 
(Sept. 15, 1975) 



435, 590, 
, 695, 698 



U.S. v. Ward, Graham Keith, 
43 IBLA 333 (Oct. 29, 1979)- 

U.S. v. Weigel, Richard & 
Beverly, 26 IBLA 183 
(Aug. 10, 1976) 



S. v. Wichner, Milton, 

35 IBLA 240 (May 30, 1978)- 



40, 120, 399, 

411, 424, 658, 672 



25, 34, 362, 

376, 386, 392, 422, 
642, 664, 673, 745 



U.S. v. Wilson, J. D. , 

44 IBLA 1 (Nov. 6, 1979)- 



9, 45, 158, 

217, 301, 348, 368, 
378, 397, 417, 669 



U.S. y_. Wilson, Maurice L. , 
38 IBLA 305 (Dec. 14, 1978)- 



18, 36, 53, 

209, 330, 641, 728 



U.S. v. Wood, W. R. , Estate 

of, 34 IBLA 44 (Feb. 16, 1978) 25, 



382, 668 



U.S. v_. Zimmers, Jon & Claire 
Kelly, 44 IBLA 142 (Nov. 30, 
1979) 16, 29, 37, 

38, 41, 213, 

355, 368, 378, 

390, 398, 686 



U.S. v. Zwang, Elodymae, U.S. 
v. Zwang, Darrell, 26 IBLA 41 
(July 9, 1976), 83 I.D. 280 — 



UOP, Inc. , 31 IBLA 142 
(June 30, 1977) 



■ 27, 157, 160, 
199, 201, 202, 
622, 666, 755 



126, 336 



Universal Resources Corp. 
et^ al. , 31 IBLA 61 

(June 23, 1977) 290, 433, 

579, 586, 672 

University of the Trees, 

40 IBLA 74 (Mar. 16, 1979) 490, 495, 525, 613 



Unknown Heirs of Kelly, 
Migley, 41 IBLA 387 
(July 24, 1979) 



137, 598, 646 



Unruh, Paul; Edwards, Wesley 
Laverne v. , 33 IBLA 277 
(Jan. 5, 1978) 121, 



Upton, Robert D. & William C. 
Neils, 38 IBLA 90 (Nov. 15, 
1978) 



U.S. Energy Corp. , 
38 IBLA 110 (Nov. 



402, 412, 423, 
425, 746, 748 



20, 1978) 604 



Utah, State of, Dept. of Natural 
Resources, 38 IBLA 85 (Nov. 15, 
1978) 



25, 335, 695, 698 



Valid Existing Rights Under the 
Alaska Native Claims Settlement 
Act, Secretarial Order No. 3016 
(Dec. 14, 1977), 85 I.D. 1 (1978)- 



81, 86, 
92, 114 



Valley Camp Coal Co.; Page, 
Roscoe, et_ aJU v. , 6 IBMA 
1 (Jan. 28, 1976), 83 I.D. 28- 



Valley Mobile Communications, Inc., 

38 IBLA 359 (Dec. 29, 1978) 122, 



Van Derpoel, Andrew J., et al, 
33 IBLA 248 (Jan. 5, 1978)- 



Van de Walker, Denna 
28 IBLA 60 (Nov. 9, 



■ 34, 
375, 



41, 364, 
385, 395 



Van Tassel, Rulon, 33 IBLA 221 

(Dec. 22, 1977) 126, 200, 201, 202, 600 



Van Waardhuizen, Jerry, 26 IBLA 
152 (Aug. 2, 1976) 



Vaughan, Jack M. , Judith L. , 
25 IBLA 303 (June 28, 1976)- 



Vaux, Wallace W.; U.S. 
24 IBLA 289 (Apr. 1, 



1976) 358, 

390, 398 



Verdugo (, Miller, Inc.; U.S. 
v. , 37 IBLA 277 (Oct. 20, 
1978) 



Vergote, Cecelia Smith (Borger), 
Morris A. (K. ) Charles & 
Caroline J. Charles (Brendale), 
Estate of, 5 IBIA 96 (May 21, 
1976), 83 I.D. 209 



627, 629 



371, 380, 
407, 743 



355, 366, 
376, 392 



Vernon, Bethel C, 37 IBLA 226 

(Oct. 16, 1978) 22, 36, 

641, 674, 

Vick, Rita D. , 36 IBLA 275 

(Aug. 21, 1978) 



43, 291, 
708, 710 



View Point Ranches; U.S. y_. , 

37 IBLA 357 (Oct. 31, 1978)-— 247, 282, 

Vines, Thomas E. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 3 OHA 161 (Dec. 17, 
1979) 



Virg-In, Ray L. , 33 IBLA 354 
(Jan. 18, 1978) 



346, 

404, 421 



375, 400, 
, 663, 744 



Visser, Hazel Hawk, Administra- 
tive Appeal of y_. Area Director, 
Portland Area Office, Bureau of 
Indian Affairs, 7 IBIA 22 
(Feb. 17, 1978) 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



139, 302, 307 



Walt's Racing Ass'n, 18 IBLA 
359 (Jan. 30, 1975) 



22 IBLA 238 (Oct. 22, 1975)- 



256, 
133, 



Page(s) 



13, 133, 
599, 693 



Von Scheele, Christine, 

23 IBLA 346 (Jan. 21, 1976)- 



50, 72 



Ward, Graham Keith; U.S. v., 
43 IBLA 333 (Oct. 29, 1979)- 



VTN Colorado, Inc., Appeal of, 
IBCA-1073-8-75 (Oct. 29, 
1975), 82 I.D. 527 



Wachter, Joseph, 22 IBLA 95 
(Sept. 22, 1975) 



Wadleigh, B. B. , 44 IBLA 11 
(Nov. 6, 1979) 



Waer, Roy W. , Robert A. Griggs, 
34 IBLA 237 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



Wagner, Bryan & Sidney Lazard, 
41 IBLA 188 (June 22, 1979)- 



Wagner, John P. & The Superior 
Oil Co., Estate of, 26 IBLA 
119 (July 26, 1976) 



167, 169, 
, 651, 653 



251, 350, 
614, 619 



Ward, Milward Wallace, Estate 
of, 4 IBIA 97 (July 18, 1975), 
82 I.D. 341 



Ward, Robert W. , Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 28, 1978)- 



Wargo, E. H. , Appeal of, 

2 ANCAB 98 (July 15, 1977)- 

Wartes, Mark A., et al. , 
Appeal of, 3 ANCAB 21 
(June 21, 1978) 



Wasley, William G. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 3 OHA 141 (Oct. 12, 
1979) 



!, 102 



92, 96, 108 



Wassillie, Elia, 23 IBLA 276 
(Jan. 12, 1976) 



Wahl, Robert R., Howard Yee, 

21 IBLA 262 (Aug. 11, 197 5) 504 



Wassillie, Katie, et^ al_. , 
20 IBLA 330 (June 6, 1975)- 



28 IBLA 305 (Jan. 13, 1977)- 

Walker, Cecil A., Alan C. F. 
Dille', 26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 
1976) 



10, 437, 602 



13, 198, 204, 

205, 512, 574, 683 



Walker, Judith, Ginger Lawhon, 
18 IBLA 410 (Feb. 10, 1975)- 



341, 441, 445 



Walker, Linda L. , 23 IBLA 299 
(Jan. 14, 1976) 



71, 119, 635, 661 



Walking, Felix a.k.a. Philip 
Walking, Estate of, 6 IBIA 
153 (Oct. 12, 1977) 



Wall, Cecil C. , 32 IBLA 27 
(Aug. 31, 1977) 



456, 538, 563 



Wassillie, Madrona, Heirs of, 
23 IBLA 131 (Dec. 23, 1975)- 



Waters, Rebecca J., 28 IBLA 
381 (Feb. 4, 1977) 



452, 471, 481, 754 



Waters, Valda, 44 IBLA 272 

(Dec. 26, 1979) 246, 248, 252, 353, 415 



Watkins, Arthur S. , 

Robert M. Eckerman, 28 IBLA 

79 (Nov. 12, 1976) 451, 471 , 

Watkins, Bruce E., 36 IBLA 

168 (July 31, 1978) 461, 



480, 759 
473, 487 



Watson, Donald, Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 258 (Dec. 29, 1977), 
84 I.D. 1015 



115 



Wallace, Arthur R. , 30 IBLA 
239 (May 31, 1977) 



Watson, Donald A., Appeal of, 
12, 130, 132, 2 ANCAB 289 (Feb. 2, 1978), 
293, 294, 600 8 5 I.D. 27 



Wallender, James A., 26 IBLA 
317 (Aug. 30, 1976) 



450, 529, 536 



Weathers, Al L. , Appeal of, 
3 ANCAB 165 (Feb. 22, 1979)- 



Walls, Richard B.; U.S. v., 
30 IBLA 333 (June 7, 1977)- 



Walstrom, L. A., Jr., 25 IBLA 
186 (June 14, 1976) 



36 IBLA 397 (Sept. 5, 1978)- 



Walters, Daniel W. (Mr. & Mrs.), 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 1 OHA 265 (Jan. 12, 
1976) 



34, 41, 

362, 383, 
390, 395, 420 



144 

462, 534 



719, 724 



Weaver, Rosemary, et^ al_. , 30 IBLA 
227 (May 26, 1977) 



Webb, H. B. , 34 IBLA 362 
(May 1, 1978) 



42, 157, 

348, 351, 376, 
412, 433, 673, 



548, 562 



158, 346, 
396, 410, 
682, 687 



Webb Resources, Inc., 38 IBLA 
330 (Dec. 19, 1978) 



Webster County Coal Corp. , 
7 IBMA 264 (Mar. 16, 1977), 
84 I.D. Ill 



541, 572, 581 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
PageCs) 



Wedmore, Irving C, Appeal of, 
3 ANCAB 252 (May 16, 1979)- 

Weigel, Richard & Beverly; 
U.S. v., 26 IBLA 183 
(Aug. 10, 1976) 



96, 117 



40, 120, 399, 

411, 424, 658, 672 



Weiner, L. P. , 21 IBLA 336 
(Aug. 18, 1975) 



Wells, Frank G. , 28 IBLA 113 
(Nov. 15, 1976) 



342, 442, 452, 

471, 481, 527, 650 



Wendling, H. Richard, 31 IBLA 
214 (July 6, 1977) 



Werqueyah, Wahwersee R., Estate 
of, 5 IBIA 169 (Aug. 24, 1976)- 



West Freedom Mining Corp. , Black Fox 
Mining & Development Corp. , AH-RS 
Coal Corp., Perry-Ross Coal Co., 
5 IBMA 329 (Dec. 17, 1975), 82 I.D. 618- 



West, Stanley G. , 18 IBLA 337 
(Jan. 10, 1975) 



288, 633, 670 



Whalen & Co. , Appeal of, 
IBCA-1034-5-74 (July 18, 
1975), 82 I.D. 335 171, 

172, 



IBCA-1066-3-75 (May 26, 1976) 

Whatcom County Park Board (Appel- 
lant), Administrative Appeal of 
v. Area Director, Portland Area 
Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs 
(Respondent) Lummi Indian Tribe 
(Intervenor), 6 IBIA 196 
(Nov. 28, 1977), 84 I.D. 938 



Page(s) 

174, 176 
183, 640 



Wheeler, Curtis, 31 IBLA 221 
(July 7, 1977) 



-456, 529, 538 



Wheeler, Curtis D. , 31 IBLA 
354 (July 25, 1977) 



Wheeler, Richard, Jr. 
359 (May 1, 1978)- 



456, 529, 533, 536 



Wheeler, Robert L. , 33 IBLA 371 
(Jan. 23, 1978) 



White, Adeline Andrews, Estate 
of, 6 IBIA 94 (June 1, 1977)- 



460, 486 
270, 594 
318 



Western Aggregates of Mineral 
& Rock, Inc. , 34 IBLA 164 

(Mar. 14, 1978) 27, 253, 290, 

627, 631, 633 



Western Engineering, Inc. , 
1 IBSMA 202 (June 22, 1979), 
86 I.D. 336 



703 



Western Nuclear, Inc., 35 IBLA 146 

(May 22, 1978), 85 I.D. 129 135, 291, 333, 

335, 592, 599, 

699, 700, 706, 714, 

716, 755, 758 



White, A. E. , e_t ux. 
(Nov. 12, 1976) 



544, 578 



White, Blanche V. , 
(Mar. 30, 1979)- 



40 IBLA 152 



White, Elizabeth B., M.D., Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
2 OHA 203 (Aug. 30, 1978) 



White, James Andrews, a.k.a. 
James P. Andrews, Estate of, 
6 IBIA 79 (May 24, 1977), 
84 I.D. 241 



Western Oil Shale Corp., 

41 IBLA 105 (June 11, 1979)- 



Western Slope Gas Co. , 40 IBLA 
280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 



21 IBLA 119 (July 14, 1975)- 



11, 631 

134, 623, 629 



;stern Slope Gas Co. (On Recon- 
sideration), 43 IBLA 259 
(Oct. 15, 1979) 



Wetherelt, Robert L. ; 

Consla, John Anthony v^. , 

30 IBLA 311 (June 6, 1977)— 

Weyerhaeuser Co. , 33 IBLA 259 
(Jan. 5, 1978) 



32, 623, 

634, 653, 655 



57, 293, 294, 298 



Weyerhaeuser Co. (On Recon- 
sideration), 34 IBLA 244 
(Mar. 28, 1978) 

W. F. Sigler & Associates, Appeal 
of, IBCA-1159-7-77 (Sept. 27, 
1977), 84 I.D. 483 



331 



IBCA-1159-7-77 (Feb. 
85 I.D. 41 



16, 1978), 



IBCA-1159-7-77 (Apr. 14, 1978), 
85 I.D. 167 



173 

167, 192 
192, 655 



White Antelope, George (Skunkneck), 
Estate of, 7 IBIA 108 (Dec. 6, 
1978) 



White Bear, Terrance Wayne, Estate 
of, 7 IBIA 80 (July 27, 1978) 



White Castle Lumber & Shingle 
Co., Ltd. , 32 IBLA 129 
(Sept. 12, 1977) 



White Winter Coals, Inc., 1 IBSMA 
305 (Dec. 4, 1979), 86 I.D. 675- 



150, 622, 
648, 710 



701, 702, 
, 704, 705 



Whitlock, Virginia, Uniform Relo- 
cation Assistance Appeal of, 
3 OHA 77 (June 18, 1979) 



Whitmill, Eugene A., 34 IBLA 
123 (Mar. 2, 1978) 



162, 295, 675 



Whiz Abbott, Hiemstennie (Maggie), 
Estate of, 4 IBIA 12 (Apr. 17, 

1975), 82 I.D. 169 314, 

325 



Wichner, Milton; U.S. v- , 
35 IBLA 240 (May 30, 1978)- 



-- 25, 
376, 
422, 



321, 324, 
326, 327 



34, 362, 
386, 392, 
642, 664, 

673, 745 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s) 



Wiegner, Gustav 0. , 26 IBLA 
123 (July 30, 1976) 



Wikoa, Inc. , 22 IBLA 6 

(Sept. 4, 1975) 543, 558 



Wilderness River Outfitters & 
Trail Expeditions, Inc., 
30 IBLA 148 (May 16, 1977) — 

Wiley, Don C. , 35 IBLA 302 
(June 2, 1978) 



604, 694 



551, 566, 
579 



Wilkin, Alden W. , Sr. (Mr. & Mrs 
Uniform Relocation Assistance 
Appeal of, 1 OHA 137 (July 15, 
1975) 



723 



William P. Bergan, Inc. , Appeal 
of, IBCA-1 130-1 1-76 (Feb. 2, 

1979), 86 I.D. 65 166, 175, 180, 

185, 187, 196 



Wilson, Harry H. , 35 IBLA 
349 (June 19, 1978) 



Wilson, J. D. ; U.S. v. , 
44 IBLA 1 (Nov. 6, 1979)- 



Page(s) 



8, 15, 42, 87, 
121, 222, 346, 
376, 396, 401, 
422, 598, 673, 
685, 739, 741, 
745, 751, 759 



- 9, 45, 158, 217, 

301, 348, 368, 

378, 397, 417, 669 



Wilson, Maurice L.; U.S. y_. , 

38 IBLA 305 (Dec. 14, 1978) 18, 36, 53, 209, 

330, 641, 728 



Wilson, Phoebe Shanta, Estate 
of, 6 IBIA 75 (May 12, 1977), 
84 I.D. 187 



Wilson, Rose Old Bear, Estate 
of, 4 IBIA 62 (June 2, 1975)- 



315, 316 



Williams, Alexander Joseph, 
Estate of, 6 IBIA 132 
(Aug. 2, 1977) 



Williams, Grace M. , 26 IBLA 232 
(Aug. 17, 1976) 



450, 479 



Winkler, ooseph A., 24 IBLA 
380 (Apr. 29, 1976) 



Winter, Alan, Elizabeth Freeman, 
e^ al_. , 23 IBLA 343 (Jan. 21, 
1976) 



13, 449, 478 



Williams, John E. , 18 IBLA 354 

(Jan. 16, 1975) 476, 



Winters, C. H. , 34 IBLA 350 
(Apr. 26, 1978) 



Williams, Robert L. , 24 IBLA 
311 (Apr. 20, 1976) 



Williams, Wayne C. 
(Dec. 16, 1975)- 



341, 441, 

447, 526, 559 



Wisenak, Inc., Appeal of, 1 ANCAB 

157 (Sept. 15, 1976), 83 I.D. 496 95, 106, 117 

Witham, Theodora M. , Appeal of, 
1 ANCAB 20 (Dec. 29, 1975), 
83 I.D. 449 60, 115 



Williamson, W. R. , 
(Feb. 20, 1975)- 



Wolf, Estelle, et al_. , 37 IBLA 
195 (Oct. 12, 1978) 



Willis Guy M. , 30 IBLA 344 
(June 8, 1977) 



30 IBLA 373 (June 10, 



454, 537, 
562, 615 



197 7) 455, 537, 

562, 616 



Willmarth, Everett E. , et al. , 

32 IBLA 145 (Sept. 12, 1977) 421 



Willmorth, Lawrence E. 
378 (Nov. 1, 1977)- 



32 IBLA 



Wilmot, James R. , Uniform 

Relocation Assistance Appeal 
of, 1 OHA 86 (Feb. 12, 1975)- 



151, 152, 
154, 650 



Wolf, Melvin, 43 IBLA 128 
(Sept. 26, 1979) 



Wood, Beatrice G. , 42 IBLA 148 
(Aug. 16 1979) 



Wood, W. Doyle, Jane L. 
261 (June 23, 1976) — 



Wood, Wilfred S. , 20 IBLA 284 
(May 27, 1975) 



Wood, Wilfred S. (On Recon- 
sideration), 25 IBLA 37 
(May 6, 1976) 



544, 578 



27, 51, 60, 81, 
124, 239, 333 



53, 61, 81, 
125, 239 



Wilson, Earl R., 21 IBLA 392 
(Aug. 27, 1975) 



Wilson, Gladys Marie Bellmard 
(Randall, Preston, Harris), 
Estate of, 7 IBIA 111 (Dec. 29, 
1978), 86 I.D. 1 (1979) — 



203, 511, 
573, 683 



Wood, W. R., Estate of; U.S. 

v., 34 IBLA 44 (Feb. 16, 1978) 25, 382, 668 



Woodlock, Cecil K. , Anthony J. 

Visco, 38 IBLA 186 (Dec. 6, 1978)- 



Woodruff, Henry 0., 24 IBLA 190 
(Mar. 18, 1976) 



TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 
Page(s ) 



Woods Petroleum Corp. , 23 IBLA 
12 (Nov. 25, 1975) 



577, 584 



Woodward, Thomas C. , 35 IBLA 
262 (May 31, 1978) 



133, 145, 

148, 338, 685 



Woody, Earl D. , Hinton E. White, 
38 IBLA 385 (Dec. 29, 1978) 



Woolard, William Thomas, 
Appeal of, 2 ANCAB 150 
(Nov. 3, 1977), 84 I.D. 
891 



86, 89, 91, 106, 
115, 118, 119 



Wren, Clarence, 20 IBLA 47 
(Apr. 21, 1975) 



Wright, Benjamin A. 
23 IBLA 120 (Dec. 



Estate of, 
23, 1975) — 



Wright, Billy, 29 IBLA 
(Feb. 23, 1977) 



Wright, Frank, Uniform Relocation 
Assistance Appeal of, 3 OHA 121 
(Aug. 14, 197 9) 



Wright, George W., Sr. 
(Deceased), 22 IBLA 280 
(Oct. 30, 1975) 



Wright, Thelma, Geral Beveridge, 
27 IBLA 198 (Oct. 4, 1976) 



Wunschel & Small, Inc., Appeal of, 
IBCA-1263-5-79 (Sept. 28, 1979)- 



Wyoming, State of, 27 IBLA 137 
(Sept. 29, 1976), 83 I.D. 364- 



WZL Investment Corp. , 36 IBLA 
355 (Aug. 31, 1978) 



X Exploration, Inc., 30 IBLA 
209 (May 20, 1977) 



XYZ Television, Inc. , 32 IBLA 
317 (Sept. 30, 1977) 



(Dec. 8, 1977)- 



Yahmel, W. C. , 34 IBLA 377 
(May 1, 1978) 



Yak-Tat Kwaan, Inc. 
3 ANCAB 182 (Mar. 

Yamane, Haruyuki, et 
320 (Apr. 7, 19757- 



119, 334, 335, 
344, 643, 656 



526 
194 



590, 608, 

679. 680. 697 



208, 240, 
462, 487 



453, 537, 
561, 615 



135, 155, 
253, 629 



135, 242, 253, 
290, 624, 673 



i Appeal of, 
20, 1979) 93, 



- 59, 445, 

523, 531, 

597, 634 



Yates, David H. , 33 IBLA 175 
(Dec. 20, 1977) 



44 IBLA 121 (Nov. 27, 1979)- 



Page(s ) 

476, 708 
517, 576 



Yates, James E., 42 IBLA 391 

(Sept. 11, 1979) 128, 131, 245, 349, 352 



Yates Petroleum Corp., 27 IBLA 
224 (Oct. 12, 1976) 



32 IBLA 196 (Sept. 15, 1977)- 
34 IBLA 7 (Feb. 8, 1978) 



508, 515 

509, 516 
521, 616 



Yellow Wolf, George, Estate of, 
5 IBIA 70 (Apr. 13, 1976) 



Yose Cattle Co., 24 IBLA 347 
(Apr. 23, 1976) 



323 



Yosemite Park & Curry Co. , 
Appeal of, IBCA-1232-12-78 
(Mar. 16, 1979), 86 I.D. 197- 

Young, Lula J., 21 IBLA 207 
(July 30, 1975) 



Young, T. R. , Jr. , 20 IBLA 333 
(June 11, 1975) 



Young, Wilfred A., Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 211 (Dec. 19, 1977)- 



Yuba River Lumber Co., Inc., 
19 IBLA 65 (Feb. 25, 1975)- 



606, 607 

189, 653 
65 

734, 736 
115 



712 



Yukon Service, Inc., 22 IBLA 220 
(Oct. 15, 1975) 



62, 130, 
604, 697 



Yurioff, William, Gust K. Wahl, 
Charlie Chocknok, Olia Oyaluk, 
43 IBLA 14 (Sept. 11, 1979) 



Zaegel, William G. , Appeal of, 
2 ANCAB 115 (July 15, 1977)- 



93, 98, 102 



Zagar, Harold & Beverly, Uniform 
Relocation Assistance Appeal of, 
3 OHA 137 (Oct. 10, 1979) 



726 



Zbilski, Adam F., 34 IBLA 4 

(Feb. 8, 1978) 459, 



Zehr, Phyllis Lane, Alice M. 

Conte, 44 IBLA 261 (Dec. 19, 1979)- 



Zeigler Coal Co. , 4 IBMA 30 
(Jan. 28, 1975), 82 I.D. 36- 



472, 485 
213, 555 
227, 231 



4 IBMA 88 (Mar. 
82 I.D. Ill 



5 IBMA 132 (Sept 
82 I.D. 441 



31, 1975), 
. 19, 1975), 



223, 226, 236 



224, 230, 234 



5 IBMA 338 (Dec. 17, 
82 I.D. 622 



1975), 



ex 

TABLE OF DECISIONS REPORTED 

Page(s ) 

Zeigler Coal Co. ( Continued ) Zellweger, Arthur Lloyd, 19 IBLA 

118 (Mar. 5, 1975) 

5 IBMA 346 (Dec. 18, 1975), 

82 I.D. 632 235, 237 Zimmers, Jon & Claire Kelly; U.S. 

v., 44 IBLA 142 (Nov. 30, 1979)- 

5 IBMA 356 (Dec. 19, 1975), 

82 I.D. 636 234, 237 

6 IBMA 132 (Apr. 30, 1976), 

83 I.D. 204 237 Zuckerman, Harry A., et al. , 

41 IBLA 372 (July 23, 1979) 

6 IBMA 182 (June 22, 1976), 

83 I.D. 232 235, 237 

7 IBMA 280 (Mar. 31, 1977), Zurn Engineers, Appeal of, 

84 I.D. 127 236 IBCA-1176-12-77 (July 20, 

1978), 85 I.D. 279 

Zeigler Coal Co. (On Reconsider- 
ation), 4 IBMA 139 (May 13, 

1975), 82 I.D. 221 237 Zwang, Elodymae; U.S. v., U.S. 

v. Darrell Zwang, 26 IBLA 41 

Zeller, Marvin E. (Mr. & Mrs.), (July 9, 1976), 83 I.D. 280 

Uniform Relocation Assistance 

Appeal of, 3 OHA 82 (June 27, 1979) 718 



Page(s ) 
55, 295, 298 



— 16, 29, 37, 

38, 41, 213, 

355, 368, 378, 

390, 398, 686 



— 26, 37, 47, 

440, 468, 492, 

496, 525 



180, 181, 
189, 657 



■ 27, 157, 
160, 199, 
201, 202, 
622, 666, 
755 



TABLE OF OPINIONS REPORTED 



Page(s) 



Page(s) 



Adequacy of Legislative Authorization for 
the San Felipe Division, Central Valley 
Project California, M-36903 (July 31, 
1978), 85 I.D. 337 141, 

Applicability of the Concept of Miti- 
gation to Critical Habitat, M-36895 
(July 14, 1977), 84 I.D. 403 



Application of the Acreage Limitation 
and Residency Requirements to Small 
Reclamation Projects Act Projects, 
M-36904 (July 17, 1978), 85 I.D. 
254 



140, 142, 
609, 699 



Authority of Bonneville Power Admini- 
strator to Participate in Funding 
of Program to Help Restore the 
Columbia River Anadromous Fishery, 
M-36885 (Nov. 22, 1976), 83 I.D. 589 138 

Authority to Determine Eligibility of 

Native Villages After June 18, 1974, 

M-36877 (Jan. 7, 1975), 82 I.D. 14 698, 699, 

700 
Authority to Divert Flows from Hunter 

Creek Tributaries, Fryingpan- 

Arkansas Project, Colorado, M-36902 

(July 31, 1978), 85 I.D. 326 141, 142 

Authority to Extend Coal Prospecting 
Permits: Effect of Sec. 4 of the 
Federal Coal Leasing Amendments Act 
of 1975, M-36894 (July 21, 1977), 
84 I.D. 415 143, 148 

Coal Leasing Program — Relation- 
ship of the Cost of Surface Owner 
Consent to Receipt of Fair Market 
Value for Federally Owned Coal, 
M-36909 (Jan. 15, 1979), 86 I.D. 
28 147, 338, 705 

Computation of Moneys due the U.S. 
on Oil & Gas Lost as a Result of 
Pennzoil's Blowout, M-36888 (Supp.) 

(Jan. 19, 1977), 84 I.D. 64 437, 540, 

571, 588, 758 

Criminal Jurisdiction on the 

Seminole Reservations in Florida, 

M-36907 (Nov. 14, 1978), 85 I.D. 

433 328, 329 

Cumulative Impacts — Sec. 7 of the 
Endangered Species Act (Dec. 28, 
1973, 87 Stat. 884, 892), M-36905 
(July 19, 1978), 85 I.D. 275 203 

Easement Reservations in Conveyances to 
Alaska Native Corps. Under ANCSA, 
M-36880 (July 8, 1975), 82 I.D. 325 58, 105 

Effect and Implementation of 
Solicitor's Opinion M-36893 
on "Unclaimed, Undeveloped," 



M-36893 (Supp.) (Nov. 19, 
1979), 86 I.D. 627 



146, 149, 340, 

368, 428, 596 

Effect of Failure to Record Timely 
Under Sec. 314(b), Federal Land 
Policy 6 Management Act of 1976, 
M-36889 (May 17, 1977), 84 I.D. 
188 345 ( 373 ( 4 12 

Effect of Mining Claims on Secretarial 
Authority to Issue Prospecting Permits 
for Coal & Phosphate, M-36893 (Aug. 2, 

197 7), 84 I.D. 442 148, 

427, 596 

Effect of Oct. 4, 1976, Solicitor's 
Opinion M-36888, M-36888 (Supp. II) 

(Mar. 9, 1977), 84 I.D. 171 437, 

572, 588 

Effect of Public Land Order 82 
on the Ownership of Coastal Sub- 
merged Lands in Northern Alaska, 
M-36911 (Dec. 12, 1978), 86 I.D. 
151 (1979) 701, 746 



Extent to Which the National Historic 
Preservation Act Requires Cultural 
Resources to be Identified and Con- 
sidered in the Grant of a Federal 
Right-of-Way, M-36917 (Dec. 6, 
1979), 87 I.D. 27 (1980) 



430, 627, 631 



613, 630, 
631, 632 



Federal Land Policy & Management Act s 
Effect on the Right-of-way Applica- 
tion for the Middle Fork Reservoir 
on the Powder River, Wyoming, 
M-36900 (Jan. 12, 1979), 86 I.D. 
293 



Federal Water Rights of the National 
Park Service, Fish and Wildlife 
Service, Bureau of Reclamation 
and the Bureau of Land Manage- 
ment, M-36914 (June 25, 1979), 

86 I.D. 553 143, 

431, 

728-730 

733, 



Final Decision of the Solicitor in 
the Matter of the Eligibility of Mr. 
James R. Kyper to Represent Eastern 
Associated Coal Corp. & Affinity 
Mining Co. Before the Dept. of the 
Interior, M-36883 (Feb. 9, 1976), 
83 I.D. 131 227, 597 

Freedom of Information Act, Appeal 
of Tenneco, M-36918 (Jan. 30, 1979), 
86 I.D. 661 257 

In Situ Gasification of Coal, M-36890 

(May 24, 1977), 84 I.D. 244 143, 146, 

149, 337. 340 



158, 244, 


430, 


587, 609, 


711, 


730-731, 


732, 


734, 735, 


749, 


752 


, 753 



TABLE OF OPINIONS REPORTED 



Interpretation of Sec. 603 of the 
Federal Land Policy and Manage- 
ment Act of 1976 — Bureau of 
Land Management (BLM) Wilderness 
Study, M-36910 (Feb. 13, 1979), 
86 I.D. 89 



Page(s) Page(s) 

Interpretation of Mineral Leasing 
Act of 1920, & Outer Continental 
Shelf Lands Act Royalty Clause, 
M-36888 (Oct. 4, 1976), 84 I.D. 

54 (1977) 437, 540, 

255 571, 588, 758 



Opinion on the Boundaries of & Status 
of Title to Certain Lands Within the 
Colville & Spokane Indian Reservations, 

M-36887 (Feb. 2, 1977), 84 I.D. 72 306, 

328, 695 

Permit Requirements for Discharge 
of Dredged or Fill Material under 
Sec. 404 of the Federal Water Pol- 
lution Control Act, 33 U.S.C. 
§ 1344, M-36915 (Aug. 27, 1979), 

86 I.D. 400 141, 203, 205, 

430, 432, 732 

Reclamation Law - Control of the Sale 
Price of Formerly Excess Lands, 
M-36913 (May 18, 1979), 86 I.D. 
306 142, 700 

Reduction of Production Royalties 
Below Statutory Minimum Rates, 
M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979), 87 I.D. 

69 (1980) 148, 149, 339, 

341, 595, 596, 
597, 692 



Taos Pueblo Tract C, 
1976), 83 I.D. 529- 



-36884 (Oct. 28, 



Tax Status of the Production of 
Oil and Gas from Jicarilla 
Apache Tribal Lands under the 
1938 Indian Mineral Leasing Act, 
M-36896 (Supp.) (Mar. 2, 1979), 
86 I.D. 181 



138, 

306, 684 



305, 307, 339 



Tax Status of the Production of Oil & 
Gas from Leases of Fort Peck Tribal 
Lands under the 1938 Mineral Leasing 
Act, M-36896 (Nov. 7, 1977), 84 I.D. 
905 



304, 305, 
307, 338 



Title to Certain Land Within the 
Boundaries of the Fort Yuma Indian 
Reservation As Established by the 
E.O. of Jan. 9, 1884, M-36886 

(Jan. 18, 1977), 84 I.D. 1 5, 7, 14, 301, 

302, 599, 609, 
684, 700, 738 



Relocation of Flathead Irrigation 

Project's Kerr Substation & Switchyard, 

M-36735 (Supp.) (Sept. 24, 1976), 

83 I.D. 346 329, 

699, 738 



Title to Certain Lands Within the 
Boundaries of the Fort Yuma (now 
called Quechan) Indian Reservation, 
M-36908 (Jan. 2, 1979), 86 I.D. 3 — 



5, 7, 303, 
304, 699 



Response to Feb. 17, 1976, Request 
from the General Accounting Office: 



West lands Water District — Legal 
Questions, M-36901 (July 31, 
1978), 85 I.D. 297 



- 140, 142, 165, 
II, 191, 192, 609 



TABLE OF OVERRULED AND MODIFIED CASES FOR 
THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 



For judicial modification and reversals see 
Table of Suits for Judicial Review. 



Alabama By-Products Corp., 6 IBMA 168, 1975-1976 
OSHD par. 20,756 (1976) ; set aside, 7 IBMA 85, 
83 I.D. 574 (1976). 

Alaska Railroad, Appeal of, 3 ANCAB 273, 86 I.D. 
397 (1979); affirmed in part, vacated in part, 
3 ANCAB 351, 86 I.D. 452 (1979). 

Alaska Railroad, Appeal of, 3 ANCAB 280 (1979); 
affirmed in part, modified in part; 3 ANCAB 
377 (1979). 

Alaska, State of and Seldovia Native Ass'n, Inc., 
Appeals of, 2 ANCAB 1, 84 I.D. 349 (1977); 
modified — Solicitor's Opinion — Valid Existing 
Rights Under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement 
Act, Secretarial Order No. 3016 (Dec. 14, 1977), 
85 I.D. 1 (1978). 

Alexander, William T., 21 IBLA 56 (1975); reaffirmed 
as modified U.S. v. Alexander, 41 IBLA 1 (1979). 

Amoco Production Co., 24 IBLA 227 (1976); vacated, 
Amoco Production Co. (On Reconsideration), 
35 IBLA 43 (May 9, 1978). 

Applicability of Montana Tax to Oil and Gas Leases 
of Ft. Peck Lands — Opinion of Assistant Sec- 
retary (Oct. 27, 1966), is superseded to the ex- 
tent that it is inconsistent with Solicitor's 
Opinion — Tax Status of the Production of Oil 
and Gas from Leases of the Fort Peck Tribal 
Lands Under the 1938 Mineral Leasing Act, 
M-36896, 84 I.D. 905 (1977). 

Archer, J. D. , A-30750 (May 31, 1967); overruled, 
79 I.D. 416 (1972). 

Barash, Max, 63 I.D. 51 (1956); overruled in part, 
Solicitor's Opinion — Issuance of Noncompeti- 
tive Oil and Gas Leases on Lands Within the Geo- 
logic Structures of Producing Oil or Gas Fields, 
M-36686, 74 I.D. 285 (1967); Permian Mud Service, 
Inc., 31 IBLA 150, 84 I.D. 342 (1977). 

Bartel, John A., A-29664 (Oct. 11, 1962); distin- 
guished by A-30129 (Nov. 9, 1964). 

Breene, James 0., Jr., 38 IBLA 281 (1978); vacated, 
42 IBLA 395 (1979). 

Clipper Mining Co., 22 L.D. 527 (1896); no longer 
followed in part, 67 I.D. 417 (1960). 

Clipper Mining Co., The v. The Eli Mining and Land 
Co., et al . , 33 L.D. 660 (1905); no longer fol- 
lowed in part, 67 I.D. 417 (1960). 

Computation of Royalty under Sec. 15, 51 L.D. 283 
(1925); overruled, Solicitor's Opinion — Re- 
sponse to Feb. 17, 1976, Request from the General 
Accounting Office: Interpretation of Mineral 
Leasing Act of 1920, and Outer Continental Shelf 
Lands Act Royalty Clause, M-36888, 84 I.D. 54 
(1977). 

Eastern Associated Coal Corp., 3 IBMA 331, 81 I.D. 
567, 1974-1975 OSHD par. 18,706 (1974); 



overruled in part, Alabama By-Products Corp. (On 
Reconsideration), 7 IBMA 85, 83 I.D. 574 (1976). 

Overruled in part, Zeigler Coal Co., 7 IBMA 280, 

84 I.D. 127 (1977). 

Eastern Associated Coal Corp., 5 IBMA 185, 82 I.D. 
506, 1975-1976 OSHD par. 20,041 (1975); set 
aside in part on reconsideration, 7 IBMA 14, 
83 I.D. 425 (1976). 

Eklutna, Appeal of, 1 ANCAB 190, 83 I.D. 619 (1976); 
modified, Solicitor's Opinion — Valid Existing 
Rights Under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement 
Act, Secretarial Order No. 3016 (Dec. 14, 1977), 

85 I.D. 1 (1978). 

Energy Partners, 21 IBLA 352 (1975); is distin- 
guished, Chevron Oil Co., 32 IBLA 275 (Sept. 27, 
1977). 

Esplin, Lee J., 56 I.D. 325 (1938), overruled to 
extent it applies to 1926 Executive Order to 
artificially developed water sources on the 
public lands, by Solicitor's Opinion, M-36914, 

86 I.D. 553 (1979), Federal Water Rights of the 
National Park Service, Fish & Wildlife Service, 
Bureau of Reclamation and the Bureau of Land 
Management. 

Freeman v. Summers, 52 L.D. 201 (1927), is over- 
ruled; United States v. Winegar, Frank W. , 
et al., 16 IBLA 112, 81 I.D. 370 (1974). 

Freeman Coal Mining Co., 3 IBMA 434, 81 I.D. 723, 
1974-1975 OSHD par. 19,177 (1974); overruled in 
part, Zeigler Coal Co., 7 IBMA 280, 84 I.D. 127 
(1977). 

Fults, Bill, 61 I.D. 437 (1905); overruled, 69 I.D. 
181 (1962). 

Glassford, A. W. , et al.., 56 I.D. 88 (1937); over- 
ruled to extent inconsistent, Connell, Emily K. , 
A-29176, 70 I.D. 159 (1963). 

Gray, Eleanor A., et al., A-28710 (May 18, 1962); 
vacated as to Claim No. 4, A-28710 (Supp.) 
(May 7, 1964). 

Hagood, L. H., et al., 65 I.D. 405 (1958); is over- 
ruled, 77 I.D. 166 (1970). 

Holbeck, Halvor F., A-30376 (Dec. 2, 1965); over- 
ruled, 79 I.D. 416 (1972). 

Keating Gold Mining Co. , Montana Power Co. , Trans- 
feree, 52 L.D. 671 (1929); overruled in part, 
Arizona Public Service Co., 5 IBLA 137, 79 I.D. 
67 (1972). 

Kern County Land Co. (On Reconsideration), IA- 
0168748, IA-0170927, and IA-0170928, approved 
by Under Secretary Carver, Oct. 25, 1965; will 
not be followed to the extent that it is incon- 
sistent with this opinion. 



Table of Overruled and Modified Cases 



Land Classification State of California, A-31022 
(Aug. 14, 1968) and (Jan. 23, 1969); overruled 
to extent inconsistent, A-31022 (Oct. 14, 1969), 
as amended (Oct. 27, 1969). 

Layne and Bowler Export Corp. , IBCA-245 (Jan. 18, 
1961); 68 I.D. 33, overruled, insofar as it con- 
flicts with Schweigert, Inc. v. United States, 
Ct. CI. No. 26-66 (Dec. 15, 1967), and Galland- 
Henning Manufacturing Co. , IBCA-534-12-65 
(Mar. 29, 1968). 

Liability of Indian Tribes for State Taxes Imposed 
on Royalty Received from Oil and Gas Leases, 
58 I.D. 535 (1943); superseded to extent it is 
inconsistent, Solicitor's Opinion — Tax Status 
of the Production of Oil and Gas from Leases of 
the Ft. Peck Tribal Lands Under the 1938 Mineral 
Leasing Act, M-36896, 84 I.D. 905 (1977). 

Liss, Merwin E., Cumberland & Allegheny Gas Co., 
67 I.D. 385 (1960); is overruled, 80 I.D. 395 
(1973). 

Luse, Jeanette L. , et al. , 61 I.D. 103 (1953); dis- 
tinguished, Richfield Oil Corp., 71 I.D. 243 
(1964). 

Manzonie, John and Adellie, I.G.D. 615; distin- 
guished A-29334 (July 26, 1963). 

Mead, Robert E., 61 I.D. Ill (1955); overruled, 
Jones-O'Brien, Inc., 85 I.D. 89 (1978). 

Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corp., IBCA-257 (June 22, 
1961); distinguished, IBCA-274 (Sept. 15, 1961). 

Mikesell, Henry D. , A-24112 (Mar. 11, 1946); rehear- 
ing denied (June 20, 1946); overruled to extent 
inconsistent, 70 I.D. 149 (1963). 

Miller, Duncan, A- 29760 (Sept. 18, 1963); overruled, 
6 IBLA 216, 79 I.D. 416 (1972). 

Miller, Duncan, A-30742 (Dec. 2, 1966); overruled, 
6 IBLA 216, 79 I.D. 416 (1972). 

Miller, Duncan, A- 30722 (Apr. 14, 1967); overruled, 
6 IBLA 216, 79 I.D. 416 (1972). 

Miller, Duncan, 6 IBLA 283 (1972); overruled to the 
extent inconsistent, Jones-O'Brien, Inc., 
85 I.D. 89 (1978). 



Oil and Gas Privilege and License Tax, Fort Peck 
Reservation, Under Laws of Montana, M-36318 
(Oct. 13, 1955), is superseded to the extent 
that it is inconsistent with, Solicitor's Opin- 
ion — Tax Status of the Production of Oil and 
Gas from Leases of the Ft. Peck Tribal Lands 
Under the 1938 Mineral Leasing Act, M-36896, 
84 I.D. 905 (1977). 

Opinion of Associate Solicitor (Lands), M- 34999 
(Oct. 22, 1947); distinguished, Lands Eligible 
to be Placed Under Recordable Contracts, 
M-36613, 68 I.D. 433 (1961). 

Opinion of Associate Solicitor for Indian Affairs — 
Jurisdiction of Lands Withdrawn for the Benefit 
of Certain Groups of Mission Indians, Calif. — 
Patent of Land Under the Act of Mar. 1, 1907, 
M-36756 (Oct. 8, 1968); is vacated as to those 
parts in conflict with the decision of the Assis- 
tant Secretary of the Interior dated (Nov. 4, 
1971). Authority to Issue Trust Patents for the 
Benefit of Certain Groups of Mission Indians of 
Calif., Pursuant to the Act of Mar. 1, 1907, for 
Parcels of Land Within the "Mission Reserve," 
M-36756 (Supp.) (Nov. 18, 1971). 

Opinion of Chief Counsel — Reclamation — Water 
Right — Proviso to Sec. 3, Act of Aug. 9, 1912, 
43 L.D. 339 (1914); explained, Proposed Repay- 
ment Contracts — Kings and Kern River Projects, 
M-36634, 68 I.D. 372 (1961). 

Opinion of Deputy Assistant Secretary (Dec. 2, 

1966), affirming Oct. 27, 1966, is superseded to 
the extent that it is inconsistent with Solici- 
tor's Opinion — Tax Status of the Production of 
Oil and Gas from Leases of the Ft. Peck Tribal 
Lands Under the 1938 Mineral Leasing Act, 
M-36896, 84 I.D. 905 (1977). 

Opinion of Secretary — Union Oil Co. Bid on Tract 
No. 228, Brazos Area, Texas Offshore Sale, 
M-36733, 75 I.D. 147 (1968); vacated, M-36733 
(Supp.), 76 I.D. 69 (1969). 

Opinion of Solicitor — Powers of Indian Tribes, 
55 I.D. 14 (1934); overruled so far as inconsis- 
tent, Authority of the Bureau of Indian Affairs 
to Transfer to an Indian Tribe the Direction of 
Federal Employees Pursuant to the Provisions of 
R.S. $ 2072, 25 U.S.C. $ 48, M-36803, 77 I.D. 
49 (1970). 



Morgan, Henry S., et al. , 65 I.D. 369 (1958); over- 
ruled to extent inconsistent, 71 I.D. 22 (1964). 

Mountain Fuel Supply Co., A-31053 (Dec. 19, 1969); 
overruled, 6 IBLA 216, 79 I.D. 416 (1972). 

Munsey, Glen, Earnest Scott and Arnold Scott v., 
Smitty Baker Coal Co., Inc., 1 IBMA 144, 162 
(Aug. 8, 1972); 79 I.D. 501, 509, distinguished, 
Sewell Coal Co., 2 IBMA 80, 80 I.D. 251 (1973). 

Myll, Clifton 0., 71 I.D. 458 (1964); as supple- 
mented, 71 I.D. 486 (1964), vacated, 72 I.D. 536 
(1965). 

National Livestock Co. and Zack Cox, I.G.D. 55 
(1938); is overruled, United States v. Maher, 
Charles, et al. , 5 IBLA 209, 79 I.D. 109 (1972). 

Naughton, Harold J., 3 IBLA 237, 78 I.D. 300 (1971); 
is distinguished by Burke, Kristeen J. , Joe N. 
Melovedoff, Victor Melovedoff, 20 IBLA 162 
(May 5, 1975). 



Opinion of Solicitor — M-28198, Jan. 8, 1936, 
finding, i nter alia , that Indian title to 
certain lands within the Fort Yuma Reservation 
has been extinguished, is well founded and is 
affirmed by Solicitor's Opinion — M-36886, 
84 I.D. 1 (1977) — Title to Certain Lands With- 
in the Boundaries of the Ft. Yuma Indian Reser- 
vation as Established by the Executive Order of 
Jan. 9, 1885 — but overruled by Solicitor's 
Opinion — M-36908, 86 I.D. 3 (1979) — Title to 
Certain Lands Within the Boundaries of the Fort 
Yuma (Now Called Quechan) Indian Reservation. 

Opinion of Solicitor — State of New Mexico, 55 I.D. 
466 (1936), overruled to extent it applies to 
1926 Executive Order to artificially developed 
water sources on public lands, by Solicitor's 
Opinion, M-36914, 86 I.D. 553 (1979), Federal 
Water Rights of the National Park Service, Fish 
& Wildlife Service, Bureau of Reclamation and 
the Bureau of Land Management. 



Table of Overruled and Modified Cases 



Opinion of Solicitor — Indian Rights in Columbia 
River Reservoir, M-34326, 59 I.D. 147 (1945); 
overruled in part, Opinion on the Boundaries 
of and Status of Title to Certain Lands Within 
the Colville and Spokane Indian Reservations, 
M-36887, 84 I.D. 72 (1977). 

Opinion of Solicitor — Authority of the Department 
to Engage in Soil Conservation Activities, 
M-36047, 60 I.D. 436 (1950); will not be fol- 
lowed to the extent that it conflicts with these 
views, Soil and Moisture Conservation Program, 
M-36677, 72 I.D. 92 (1965). 

Opinion of Solicitor — Oil and Gas Leases on Land 
in the Strawberry Valley Reclamation Project, 
M-36051 (Dec. 7, 1950); modified, Solicitor's 
Opinion — Strawberry Valley Project, Utah, 
M-36863, 79 I.D. 513 (1972). 

Opinion of Solicitor — Permissible Scope of an 
Indian Tribal Ordinance Authorizing Transac- 
tion in Intoxicating Beverages Within Area of 
Indian Country Subject to Jurisdiction of Such 
Tribe, M-36241 (Sept. 22, 1954); overruled as 
far as inconsistent with, Criminal Jurisdic- 
tion on the Seminole Reservations in Florida, 
M-36907, 85 I.D. 433 (1978). 

Opinion of Solicitor — Can a Partnership Composed 
Partly of Minors be a Recognized Applicant for 
Oil and Gas Leases, M-36463, 64 I.D. 351 (1957); 
overruled, Issuance of Mineral Leases to Part- 
nerships, M-36706, 74 I.D. 165 (1967). 

Opinion of Solicitor — Construction of Recording 
Requirement of Sec. 4, Act of Aug. 11, 1955 
(69 Stat. 681; 30 U.S.C. § 623), M-36429, 
64 I.D. 393 (1957); no longer followed, 
Burnaugh, B. E. , A-28340 (Supp.), 67 I.D. 366 
(1960). 

Opinion of Solicitor — Status of Ozette Reserva- 
tion, Washington, M-36456, 64 I.D. 435 (1957); 
will not be followed to the extent that it con- 
flicts with these views. Status of the Ozette 
Indian Reservation, Washington, M-36456 (Supp.), 
76 I.D. 14 (1969). 

Opinion of Solicitor — Applicability of 43 CFR 
192.42(d)(2) to Beds of Non-Navigable Waters 
Adjacent to Public Lands, M-36512 (July 29, 
1958); overruled to extent inconsistent, 
Connell, Emily K. , A-29176, 70 I.D. 159 (1963). 

Opinion of Solicitor — Automatic Termination of 
Unitized Leases for Failure to Pay Rentals, 
M-36531 (Oct. 27, 1958) and M-36531 (Supp.) 
(July 20, 1959); overruled, M-36629, 69 I.D. 
110 (1962). 

Opinion of Deputy Solicitor — M-36562 (Aug. 21, 
1959) Authority of the Secretary of the Interior 
to Withdraw for a Wildlife Refuge, A Portion of 
the Tidal & Submerged Lands Within Three Geo- 
graphical Miles of the Coast Line of Alaska; 
overruled by Solicitor's Opinion, M-36911, 
86 I.D. 151 (1979) entitled: Effect of Public 
Land Order 82 on the Ownership of Coastal Sub- 
merged Lands in Northern Alaska. 

Opinion of Solicitor — Lands Eligible to be Placed 
Under Recordable Contracts, M- 36613, 68 I.D. 433 
(1961); distinguished and limited, Westlands 
Water District Contract, Central Valley Project, 
Calif. — Excess Land Limitations, M-36666, 72 I.D. 
245 (1965). 



Opinion of Solicitor — Ownership of Minerals 
Beneath Certain Patented Lands in San Carlos 
Mineral Strip, M-36767 (Nov. 1, 1967); supple- 
menting, Authority of the Secretary of the 
Interior to Restore Lands in San Carlos Mineral 
Strip to Tribal Ownership, M-36599, 69 I.D. 195 
(1962). 

Opinion of Solicitor — M-36779 (Nov. 17, 1969), 
Appeals of Freeport Sulphur Co. & Texas Gulf 
Sulphur Co. and M-36841 (Nov. 9, 1971), Appeal 
of Amoco Production Co. are distinguished with 
respect to applicability of exemptions (4) & (9) 
of FOIA to present value estimated and overruled 
with respect to applicability of exemption (5) 
of FOIA to presale estimates; M-36918, 86 I.D. 
661 (1979). 

Opinion of the Solicitor — Title to Certain Lands 
within the Boundaries of the Ft. Yuma Indian 
Reservation as Established by the Executive 
Order of Jan. 9, 1884, M-36886, 84 I.D. 1 (1977); 
overruled, Solicitor's Opinion, Title to Certain 
Lands Within the Boundaries of the Fort Yuma 
(Now Called Quechan) Indian Reservation, M-36908, 
86 I.D. 3 (1979). 

Oregon Alder-Maple Co., 1 IBLA 241 (Jan. 26, 1971); 
distinguished by Nordic Veneers, Inc., 3 IBLA 86 
(Aug. 2, 1971). 

Page, Ralph, 8 IBLA 435 (Dec. 22, 1972); explained, 
Rosetti, Sam, 15 IBLA 288, 81 I.D. 251 (1974). 

Phebus, Clayton, 48 L.D. 128 (1921); overruled so 
far as in conflict, 50 L.D. 281 (1924); over- 
ruled to extent inconsistent, Connell, Emily K. , 
A-29176, 70 I.D. 159 (1963). 

Phillips, Cecil H. , A-30851 (Nov. 16, 1967); over- 
ruled, Miller, Duncan, 6 IBLA 216, 79 I.D. 416 
(1972). 

Phillips, Vance W. , 14 IBLA 79 (Dec. 11, 1973); is 
modified by Phillips, Vance W. and Aelisa A. 
Burnham, 19 IBLA 211 (Mar. 21, 1975). 

Ranger Fuel Corp., 2 IBMA 163, 80 I.D. 708 (1973); 
set aside by Memorandum Opinion and Order Upon 
Reconsideration in Ranger Fuel Corp., 2 IBMA 186, 
80 I.D. 604 (1973). 

Rayburn, Ethel Cowgill, A-28866 (Sept. 6, 1962); 
is modified by Cowgill, T. T. , et al^. , 19 IBLA 
274 (Apr. 7, 1975). 

Reliable Coal Corp., 1 IBMA 50, 78 I.D. 199 (1971); 
distinguished, Zeigler Coal Corp., 1 IBMA 71, 
78 I.D. 362 (1971). 

Relocation of Flathead Irrigation Project's Kerr 
Substation and Switchyard, M-36735 (Jan. 31, 
1968); is reversed and withdrawn, M-36735 
(Supp.), 83 I.D. 346 (1976). 

Resources Exploration & Mining, Inc., 42 IBLA 63 
(1979); modified, 43 IBLA 89 (1979). 

Ross, John R., et al . , A-27259 (Mar. 12, 1956); 

set aside in part, Ellis, Robert C. and Mary V. , 
A-29185 (Sept. 9, 1964). 

Schweite, Helena M. , 14 IBLA 305 (Feb. 1, 1974); 
is distinguished by Burke, Kristeen J., Joe N. 
Melovedoff and Victor Melovedoff, 20 IBLA 162 
(May 5, 1975). 



Table of Overruled and Modified Cases 



Shillander, H. E. , A-30279 (Jan. 26, 1965); over- 
ruled, 6 IBLA 216, 79 I.D. 416 (1972). 

Simpson, Robert E. , A-4167 (June 22, 1970); over- 
ruled to extent inconsistent, United States v. 
Union Carbide Corp., 31 IBLA 72, 84 I.D. 309 
(1977). 



United States v. Kosanke Sand Corp., 3 IBLA 189, 
78 I.D. 285 (1971); set aside and case remanded, 
12 IBLA 282, 80 I.D. 538 (1973). 

United States v. McClarty, Kenneth, 71 I.D. 331 
(1964); vacated and case remanded, 76 I.D. 193 
(1969). 



Smith, M. P., 51 L.D. 251 (1925); overruled, 
Solicitor's Opinion — Response to Feb. 17, 
1976, Request from the General Accounting Of- 
fice: Interpretation of Mineral Leasing Act 
of 1920, and Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act 
Royalty Clause, M-36888, 84 I.D. 54 (1977). 



United States v. Melluzzo, Frank and Wanita, £t al_. 
A-31042, 76 I.D. 18 (1969); reconsideration, 
1 IBLA 37, 77 I.D. 172 (1970). 

Wasserman, Jacob N. , A-30275 (Sept. 22, 1964); 
overruled, 6 IBLA 216, 79 I.D. 416 (1972). 



Standard Oil Co. of California, et_ al . , 76 I.D. 271 
(1969); no longer followed, 5 IBLA 26, 79 I.D. 
23 (1972). 

Star Gold Mining Co., 47 L.D. 38 (1919); distin- 
guished, by U.S. v. Alaska Empire Gold Mining 
Co., 71 I.D. 273 T1964). 

State Production Taxes on Tribal Royalties from 
Leases Other than Oil and Gas, M-36345 (May 4, 
1956); is superseded to the extent that it is 
inconsistent with, Solicitor's Opinion — Tax 
Status of the Production of Oil and Gas from 
Leases of the Ft. Peck Tribal Lands Under the 
1938 Mineral Leasing Act, M-36896, 84 I.D. 905 
(1977). 

Superior Oil Co., A-28897 (Sept. 12, 1962); and 
Wostenberg, William, A-26450 (Sept. 5, 1952); 
distinguished in dictum, 6 IBLA 318, 79 I.D. 
439 (1972). 



Western Slope^Gas Co. , 40 IBLA 280, reconsideration 
denied , 43 IBLA 259 (1979); overruled in perti- 
nent part Solicitor's Opinion, M-36917, 87 I.D. 
27 (1980). 

Wilson Earl R., 21 IBLA 392 (1975); modified and 
distinguished, Walker, Cecil A. and Alan C. F. 
Dille, 26 IBLA 71 (1976). 

Winchester Land and Cattle Co., 65 I.D. 148 (1958); 
and Davis, E. W. , A- 29889 (Mar. 25, 1964); no 
longer followed in part, Han, Ruth E., 13 IBLA 
296, 80 I.D. 698 (1973). 

Winters, Raymond W. , A-28125 (Jan. 15, 1960); is 
overruled, Forest Oil Corp., 15 IBLA 33 (Feb. 28, 
1974). 

Wolf Joint Ventures, 75 I.D. 137 (1968); distin- 
guished, United States v. Union Carbide Corp., 
31 IBLA 72, 84 I.D. 309 (1977). 



United States v. Barngrover (On Rehearing), 57 I.D. 
533 (1942); overruled in part by United States 
v. Robinson, Theresa B., 21 IBLA 363, 82 I.D. 
414 (1975). 



Zeigler Coal Co., 4 IBMA 139, 82 I.D. 21, 1974-1975 
OSHD par. 19,638 (1975); overruled in part, 
Alabama By-Products Corp. (On Reconsideration), 
7 IBMA 85, 83 I.D. 574 (1976). 



TABLE OF SUITS FOR JUDICIAL REVIEW OF DEPARTMENTAL DECISIONS 
BOTH PUBLISHED AND UNPUBLISHED 



Page (s ) 



Page (s ) 



Adams, Alonzo, et al. 
et al. 



Witmei 



Adams, Bill, et al_. v. Andrus CXXXI 

Adler Construction Co. v. U.S. CXXXI 

Ahrens, Robert J., et al. v. Andrus CXXXIX 



Akers, Dolly Cusker v_. Dept. of the 
Interior 



CXXXI 



Austin, Buck, Lilly, Jack & Billy 
Chief, Alta Rose Albert, Betty 
Crank, Manymule's Daughter #2, 
Steven Lake, Kee Lake & Kee Begay 
v. Thompson, Morris, Commissioner 
of Indian Affairs 



Aztec Exploration & Development Co. 

y_. Dept. of the Interior et^ al_. CXXXVII 



Babcock, James, et al. v. Udall- 



Alaska, State of v. Alaska Native 
Claims Appeal Board et^ al_. 



Alaska, State of v. Andrus et al. 



CXXXIX 
- CXXXI 



Babcock, J. C. & L. G. Shipp v. The 
Secretary of the Interior 



Babington, Charles J. v. Udall- 



CXXXII 
- CLVII 



Albrechtsen, Ray H. & Mountain State; 
Corp. v. Morton, Rogers C. B. 



Baciarelli, Elverna Yevonne Clairmont 
v . Mo r ton 



Alexander, Ken & Kenneth D. 
Secretary 



Alexander, William T. v. Andrus et al. 



Alexander, William T. v. Frizzell, 
Kent, Acting Secretary, et al.— 



Allen, E. H. , e£ al_. v. Udall 

Allen, William v. Morton 

Allied Contractors, Inc. v. U.S.- 



Amerada Hess Corp. , Louisiana Land & 
Exploration Co. , & Oil Shale Corp. 
v . Morton 



lerican Coal Co. v. Dept. of the 
Interior 



nerican Telephone & Telegraph Co. , 
a Corp. y_. Dept. of the Interior, 
Morton, et al. 



Anderson, A. F. , e£ al_. v. Morton 
& The Board of Land Appeals- 



Anderson, L. Robert v. Udall- 



Arjay Oil Co. , a U'.ah Corp. 
Andrus, Cecil D. , et al.- 



Arnold, Hillin L. 
Morton et al.— 



Ashley, Eleanor P., as Personal 
Representative of Estate of 
Charles D. Ashley y_. Andrus — 



Atlantic Richfield Co. v. Hickel- 

Atlantic Richfield Co. & Pasco, 
Inc. v. Morton, Rogers C. B. , 
et al. 



— CLX 
CXXXI 

CXXXI 
CXXXI 
CXXXI 
CXXXI 



CLX, CLXIX 
CLIII 



- CXXXII 
-- CLVII 



Attocknie, Willis v. Udall- 
Atwood et al. v. Udall 



CXXXII, CXLVII 

CXXXII 

CLVIX 



Bagley, David C, et_ al_. y_. Udall 
e t al . 



Baker, Melton E. v 
Thomas S. , et al 



U.S. 



Kleppe, 
Baker, Phil v. Dept. of the Interior- 



CLXI 

CXXXIII 



Baldwin, H. E. & John R. Keeling 

v. Morton et al. CXXXIII 



Ball Brothers Sheep Co. v. Morton- 



Ballard E. Spencer Trust, Inc. 

v. Morton et al. CXXXIII 



Barash, Max v_. McKay- 
Barnard-Curtiss Co. \ 



CXXXIII 
CXXXIII 



Barrows, Esther, as an Individual and 
as Executrix of the Last Will of 
E. A. Barrows, Deceased y_. Hickel CLXI 

Bartell, A. 0. v. Andrus CLXI 

Barton, Harold E. L. v. Udall et^ al^ CLXVIII 

Barton, R. M. v. Morton et^ al_. CXXXIII 

Battle Mountain Co. v. Udall CXXXIII, CXLVI 



Bay Construction Co. , Inc. , et^ al . 



U.5 



CXXXIII 



Beaird, Charles Thomas i/. Andrus 
& U . S . 



Bennett, William, Paul F. Goad & 
United Mine Workers v. Kleppe— 



Benson-Mont in-Greer Drilling Corp. 
v. Andrus, Cecil, et al. 



Bergesen, Sam v. U.S. — 



CXXXIII 
CXXXIII 



iigheart, Velma Rose, Surviving Spouse 
of William Bigheart, Jr. , Deceased 
Unallotted Osage Indian v. Pappan, 
John, Superintendent of the Osage 
Indian Agency, et al.™ -———----——-- 



CXXXIV 



Table of Suits for Judicial Review 
Page(s) 



Billmeyer, John, etc. y_. U.S. 

Bishop, Clyde W. v. Udall 

Bishop Coal Co. v. Kleppe, Thomas S. 

Block, J. L. v. Morton, Rogers, 

Secretary of the Interior 



CXLIII 
CXLIII 
- CLVII 



CLXI 



Blue Bell Gold Mining Co. v^. Morton 
e t a 1 . 



Blythe, Catherine R. v. Kleppe 

Bobb, Wilson Sr. y_. U.S. & Andrus- 

Boesche, Fenelon y_. Seaton 

Booth, Lloyd W. v. Hickel 

Bowen y_. Chemi-Cote Perlite 

Bowman, James Houston v. Udall 



- CLXI 
-- CLXI 

CXXXIV 
CXXXIV 

— CLXI 
CXXXVI 

-- CLVI 



Boyd, Jack Zemmy , Jr. v. Andrus CLXI 



Boyle, Alice A. & Carrie H. 
Morton 



BPS Associates et_ al_. y_. U.S. 
Andrus, et al. 



Bradford Mining Corp. , Successor of 
J. R. Osborne v. Andrus, Cecil D.- 



Brandt, Mary L. , et^ al_. v. Udall- 



CLXVI 
CXLII 



Brazie, George B., individually & 
as the Executor of the Last Will 
and Testament of Julius Benter, 
Deceased v. Morton CXXXIII 

Brick, Irving B. v. Andrus, Cecil D. CXXXIV 

Brookhaven Oil Co. v. Seaton CXXXIV 

Brown, H. D. v. U.S. & Hickel CXXXVII 



Brown, Jessie A. & W. L. Tallon, 
Jr. v. Andrus et al. — — . 



Irown, Melvin A. v. Udall- 



CXXXIV 
CXXXIV 



Bunn, Thomas M. v. Udall- 



Page(s) 
CLIV 



Burglin, C. , A. E. Greig, Owen 

Jennings, et^ al_. y_. Kleppe et al.- 

Burglin, C, Dennis Krize, Mark 
Ringstad, Kenneth Ringstad, Lloyd 
Burgess, et^ al_. v. Hathaway et al. 



Burglin, C, Earnest G. & Dora A. 
Carter & Michael F. Scanlan v^. 
U.S., Morton, et^ al. CLVII 

Burglin, C. & Helen Bailey v.. 

U.S., Morton, et al. CLVII 



Burglin, C. & R. C. Bailey v. 
U.S., Morton, et al. 



Burglin, C. & William D. Sexton 
v. Morton et al. 



Burkhardt, Walter H. , et al. 
Morton & The Board of Land 
Appea Is 



CLX, CLXIX 



Burkybile, Doris Whiz v. Smith, 
Alvis, Sr. , as Guardian Ad Litem 
for Zelma, Vernon, Kenneth, Mona 
& Joseph Smith, Minors, et al. 



Bushman Construction Co. v_. U.S.- 
Byrd, Norman R. y^. Andrus & U.S.- 
Calder, Zelph S. v. Udall 



- CLXX 
CXXXV 
CXXXV 
CXXXV 



Calhoun & Howell of Oregon, Ltd. 

v. Hickel CLXI 

California Ass'n of 4WD Clubs et al. 

v. Andrus et^ al_. CXXXV 

California Co., The v. Udall CXXXV 

California Oil Co. v. Sec. CLVIII 



California Portland Cement Co. 
Andrus et al . 



CXXXV 



Cameron Parish Police Jury v. 
Udall et al. 



Brown, Penelope Chase, et^ al_. 

v. Udall CLVIX 



Brown, Robert G. , Jr. , et al_. v. 

U.S. CLIV 



Brubaker, Earl J. . e£ al_. y. 
Andrus et al. 



Brubaker, R. W. , et al. v. 



CLXI I I 

Morton CLXI 



Bryant, Joe E. y_. Secretary of the 
Interior 



Buch, R. C. v. Udall, Stewart L. 



-- CLXI 
CXXXIV 



Canon, Jack D. & Billie B. , et al . 
v. Andrus, Cecil D. , Secretary of 
the Interior CXXXV 

Canterbury Coal Co. v. Kleppe, 

Thomas S . CXXXV 

Carl, Jack E. v. Seaton CXXXV 

Carr, Marie Tieyah v. Andrus CLVIX 

Carson Construction Co. v. U.S. CXXXV 

Casey, John Jay y_. U.S., Morton, 

et al. CXXXV 



Bunch, Evelyn M. v. Kleppe, Thomas 
Secretary of the Interior 



Bunkowski, Henrietta & Andrew Julius 
y. Appelgate, L. Paul, District 
Manager, BLM, Thomas S. Kleppe, 
Secretary of the Interior, et al.— 



Century Industries-Flagstaff et^ al_ 
v. U.S., Morton, et al. 



F. Lytle Co. v. U.S. 



CLXIII 
CXXXVI 



Chambers, Evelyn v. Andrus, Cecil D. 

& Paul Howard, State Director, BLM CXXXVI 



Table of Suits for 

Page(s) 

Chaparral Resources, Inc. v^. Andrus 

et^ alU CXXXVI 

Chapman, John C. , e£ al^. v. U.S. CLXI 

Charlestone Stone Products Co. 

y_. Morton CLXI 

Chournos, Nick v. U.S. CLXII 

Chournos, Nick, et^ al_. v. U.S. et^ al^ CLXII 

Christiansen Oil & Gas, Inc. v. 

Andrus, Cecil D. 6, Daniel P. Baker CXXXVI 

Christy Corp. v. U.S. CXXXVI 

Citizens Committee to Save our Public 
Lands, Hastings Environmental Law 
Society v. Kleppe, Thomas S., 
et^ &}_■ CXXXVI 

Clark, County of v. Kleppe, Thomas, 

et_ al_. CXXXVI 

Clarkson, Stephen H. v. U.S. CXXXVI 

Clear Gravel Enterprises v. Keil, 
Nolan, State Dir. , BLM, Nevada, 
e^ al_. CLXII 

Clements, John Raymond v. Seaton CLXII 

COAC, Inc. v. U.S. CXXXVI 

Cobb, P. and Osro v. U.S. CXXXVI 

Cody, Elsie v. Hickel CLXII 

Cohen, Hannah and Abram v. U.S. CXXXVII 

Colson, Barney R. v. Morton CXXXVII 

Colson, Barney R. , et^ aK Y_- Uda11 CXXXVII 

Commercial Metals Co. v. U.S. CXXXVII 

Confederated Tribes & Bands of the 
Yakima Indian Nation y_. Kleppe, 
Thomas, et_ al^. CLXX 

Confederated Tribes & Bands of the 
Yakima Indian Nation v. Kleppe, 
Thomas, Secretary of the Interior 
& Erwin Ray CXL 

Consolidated Gas Supply 

Corp. v. Udall et^ aJL CXXXIV, 

CXLII, CXLVI 

Constitution Petroleum Co. , Arrow 
Petroleum Co. & East Utah Mining 
Co. v. Kleppe, Thomas S., et^ aK CXXXVII 

Continental Oil Co. v. Udall et^ al^. CXXXVII 

Converse, Ford M. v. Udall CLXII 

Copper Valley Machine Works, Inc. 

y_. Andrus, Cecil D. CXXXVII 

Cornell, Jay F. v. Morton CXXXVII 

Cornia, William D. , et^ a^. v. Udall CXXXVII 

Cortella Coal Corp. & Alaska Mineral 
Exploration Co. v. McVee, Curtis V. , 
State Dir., BLM, Alaska et al. CXXXVII 



Judicial Review 

Page(s) 

Cosmo Construction Co. et_ al_. y_. 

U, s . CXXXVII 

Cotton Petroleum Corp. y_. Andrus 

et^ al_. CXXXVIII 

Couch, D. Q. (Bill) v. Udall CXLIV 

Coyer, Donald W. & Fred L. Engle, 
d/b/a Resource Service Co. y_. 
Andrus, Cecil D. , Alfred L. 
Easterday & J. Roe CXXXVIII 

Coyer, Donald W. & Fred L. Engle, 
d/b/a Resource Service Co. v. 
Andrus, Cecil D. , Wyoming State 
Office, BLM CXXXVIII 

Crawford, Jesse W. v. Udall CLXII 

Crawford, Martha Alfreda Racine 
et al ■ v. Andrus, Cecil D. , 
Secretary of the Interior CLIV 

Crenshaw, Lillian, et^ al_. v. Sec. CXLI 

Crouse, Elizabeth Barndt, et^ al_. v. 

K. Ranch, Inc., Udall, et^ al. . CXXXVIII 

Crow, Elsie May Pikok v. U.S. & 

Morton CXXXVI 1 1 

Crow, Jerry L. v. Andrus & U.S. CLXII 

Cuccia, Louise & Shell Oil Co. v. 

Udall CXLVIII 

Cuccia, Victoria L. v. Udall CLVIX 

Daniels, Elizabeth, et al . v. 
Johnson, Supt. , Osage Indian 
Agency & Udall CXXXVIII 

Darling, Bernard E. v. *Udall CXLV 

Dawson, Ruby, et^ al^. v. Kleppe, 

Thomas S. CXXXIV 

Dawson, Susan v. Andrus, Cecil CXXXVIII 

Day, Oma Belle, et^ aK v. Hickel et^ al_. CXXXVIII 

Denham, Bradley F. v. Andrus CLXII 

Denison, Marie W. v. Udall CLXII 

Devenny, J. S. v. Udall CLXII 

Diamond Ring Ranch, Inc. y. Morton 

et^ al_. CXXXIV 

Dietemann, Aloys A. & Doris E. v_. 
Kleppe, Thomas S., Secretary of 
the Interior, et^ al_. CLXII 

Dlouhy, Francis N. v. Seaton CLXII 

Doria Mining & Engineering Corp. v. 

Morton et^ al^. CXXXV 

Downing, Arthur, Alan Winter, Alan 
Troxler & Headwaters y_. Frizzell, 
Kent, Acting Secretary, et^ al_. CXLII 

Dredge Co. v. Husite Co. CXXXVIII 

Dredge Corp., The v. Morton et al. CLXIII 



cxx 

Table of Suits for 

Page(s) 

Dredge Corp. , The v. Palmer CXXXVI 

Dredge Corp. , The v. Penny CXXXVI II, CLXIII 

Duesing, Bert F. v. Udall CLVIX 

Duval, Maurice, et^ al_. v. Morton CLXIII 

Duvels, Inc., West Park Interna- 
tional, Inc., et^ al^. v. Frizzell, 
Kent, Acting Secretary CLXXI 

Edwards, Adrian, Trustee for Ross 
Stegman, & Real Party in Interest 
v. Morton, Rogers C. B. CLVIII 

Edwards, Lawrence v. Udall CXXXIX 

Edwards, Wesley Laverne v. U.S. 

et^ al_. CXXXIX 

Eldridge, Hal W., et^ al_. v. Sec. CLXVII 

Elkhorn Mining Co. y_. Morton CLXIII 

Eluska, Heldina, Individually & on 
behalf of all others similarly 
situated v. Kleppe, Thomas, Indi- 
vidually & in his official capac- 
ity as Secretary of the Interior CXXXIX 

Equity Oil Co. v. Udall CLX 

Ernst, Henry J. v. Sec. CXXXIX 

Eskra, Constance Jean Hollen v^. 

Morton et_ al_. CLXX 

Evans, David H. v. Morton CXXXIX 

Farington, Elsie V., an individual 

v. Morton CXXXIX 

Farrelly, John J. & the Fifty-One 

Oil Co. v. McKay CXXXIX 

Faulkner, Ralph G. , John L. , Laura 
Jo, R. Fred & Susan L. v. Kleppe, 
Thomas S., Secretary of the 
Interior, et^ al_. CXXXIX 

Ferguson, Chester H. , Stella 
Ferguson Thayer & Howell L. 
Ferguson v. Morton et^ al_. CXXXIX 

Ferry, Robert V. & Irving Baker v. 

Udal 1 CLVII 

Finnesand, Hannah, Flora Rondeau, 

e£ al_. v. Morton et^ al^. CXXXIX 

Fitzgerald, Kathryn R. & John 

Holden v. Hickel CLXIII 

Foote Mineral Co. v. Andrus, 

Cecil D. , et^al_. CXXXIX 

Forsberg, Carl E. v. Udall CXXXIX, CXLVI 

Foster, Everett, et^ al_. v. Seaton CLXIII 

Foster, Gladys H. , Executrix of the 
Estate of T. Jack Foster y_. Udall, 
Stewart L. , Boyd L. Rasmussen CXL 

Foster, Katherine S. & Brook H. 

Duncan II v. Udall CXXXIII 



Judicial Review 

Page (s ) 

Foster, Robert K. , et^ al^. v^. Manager, 

Riverside Land Office, et^ al_. CXL 

Freeman, Autrice Copeland v. Udall CXXXIII 

Freese, Andrew L. , II v_. Andrus, 

Cecil D. CLXIII 

Fuel Resources Development Co. \f. 

Andrus et^ al_. CXL 

Funderburg, Coral V. v. Udall et_ al_. CXL 

Gabbs ExpLpration Co. v. Udall CXL, CLX 

Gaffney, Bernard J. & Myrle A. v. 

Uda 1 1 CXL 

Gallagher, John A., et^ al_. v. Andrus 

et al_. CXLVI 

Gardener, Jack L. v^. Secretary CLXIII 

Garigan, Philip T. v. Udall CXLVII 

Garner, Fred & Eileen v. U.S. et^ al_. CLXIII 

Garthofner, Stanley v. Udall CXL 

Garula, Fred v. Udall CLXIII 

Gary, Samuel v. Udall CLV 

Geikaunmah, Juanita Mammedaty & 
Imogene Geikaunmah Carter v. 
Morton CXL 

Gelb, Sidney v. Kleppe, Thomas S. , 

Secretary of the Interior CXL 

General Excavating Co. v. U.S. CXL 

Gerttula, Nelson A. v. Udall CXL 

Goad, Charles M. v. U.S. & Morton CLV 

Golden Eagle Mining Corp. v. Udall CLXIII 

Gonsales, Charles B. v. Seaton CXL 

Gonsales, Charles B. v. Udall CXL 

Gonzales, John v_. Udall CXLI 

Goodwin, James C. v. Andrus, Dale R., 

State Dir., BLM, et^ al_. CXLI 

Granat, Ray, et^ al_. v. Kleppe, 
Thomas S. & the Dept. of the 
Interior CXLI 

Grewell, LaVonne V. v_. Kleppe, 
Thomas S., Secretary of the 
Interior CXLI 

Grigg, Golden T., et^ al_. v. U.S. 

& Morton CLXIII 

Griggs, William H. v. Solan CXLII 

Grindstone Butte Project et^ al_. 

v_. Kleppe, Thomas S., et^ al^. CXLI 

Growing Thunder, Nancy & Vernon, 
Minors, by & through their next 
friend & Guardian Ad Litem, Dale 
Running Bear v_. Morton et al . — — — — — — CXLI 



Gucker, George L. v. Udall- 



Gulf Oil Corp. & Mobil Oil Corp. 
v. Hathaway et^ al_. 



Table of Suits for Judicial Review 

Page(s) 
CLI 



CXLI 



Gullo, Thomas V. & Joseph L. 

Randazzo v. Dept. of the Interior- 



Guns ight Mining Corp. v. Morton- 



Gustav Hirsch Organization, Inc. 
v . U.S. 



~ CXLI 
CLXIII 



Guthrie Electrical Construction Co. 
v . U.S. 



(Hall), Georgette B. Lee v. Udall- 
Hall, William & Diana v. Sec. 



CXLI 
CLIV 
CXLI 



Hallenbeck, Charles V. Jr. & Clyde A. 
v. Bureau of Reclamation 



Ham, J. E. , et^ al_. y_. Andrus et al.- 

Hamel, Lester J. y. Nelson et^ al_. — 

Hannifin, D. L. v. Hickel 

Hansen, Raymond J. y. Seaton 

Hansen, Raymond J. , et^ al_. y. Udall- 

Harrell, Beverly y. Hillsamer, 

A. John, et al. 



CLXIII 

- CXLVI 
-- CXLI 

CLVIII 
CXL 

- CXLI I 

- CXLII 



Harvey, Paul, Grace Ernest & Lalo 
Enriquez y. Udall 



Haskins, Richard P., for Himself & 
as Administrator of the Estate of 
Bartholomew H. Haskins, Deceased 
v. Udall — 



Hatter, Richard L. , et^ al_. d/b/a Chad 
Enterprise y. U.S. 



Hayes, Joe v. Seaton- 



-- CLXXI 
-- CLVIX 



Hayes, Karen, Administratrix of the 
Estate of Keith C. Hayes, Deceased; 
Dorothy Smith v. Andrus 



CLVII 



Heden, Gerald D. & Sharon A. , John D. 

& Diane E. Prichard v. Secretary CLXIV 

Heffelman, Charles W. v. Udall CLXXI 

Henault Mining Co. v. Tysk «* al_. CLXIV 



Henr ikson, Charles H. , et^ al_. 
Udall et al. 



CLXIV 



Hickey, Thomas D. y. U.S., Interior 
Board of Land Appeals, et_ al_. 



Hicks, Taylor T. , e^ al_. v. U.S., 
Udall, Secretary of the Interior 



Higbee, Ernest, et al. 



CLXIV 

Morton- CLXIV 



Higgins, Jesse, et^ al_. y_. Andrus, 
Cecil D. 



Hiko Bell Mining & Oil Co., a Ut« 
Corp. v. Kleppe, Thomas S., Sec 
retary of the Interior 



Page(s) 



Hiko Bell Mining & Oil Corp. v. 
Andrus, Cecil D. , et al. 



Hill, Houston Bus v. Morton 

Hill, Houston Bus & Thurman S. 
Hurst v. Morton 



CLIII 
-- CLV 



Hinton, S. Jack, et al. v. Udall- 



Holland Livestock Ranch et al 
U.S., Andrus, et al . 



- CLV 
CLVI 



CXXXIV 

Holt, Kenneth, etc. v. U.S. CXLII 

Hope Natural Gas Co. v. Udall CXLII, CXLVI 

Howey, Elbert F. v. Morton, 

Rogers C. B. CXLII 



Hudson, David Russell y. U.S., 
Thomas S. Kleppe, et^ al_. 



Huff, Thomao J. v. Asenap 

Huff, Thomas J. v. Udall 

Hugg, Harlan H. , et^ al_. v. Udall- 



CXLII 
CLXXI 
CLXXI 
— CLX 



Humboldt Placer Mining Co. & Del De 

Rosier v. Sec. of the Interior CLXIV 

Hunter, Dan H. & Mountain States 
Resources Corp. y. Morton, 
Rogers C. B. CXLI I I 



H & W Oil Co. y. Kleppe, Thomas S. 
Secretary of the Interior-- 



Hyrup, John V. v. Morton, Rogers C. B.- 



CXLIII 
CXLIII 



Ideal Basic Industries, Inc., formerly 
known as Ideal Cement Co. v. Morton- 



Independent Quick Silver Co., an 

Oregon Corp. v. Udall CLXIV 



Inlet Oil Corp. & Raymond J. Ellis 
v . Hi eke 1 



International Union of United Mine 
Workers of America y. Hathaway — 



International Union of United Mine 
Workers of America v. Morton 



Iverson, C. J. y. Frizzell, Kent, 
Acting Secretary & Dorothy D. Rupe- 



James, Don & Winona y. Gomez, Mabel 
George, et^ al_. 



J. A. Terteling & Sons, Inc. v. U. 

J. D. Armstrong, Inc. y. U.S. 

Jensen-Rasniussen & Co. v_. U.S. 

Johnson, Dale y. Udall 

Johnson, Leroy S., et al. v. U.S., 
Andrus 



Johnson, Leroy V. & Roy H. , Marlene 
Johnson Exendine & Ruth Johnson 
Jones y. Kleppe, Thomas S., Secre- 
tary of the Interior 



■ CXLIII 

- CLIII 

- CXLIII 

- CXLIII 

- CXLIII 

- CXLIII 

- CLXIV 



Table of Suits for Judicial Review 
Page(s) 

Johnson, Menzel G. v. Morton et^ al_. CXLIII 

Johnson, R. B. v. Udall CLXIV 



Johnson, Robert N. , et^ al_. & Thelma A. 
Johnson as Individual & Executrix 
of Nolan F. Flutz Estate v. Udall 



CLXIV 



June Oil & Gas, Inc. & Cook Oil & Gas 
Inc. v. Andrus et al. 



CXLIV 

Kadayso, Ruth Maynahonah v. Udall CXLVII 

Kadow, Kenneth J., et^ al^. v. Udall CXLIV 

Kalerak, Andrew J., Jr., et^ al_. v. 

Uda 1 1 CXXXI 

Kanawha Coal Co. v. Andrus, Cecil D. CXLIV 

Keans, R. A. v. Udall e£ al_. CXLIV 

Kerr-McGee Corp., Cabot Corp., 

Felmont Oil Corp. , & Case-Pomeroy 

Oil Corp. v. Morton et^ al_. CXLIV 



Kindness, James Harold & Sherman 
Grant Wilson Jr. y. Frizzell, 
Kent, Acting Secretary 



King, David L. & Kathryn v. Bureau 

of Land Management CLXIV 



King, John J. v. Udall 

King, John J., et^ al_. v. Udall 

King, John J. & Dorothy W. v. Udall- 



CXLIV, CLV 

CXLIV 

CXLIV 



King, William C. v. U.S. & Secretary 
of the Interior et al. 



CLXIV 



Kirkpatrick Oil & Gas Co. v. U.S. 
& Thomas S. Kleppe 



Klatt, Margaret L. v. Kleppe, 

Thomas S., Individually & in his 
official capacity as Secretary of 
the Interior, et al. 



Knowlton, Elsie Marie & Horace J. 
v. Hickel 



Kohl, Charles W. & Cora A. v. 
Yurich, Steve, Morton, et al. 



Krueger, Max L. y. Morton CXXXII 

Krueger, Max L. v. Seaton CXLV 



Krumtum, James M. & Cale M. Shearer 
v. Udall et al. 



Laatz, Gordon W. & Alleyne J. 
Morton et al. 



Lade, Richard M., Attorney in Fact 
for the Santa Fe Pacific R.R. v. 
Udall et al. 



CXLV 



Laden, George C. , Louis Wedekind, 
Mrs. Vern Lear, Mrs. Arda Fritz 
& Helen Laden Wagner, Heirs of 
George H. Wedekind, Deceased v_. 
Morton et al. CLVIII 



Page(s) 



LaFortuna Uranium Mines, Inc. 
Se aton 



Lamp, Benson J. v_. Andrus et^ al_. 

Lance, Richard Dean y. Udall et^ al_. 

Lane Minerals, Inc. y_. Udall et^al_.- 

Larsen, Ethel Schell & Minerals Trust 
Corp. v. Morton 



— CLXII 

- CXXXIX 

CLXV 

CLXV 



Larsen, George M., et^ al_. v. Udall- 
La Rue, W. Dalton, Sr. v. Udall 



- CLXV 
CXLIV 

- CXLV 



La Rue, W. Dalton, Sr. , & Juanita S. 

v. U.S., Morton, et al. CXLV 



Laughlin, Donald J. v. Kleppe, 
Thomas S., Individually & as 
Secretary of the Interior, et_ al . 

Lawler, Robert, e£ al_. y_. Hickel — 

L. B. Samford, Inc. v. U.S. 

Lewis, Betty J. y_. Udall 



— CXLV 

CLIV 

CXLV 

CXLVII I 



Lewis, Gary Carson, etc., et al ■ 
General Services Admin, et al. 



CL 



Lewis, Perley M. , et^ al_. v. Udall CXLV 

CXLV 



Lewis, Perley M. , et^ ux . y. Udall 
et al . 



Lewis, Ruth Pinto, Individually & as 
the Administratrix of the Estate of 
Ignacio Pinto y. Kleppe, Thomas S. , 
Secretary of the Interior & the U.S. 

Lichtenstein, Dr. Heinz & Ursula, 

et al. v. Andrus et al. 



Ling, Warren Dale & Francis Miles v. 
Frizzell, Kent, Acting Secretary- 



Linn Land Co. et^ al_. v. Udall CXXXIX, CXLVI, 

CLIII, CLVI 

Lisco, Barbara C. y. Hathaway et_ al_. CLIII 

Liss, Merwin E. v. Seaton CXXXVII 

Longhat, Edward, Clara & Alice y_. 

Andrus, Cecil CLVII 



Lord, Blaine J., et al. 
Helmandollar et al. — 



Lost Polack Mining & Exploration Co. 
v. Andrus, Cecil 



CLXV 



Lowey, Frederick, et^ al_. v. Andrus 

et^ al_. CXLVI 

Lucas, Leland Murray v. Udall et^ al_. CXLVI 



Lutey, Bess May et^ al_. y_. Dept. 
Agriculture, BLM, et al.- 



of 



Lutzenhiaer, Earl M. & Leo J. Kottas 
v. Udall et al. 



Maclsaac, Joseph F., et^ al_. y^. Morton- 



CXLVI 

CXLIV 
CXLVI 



Table of Suits for Judicial Review 
Page (s ) 



McBride, Norman Lewis, Assignor & 
George Rodda, Jr. , Assignee v^. Sec- 
retary of the Interior et^ al_. 



McCall, William A. v. Morton et al.- 

McCall, William A., Sr. , The Dredge 
Corp. & Olaf H. Nelson y_. Boyles, 
John F., et al. 



- CLV 
CLXV 



McCall, William A., Sr. & the Estate 
of Olaf Henry Nelson, Deceased y_. 
Boyles, John S., District Manager, 
Bureau of Land Management, et al.— 

McCarthy, Robert E., Successor 
to Walter E. Beck v. Noren, 
Leonard E., et al. 



McClarty, Kenneth v. Udall et al. 

McDade, James W. v. Morton 

McGahan, Kenneth v. Udall 

McGarry, Sheridan L. y_. Udall 

Mcintosh, Samuel W. v. Udall 



CLI 

CLXV 

-- CXLVI 
— CXLVI 
-- CXLVI 
CXLVIII 



McKenna, Elgin A. (Mrs.), as Execu- 
trix of the Estate of Patrick A. 
McKenna, Deceased v. Udall CXLVI 

McKenna, Elgin A. (Mrs.), Widow & 
Successor in Interest of Patrick A. 
McKenna, Deceased v. Hickel et^ al_. CXLVI 

McKenna, Patrick A. v. Davis CXXXVIII 

McKinnon, A. G. v. U.S. CXLVI 

McLean, Kenneth Samuel v. Hickel CXLVI 



McMaster, Raymond C. v. U.S., Dept. 
of the Interior, Secretary of the 
Interior & BIA 



McNeil, Wade y^. Leonard et al. 

McNeil, Wade v. Seaton 

McNeil, Wade v. Udall 



McTiernan, J. W. y. Franklin, Acting 
Secretary of the Interior 



McTiernan, J. W. 
Rogers C. B.— 



- CXLVI 
CXLVI I 
CXLVI I 
CXLVII 

CXLVII 



Maher, Charles & L. Franklin 
Mader v. Morton 



CLXV 



Maisano, Joseph & Jean y_. Morton 
et al . 



CLV 

Marathon Oil Co. v. Morton et_ a^. CXXXII, CXLVII 

Matchett, Roy L. v. U.S. CLXVII 

Mathis, Billy, et al^. v. Udall et al. CXLVII 



Matin, Helen Pratt, et^ al/ y. Johnson, 
Supt., Osage Ind. Agency & Udall 



May, Alvir 



v. Udall et al. 



CXXXII I 
CLXV 



May, Ralph E. v. Udall 

Mecham, Allan E., et_ al_. 
Meeks, Albert v. Rowland- 



Megna, Salvatore, Guardian, etc. 
v. Seaton 



Page(s) 

- CXLVII 

- CXLVII 

- CLVII 

- CXLVII 



Melcher, John & Ruth E. v. Zaidlicz, 

Edwin, Montana Dir. of BLM et^ al_. CXLV 

Melluzzo, Frank & Wanita y. Andrus CLXV 

Melluzzo, Frank & Wanita v. Morton CLXV 

Meva Corp. v. U.S. CXLVII 

Mickunas, Albert P. v. Morton et_ al_. CXLVII 

Miller, Donald E. v. Hickel e^ al_. CXLVII 

Miller, Duncan y_. Adjudicative 
Officers of Billings BLM (Civil 
No. 74-53-BLG) CXLIX 



Miller, Duncan y_. Adjudicative 
Officers of Billings BLM (Civil 
No. 1146) 



Miller, Duncan v. Adjudicative 
Officers of the BLM, Dept. of 
the Interior 



Miller, Duncan v. Adjudicative 
Officers of U.S. Geological 
Survey, Tulsa et^ al_. 



Miller, Duncan v. Admin. Officers 
of BLM & Dept. of Interior 



Miller, Duncan v. Admin. Officers, 
California BLM 



Miller, Duncan v. BLM, Dept. of the 

Interior, Secretary of the Interior CXLIX 

Miller, Duncan v. The Board of Land 

Appeals, Dept. of the Interior CXLIX 

Miller, Duncan v. Director of BLM CXLIX 

Miller, Duncan v. Officers of BLM & 

Dept. of the Interior CXLIX 

Miller, Duncan v. Officers of the 
Dept. of the Interior (Civil No. 
76-48 BLG) CXLIX 



Miller, Duncan v. Operating Officers 
of BLM, Dept. of the Interior & 
Secretary of the Interior (Nominal 
De f endant ) 



Miller, Duncan v. Seaton (A-27620)- 



Miller, Duncan v. Sec. (A-30924 
et al.) 



CL 

CXLVIII 



Miller, Duncan y. The Honorable Sec- 
retaries of the Interior, etc. , 
et al. (Civil No. 75-0905) 



Miller, Duncan y_. The Honorable Sec- 
retaries of the Interior, etc. , 
et al. (Civil No. 75-2138) 



CXXIV 

Table of Suits for 

Page(s) 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall, Stewart L. , 
Secretary of the Interior & His 
Officers CXLIX 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall, 69 I.D. 14 

(1962 ) CLI 1 1 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall, 70 I.D. 1 

(1963) CXLVIII 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-28008 

et^ a^. ) CXLVIII 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-28057 

et^ al_. ) ■ CXLVIII 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-28172 

et^ al^. ) ■ CXLVIII 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-28509) CXLVIII 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-28586 

£1 al_. ) CXLVIII 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-28647)- CXLVIII 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-28909 

et_ al_. ) — CXLV 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-28937 

et^ al_. ) CXLVIII 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-29251) CLV 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-29312) CXLVIII 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-29365 

et^ al_. ) CXLVIII 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-29900 

e^ al_. ) CXLVIII 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-30122 

e£ al_. ) CXLVIII 

Miller, Duncan v- Udall (A-30213 

et^ al^. ) ■ CXLVIII 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-30270) CXLVIII 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-30393) CXLIX 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-30434) CXLIX 

Miller, Duncan v- Udall (A-30517) ■ CXLIX 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-30546, 

A-30566 & 73 I.D. 211) CXLIX 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-30570) CXLIX 

Miller, Duncan v. Udall (A-30891) CXLIX 

Mimick, John R. , et^ al_. v. Rleppe, 
Thomas S., Individually & in his 
capacity as Secretary of the 
Interior ■ ■ CL 

Mineral Ventures, Ltd. y^ Secretary 

of the Interior CLXV 

Minerals Trust Corp. v. Udall CLXIII 

Mitchell Energy Corp. v. Andrus, 

Cec i 1 ■ CL 



Judicial Review 

Mollohan, H. D. , et_ al_. y. Gray et al. 

Mollring, Howard S. v. Keough et al.— 

Morgan, Henry S. v. Udall 

Morris, G. Patrick, Joan E. Roth, 
Elise L. Neeley, et^ al_. v. U.S. 
& Morton CLXVI 

Morrison-Knudsen Co., Inc. v. U.S. CL 

Moseley, Ernest E. v. Udall CLXVI 



Page (s ) 

CL 

CL 

CL 



Moss, Mildred A. 
Cecil, et al.- 



et al. v. Andrus, 



— CL 



Mountain States Resources v. Morton CLXXI 

Mulkern, G. C. (Tom) v. Keough CLXVI 

Mullins, Howard v. Andrus, Cecil D. CLIII 

Multiple Use, Inc. v. Morton CLXVIII 

Munsey, Glenn v. Andrus, Cecil D. CL 



Munsey, Glenn, Arnold & Earnest 
Scott, Miners v. Morton ~ 



Murer, Christian F. v. Morton 

Napier, Barnette T. , et^ al^. v. Sec. 

National Motor Service Co. , Succes- 
sor to Gary K. Lloyd y_. Morton, 
Rogers C. B. 



CL 

CLXVI 
-- CLX 



Native Village of Tyonek y^. Bennett- 
Navajo Tribe of Indians y^. Morton 
et al . 



CLXVI 
— CLI 



Nelson, Leonard 



Morton et al 



— CLI 
CLXVI 



Neuhoff, Edward D. & E. L. Cord 
v. Morton 



CXXXVI I 

New England Fish Co. y^. Sorenson et^ al_. CLI 



New Jersey Zinc Corp. , a Del. Corp. 
v . Uda 1 1 



— CLXVI 



New York State Natural Gas Corp. y_. 
Udall 



Nickol, W. G. & Eva Rose v. 
U.S. & Morton 



Nicholas, Jess H., Jr. v. Udall- 
Nielson, Jay v. Keough et al.-— 



Nininger, Robert D. v. Morton & 
Kenneth J. Sire— 



Noren, Leonard E. v. Beck 

North Star Aviation Corp. v. U.S.- 



CLXVI 
-- CLI 
CLXIX 

— CLI 

— CLI 

— CLI 



Northwest Citizens for Wilderness 
Mining Co. v. Bureau of Land Man- 
agement et_ aJU 



CLI 



O'Callaghan, Lloyd, Sr. , Individually 
& as Executor of the Estate of Ross 
O'Callaghan v. Morton et^a^.— CLXVI 



Table of Suits for 

Page(s) 

Oelschlaeger, Richard L. v. Udall CLI 

Oil Resources, Inc. v. Andrus, 

Cecil D. CLI 

Oil Shale Corp., The, et^ al_. v. 

Sec . CLX 

Oil Shale Corp., The, et al_. v. 

Udal 1 CLX 

Old Ben Coal Corp. v. Interior Board 

of Mine Operations Appeals et^ al_. CLII 

Oldaker, Wilma v. Udall CLXVI 

Ondola, George & Susie, Charlie John, 

et_aU v. Hathaway et^ al_. CXXXII 

O'Neill, Joseph I., Jr. v. Udall CLII 

Osborne, J. R. v. Hammitt CLXI 

Osborne, J. R. , Individually & on 
behalf of R. R. Borders, et al. 
v. Morton et^ al_. CLXVI 

Ounalashka Corp. , for & on behalf of 
its Shareholders v. Kleppe, Thomas, 
et^ al^. CLII 

Oyate, Inc., et^ al_. y_. Morton, 

Rogers C. B. CLII 

Pacific Oil Co., a Corp. v. Udall CXLV 

Pagedas, Elizabeth, et^ al_. v. Andrus 

et^ al^. CLII 

Paine, Eugene C. , et^ al_. v. Udall CLII 

Palisades Contractors et^ al_. y^. U.S. CXLIII 

Pallin, Irene Mitchell y_. U.S. & 

Edward Elmer Mitchell, Jr. CLII 

Pan American Petroleum Corp. v. Udall CLII 

Pan American Petroleum Corp. & 

Gonsales, Charles B. v. Udall CXL 

Parker, Doris Ann Whitetail, et al. 

v . Pappan et^ al_. CLXX 

Parks, Jack, W. v. Kleppe, Thomas S. CLII 

Pashayan, Charles S. , Lillie A., 
Charles S., Jr., & Suzanne Lillie, 
Co-partners, d/b/a Monturah Co. y_. 
Mor t on CL 

Paul Jarvis, Inc. v. U.S. CLII 

Peabody Coal Co. v. Andrus, 

Cecil D. , et_ ad. CLII 

Pease, Louise A. (Mrs.) v. Udall CLI 

Perry & Wallis, Inc. y. U.S. CLII 

Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. v. U.S. CLIII 

Peters, Curtis D. y. U.S. & Morton CLIII 

Peterson, Virgil V. y. Andrus, 
Cecil D. & The Dept. of the 
Interior CLIII 



Judicial Review 



Petroleum Ownership Map Co. y. U.S.- 
Phillips, Cecil H., et^al.. v. Udall- 

Pittsburgh Pacific Co. y_. U.S., 
Andrus, et al. 



Page(s) 
- CLIII 
CLXX 



CLXVI 



Pocahontas Fuel Co. y. Andrus, 

Cecil D. CLIII 



Pomeroy, John M. v. Beck- 



Poncia, Paul C, Opal L. , John C. 
& Dorothy y. Morton — ------ 



Port Blakely Mill Co. v. U.S.- 
Power, L. 0., Ellis J. & Lois 
Dover & Noble Ribelin v. U.S 
Frizzell, Acting Sec. 



— CLXVI 
-- CLIII 



Pressentin, E. V. y. Seaton 

Pressentin, E. V. , et^ al_. v. Seaton- 

Pressentin, E. V., Fred J. Martin, 
Administrator of H. A. Martin 
Estate v. Udall & Stoddard 



- CLIII 
CLXVII 
CLXVI I 

CLXVII 



Price, Amanda y_. Udall & Florence 

Emily Tagala • CLVIII 

Price, Robert v. Morton et_ al_. CXXXVIII 

Property Management Co. v. Udall CXLVI, CLIII 

Pruess, C. F. , Sr. v. Udall CLXVII 



Ptasynski, Nola Grace y. Hathaway 
e t a 1 . 



Puckett, Robert E. y_. Udall 

Pulliam, William D. , et^ al_. y_. Sec — 
Ram Petroleums, Inc. v. Andrus et al. 



- CLIII 
-- CLIV 
CLXVII 
-- CLIV 



Ramirez, Executor of Estate of Lola 
Ramirez v. Secretary of the Inter ior- 



Ramoco, Inc. & Ram Petroleums, Inc. 
v. Andrus et al.-- — —____——. 



CXLIII 



Ramsey, Chester Lee y_. Andrus, 
Cecil D., et al. 



Ramsey, Marvin C. & Vesta Ruth v. 
Sec. of the Interior 



Ramsher Mining & Engineering Co. y^. 

Secretary of the Interior & BLM CLXVII 

Rawls, Edith, Individually & as 
Administratrix of the Estate of 
M. D. Rawls, Deceased & Emma Mae 
Cox, a widow v. U.S., Morton, et^ a^. CXXXII 

Ray D. Bolander Co. y. U.S. CLIV 

Reed, Cecil R. v. Udall et^ al^. CLXVII 

Reed, George, Sr. v. Morton et_ al_. CLIV 

Reed, Wallace, et al. v. U.S. et al. CXLII 



Reeves, Alvin B. , et^ al^. y_. Morton & 
The City of Phoenix 



CLIII 



Reichhold Energy Corp. v. Andrus 

Reliable Coal Corp. v. Morton et al. 
Relyea, George A. & Dorothy v^. Udall 



Table of Suits for Judicial Review 

Page (a) 
CLIV 

CLIV 

— CLXVII 



Republic Steel Corp. v. Interior 
Board of Mine Operations Appeals- 



Rhyneer, George S., et^ al^. v. 
Andrus, Cecil e£ aU 



Rice, Tony, George W. Zarak, Arlene 
Zarak, William J. Zarak, Jr., & 
Darlene Zarak v. Morton 



Richards, Theodore A. & Judith 
Miller v. Secretary of the 
Interior & Seldovia Native 
Assoc. , Inc. 



Richardson, John L. 
Richfield Oil Corp. 
Ridge, W. L. v. U.S. 



r. Udall— 
r. Seaton- 



Ringstad, Mark B., et_ al_. v. U.S., 
Secretary of the Interior & The 
Arctic Slope Regional Corp. 



Ritter, Willis W. v. Morton et_ al^. 

River Queen Corp., an Arizona Corp., 
d/b/a River Queen Resort v. Kleppe, 
Thomas S., Individually & as Sec- 
retary of the Interior, et^ aJL 



Robedeaux, Oneta Lamb, et al. v. Morton- 



Roberts, Kenneth, et_ al^. v. Morton 
e t al . 



Robertson, Evelyn R. V. Udall 

Robinette, Amos D. v. Morton et al. 



Robinson, Rene, by & through her 
Guardian Ad Litem, Nancy Clifford 
v^. Andrus, Cecil, Gretchen Robinson 
& Trixi Lynn Robinson Harris 



Rodgers, R. E. & Barbara y_. Andrus, 
Cecil D . 



Rosebud Coal Sales Co 
Cecil D. , et al. 



CLIV 



CXXXI 

- CLVI 

- CLIV 
CLXXI 

CXXXV 
~ CXL 



CXLV 
- CLV 



- CLXIX 

CLV 

CLXVII 



Ross, James M. 



CXXXV, CLV 

et al. v. Andrus et al. CXLVI 



Rowe, Richard W. & Daniel Gaudiane 
v. Hathaway 



Roybal, Frank, Jr. v. Andrus, Cecil D.- 

Rukke, Robert A., et_ al_. v. U.S. 

Rundle, Edgar v. Udall 

Running Horse, Mary Hit Him y. Udall — 

Russell, Dan S. y^. McGuire, John R. , 
Individually & as Chief, Forest 
Service, DOA, et al. 



CLV 

CLV 

CLXVII 

CLV 

CLV 



Safarik, Louise v. Udall 

Safve, Rune E. S. v. Sec. et al. 



Page(s) 
CXL, CLV 
CLV 



Sainberg, Robert B., Rose Mary Druse, 
Frank Patrick Vallely, Jr., & 
William J. Vallely v. Morton 



Sam, Christine & Nancy Judge v. 
Kleppe, Thomas S. , Secretary of 
the Interior CXLIV 

Sam, Robert v. U.S. et^ al. CXLIV 

Samuel, Louis y. Morton, Rogers C. B. CLV 

Sandoval, B. F. , Jr. v. Udall CLVI 

Santa Fe Sand & Gravel Co. , Inc. 

V. Rasmussen, Boyd L. , et^ al_. CLVI 

Santor, Kenneth F. y^. Morton et_ a]U CLVI 

Saurers, Edwin R. , et^ al_. v. Udall CLXVIII 

Savage, John W. v. Udall CLX 

Schmand, Casper Joseph v. Udall CXLVI, CLVI 

Schmidt, Ann D. y. Udall CLVI 

Schraier, Charles v. Udall, 

Secretary of the Interior CLVI 



Schuck, Joseph M. y_. Helmandollar- 

Schuck, Joseph M. v- Sec. 

Schulein, Robert v. Udall 

Scott, Clara Ramsey _y. U.S. et al. 

Seal & Co., Inc. y. U.S. 

Seeley, Charles L., et^ al_. v. Sec. 

Sessions, Inc. v. Morton et^ al^. 

U.S., Morton, 



Sexton, John J 
et al. 



Shaw, John W. v. Udall- 



CLVI 

CLVI 

— CXLII 

CLIV 

CLVI 

■ CLXVIII 
CLVI 

CLVI 

— CLVII 



Shaw, William T. , et_ al_. v. Morton 

et al. CLXX 



Shell Oil Co. y. Udall CLVII 

ale, Inc. 



Shell Oil Co. & D. A 
v. Morton 



CLXIX 



Shell Oil Co. et^al^. y. Udall 
et al. 



CXXXV I, CLXXI 



Sherman, Helen Edmo et^ al_. v. Andrus 
e t a 1 . 



CXXXVI 



Shern, Michael y. Kleppe, Thomas S. 
et al . 



Shoup, Leo E. v. Udall 

Shuck, Thomas R. v. Helmandollar- 



-- CLVII 
— CLXII 
CLXVIII 



Table of Suits for 

Page(s) 

Simons, Earlene Ida Abbott v. 

Udall et_ a^. CLXX 

Simplot Industries, Inc. v. Udall CLXVIII 

Sinclair Oil & Gas Co. v. Udall 
et ai. CLVII 

Sink, Charles T. v. Kleppe & MESA CLVII 

Skelly Oil Co. v. Morton et^ al_. CLVII 

Smith, Eldon L. v. Hickel CLVII 

Smith, James W. v. U.S., Andrus, et al. CLVII 

Smith, Reid v. Udall etc . CLXII 

Snyder, Ruth, Administratrix of the 
Estate of C. F. Snyder, Deceased, 
e^al_. v. Udall CLXVIII 

Sorensen, Walter M. v. Andrus, 

Cecil D. , et^ al^. CLVII 

South Dakota, State of v.- Andrus 

et^ al_. CLXVI 

Southern Pacific Co. v. Hickel CLVIII 

Southern Pacific Co. , et_ al_. v^. 

Morton et^ al_. CLXVIII 

Southport Land & Commercial Co. y_. 

Udall et^ al_. CLVIII 

Southwest Welding v. U.S. CLVIII 

Southwestern Petroleum Corp. y_. 

Udall CXLI, CLVIII 

Standard Oil Co. of Calif, v. 

Hickel et^al^. CLVIII 

Standard Oil Co. of Calif, v. 

Morton et^ al_. CLVIII 

Stanek, George, et^ al_. y_. U.S. CLIII 

Steele, J. A., et^ al^. v. Kleppe, 
Thomas S. , in his capacity as Sec- 
retary of the Interior & the U.S. CXXXIII 

Stegman, Ross v. Udall CLVIII 

Stevens, Clarence T. & Mary D. ^v. 

Hickel CLXVIII 

Stewart, Charles E. v. Penny et^ al_. CLXVIII 

Stewart, Joe y_. Andrus, Cecil D. & 

The Dept. of the Interior CLVIII 

Stewart Capital Corp. et^ al_. v. Andrus CXXXVIII 

Stewart Capital Corp. et^ al_. v. Martinez, 
Raul, Chief, Minerals Sec, New Mexico 
State Office, BLM CLIII 

Stickelman, Elaine S. y_. U.S. et^ al_. CLVIII 

Still, Edwin, et^ al_. v. U.S. CXLI 

Stratman, Omar v. Dept. of Interior, 

BLM CLVIII 



Judicial Review 

Page(s) 

Sullivan, Cornelius D. & Josie L. 

v. U.S. CLXVIII 

Superior Oil Co. v. Bennett CLI 

Superior Oil Co. £l il- > The Z- Wall CLVIX 

Swanson, Elmer H. y^. Morton, 

Rogers C. B. CLXVIII 

Swanson, Elmer H. & Livingston Silver, 

Inc. v. Andrus, Cecil D. CLXVIII 

Tallman, James K. , et^ al_. v. Udall CLVIII 

(Tate), Viola Atewoof takewa v. Udall CXXXVI 

Taunah, Bert, et_ al_. v. Udall CLIV 

Tempest Mining Corp. v. U.S., Dept. of 
Interior, Bureau of Land Management 
& Secretary of the Interior CLXVIII 

Texaco, Inc., a Corp. v^. Secretary 

of the Interior CLVIX 

Texas Construction Co. y_. U.S. CLVIX 

Thorn Properties Inc. d/b/a Toke 
Cleaners & Launderers y_. U.S. 
Government et_ al . CLVIX 

Thomas, Albert & Ellora v^. Morton 

et_ al_. CLVIX 

Thor-Westcliffe Development, Inc. 

v. Udall CLVIX 

Thor-Westcliffe Development, Inc. 

v. Udall et^ al_. CLVIX 

Tooisgah, Jonathan Morris & Velma 
v_. Kleppe, Thomas S., Secretary 
of the Interior CLVIX 

Tree Land Nursery, Inc. v. U.S. CLVIX 

Tyee Construction Co. v. U.S. CLVIX 

Umpleby, Joseph B., et^ al^. v. 

Udall CLX, CLXX 

Underwood, C. Fred, Chloe Underwood 
& Jack D. Canon v_. The Secretary 
of the Interior CLXVIII 

Union Oil Co. of Calif, v. Udall CLVIX, CLX 

Union Oil Co. of Calif., a Corp. 

v. Udall CLX 

United Mine Workers of America y_. 

Andrus (No. 77-1090) CXXXVIII 

United Mine Workers of America v. 

Andrus (No. 77-1839) CXXXII 

United Mine Workers of America v^. 

Andrus (No. 77-1840) CLII 

United Mine Workers of America (Local 

Union No. 1993) v. Andrus, Cecil D. CLX 

United Mine Workers of America v. 
Interior Board of Mine Operations 
Appeals CXXXVI 1 1 



Table of Suits for 

Page(s) 

United Mine Workers of America v. 
U.S. Interior Board of Mine 
Operations Appeals CLII 

United Mine Workers of America 
(Dist. 6) et^ aiU v. U.S. Dept. 
of Interior Board of Mine 
Operations Appeals CXLII 

United Mine Workers of America y_. 

Kleppe (No. 76-1208) CXXXV 

United Mine Workers of America v. 

Kleppe (No. 76-1377) CLX 

United Mine Workers of America v. 

Kleppe (No. 76-1980) CXXXVIII 

Unruh, Paul E. v. Udall et^ al_. CLXIX 

U.S. v^. Adams, Alonzo A. CLX 

U.S. v. Bryant, Raymond E. CLXII 

U.S. v. Buell, Carl M. & Lloyd F. 

d/b/a Buell Brothers CXXXIV 

U.S. v. Coleman, Alfred CLXII 

U.S. v. Harco Engineering, a Division 

of Harbor Boat Building Co. CXXXVI 

U.S. v. Haskins, Richard P. CLXIV 

U.S. v. Hood Corp. et^ aJL CXLIII 

U.S. v. Michener, Raymond T., et^ al_. CXLIII 

U.S. v. Nevitt, Melvin L. CXLVI 

U.S. v.. Nogueira, Edison R. & 

Maria A. F. Nogueira CLXV 

U.S. v. Willcoxson et_ aK CLXXI 

U.S. & Rogers C. B. Morton y_. 

Wharton, Minnie E. , e£ al_. CLXX 

Utah Power & Light Co. v_. Kleppe, 

Thomas S. , Secretary of the Interior CLXIX 

Utah Power & Light Co. v. Morton 

et al . CLXIX 

Vaden, Henrietta Roberts, a/k/a 

Henrietta R. Vaden v. Kleppe et^ al^ . CLXIX 

Vaile, Eunice Lucero v. Morton e£ al^. CXLVI 

Vaile, Eunice Lucero v. Udall CXLVI 

Vaughey, E. A. v. Seaton CLXIX 

Verrue, Alfred N. v. U.S. ej^ al_. CLXVIII 

Vitek, Richard K. , et^ al_. v. Andrus 

et al. CXLVI 

Wackerli, Burt & Lueva G. , et^ al_. 

v. Udall et^ al_. CLXX 

Wagner, Richard, e£ al^. v. U.S. et^ al^. CXXXVI 

Wahwersee, Mattie v. Kleppe, Thomas, 

Secretary of the Interior CLXX 



Judicial Review 



Page(s) 

— CLXX 

- CXLIII 



Walker, Jack A. v. U.S. & Udall 

Wallis, Floyd A. v. Udall 

Ward, Alfred, Irene Ward Wise & 
Elizabeth Collins y. Frizzell, 
Kent, Acting Secretary et^ aK CLXX 

Wasserman, Jacob N. y_. Udall CLI 

Weardco Construction Corp. v. U.S. CLXX 

Weiss, Oscar W. v. Udall CLXIX 

Wells, Thomas C. v. Udall CLXIX 

Wells, W. C. v. Udall CLV 



Western Nuclear, Inc. y_. Andrus . 
Cecil & U.S. 



Western Slope Carbon, Inc. v. Andrus- 



- CLXX 
CXXXV 



Wheeler, Richard, Jr. v. Dept. of 

the Interior & Cecil Andrus CLXX 



White, Vernon 0. & Ina C. 



Udall CLXIX 



Wichner, Milton y. Andrus, Cecil, 
et al. 



Wilderness Society, McKenzie Flyfishers, 

et^ al_. v. Andrus CLXVIII 

Willcoxson, Buck v. Henriques CLXXI 

Willcoxson, Buck v. Udall CLXXI 

Willcoxson, Buck v. U.S. CLXXI 



William A. Smith Contracting Co. 
v . U.S. 



CLXXI 



William A. Smith Contracting Co. 
Inc., et al. v. U.S. 



William F. Klingensmith, Inc. v. U.S. 



Wilson, Harry H. v. U.S. & Cecil 
Andru s 



CLXXI 

CLXXI 



Winkler, Joseph A. v. Kleppe, 

Thomas S . CLXXI 

Wisenak, Inc. , an Alaska Corp. y_. 
Kleppe, Thomas S., Secretary of 
the Interior & U.S. CLXXI 

WJM Mining & Development Co. et^ al_. 

v. Morton CLXV 

Wood, Rodney, et_ a±. v. Udall et^ al^. CLXIX 

Wooding, Robert B., d/b/a Associated 
Investors & Auburn Enterprises, 
Inc. v. Kleppe, Thomas, Secretary 
of the Interior, et al. 



Wright, Hoover H. v. Seaton- 



CLXXI 
- CLII 



Wyoming, State of, Albert E. King, 
Comm'r. of Public Lands v. Andrus, 
Cecil D. CLXXI I 

Wyoming, State of, et^ al_. v. Udall, 

etc. CLX 



Table of Suits for Judicial Review 

Page(s) _ , . 

— s Page (s) 

Young Associates, Inc. v. U.S. CLXXII 7,,„„„ n 11 < >i j . „ 

6 ' — Zwang, Darrell & Elodymae y_. Andrus, 

_.. „ , „ „. ,, v * Cecil D., Secretary of the Interior CLXIX 

Zeigler Coal Co. y^. Frizzell, Kent, 

Acting Secretary CLXXII 7 „„ n ,, , „, , , 

6 ' Zwang, Darrell, et^ al_. v_. Udall CLXXII 

Zuckerman, Harry & Mark M. Collins v. 7™,i«:«i hit , ., „ 

„. ., '. _ . . .^ „ — , Zweifel, Merle I., et al. v. U.S. CLXIX 

Civiletti, Benjamin, Attorney General — " bAl4 

et al. CLXXII 



CUMULATIVE INDEX TO SUITS FOR JUDICIAL REVIEW OF DEPARTMENTAL DECISIONS 
BOTH PUBLISHED AND UNPUBLISHED 



The table below is in alphabetical order according to the name of the first party identified in a 
decision or opinion of the Department. Beginning with January of 1955, all judicial review of depart- 
mental decisions and opinions sought by any party are included. The name of the action is listed as it 
appears on the court docket in each court. Where the decision of the court has been published, the 
citation is given; if not, the docket number and date of final action taken by the court is set out. 
If the court issued an opinion in a nonreported case, the fact is indicated; otherwise no opinion was 
written. Unless otherwise indicated, all suits were commenced in the United States District Court for 
the District of Columbia and, if appealed, were appealed to the United States Court of Appeals for the 
District of Columbia Circuit. Finally, if judicial review resulted in a further departmental decision, 
the departmental decision is cited. 



Bill Adams, Horace Chapman, Earl Chapman , IBLA 
79-236, Order dated Mar. 10, 1979, dismissing 
appeal for lack of jurisdiction 

Bill Adams, Horace Chapman & Earl Chapman 
v. Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary of the 



Interior , Civil 
Suit pending. 



C-79-0220, D. Utah. 



No. A79-168-CIV, D. Alaska. Suit 
pending. 



Appeals of the 


State of Alaska & 


Seldovia 


Native 


As 


soc, Inc. , 2 ANCAB 1, 84 I. 
Theodore A. Richards & Judi 


D. 349 (1977) 
th Miller v. The 




Secretary 


of the Interior & 


Seldovia 


Native 



Adler Construction Co. , 67 I.D. 21 (1960) 
(Reconsideration) 

Adler Construction Co. v. U.S. Cong. 10-60. 
Dismissed, 423 F.2d 1362 (1970); rehearing 
denied , July 15, 1970; cert , denied , 400 U.S. 
993 (1970); rehearing denied , 401 U.S. 949 
(1971). 

Adler Construction Co. v. U.S. , Cong. 5-70. 
Trial Commissioner's report accepting and 
approving the stipulated agreement filed 
Sept. 11, 1972. 



Estate of John J. Akers , 1 IBIA 8; 77 I.D. 268 
(1970) 

Dolly Cuaker Akers v. The Dept. of the 
Interior , Civil No. 907, D. Mont. Judgment 
for defendant, Sept. 17, 1971; order staying 
execution of judgment for 30 days issued 
Oct. 15, 1971; appeal dismissed for lack of 
prosecution, May 3, 1972; appeal reinstated, 
June 29, 1972; aff 'd, 499 F.2d 44 (9th Cir. 
1974). 



Alaska. Suit pending. 

George S. Rhyneer, Walter M. Johnson, David 
Vanderbrink, Vivian Maclnnes, Bruce McAllister 
& Alan V. Hanson v. Cecil Andrus, Secretary of 
the Interior, Seldovia Native Assoc, Inc., 
Cook Inlet Region, Inc., Robert Leresche, 
Comm'r. of Natural Resources of the State of 
Alaska , Civil No. A78-240 CIV, D. Alaska. 
Suit pending. 



Lilian T. Alexander , 21 IBLA 56 (1975). Petition 
for Reconsideration denied by Order, Jan. 5, 
1976, 28 IBLA 277 (1976) (Supp. I) 41 IBLA 1 



(1979) 



William T. Alexander v. Kent Frizzell, Acting 
Secretary of the Interior et al . , Civil No. 
CIV 75-538, D.N.M. Remanded , Apr. 23, 1976. 

William T. Alexander v. Cecil Andrus, Secre- 
tary of the Interior, et al . , Civil No. 
CIV-79-603-B, D. N.M. Suit pending. 



State of Alaska, Andrew Kalerak, Jr . , 73 I.D. 1 
TT9661 

Andrew J. Kalerak, Jr. et al . v. Stewart L. 
Udall , Civil No. A-35-66, D. Alaska. Judgment 
for plaintiff, Oct. 20, 1966; rev'd., 396 F.2d 
746 (9th Cir. 1968); cert , denied , 393 U.S. 
1118 (1969). 



Appeal of the State of Alaska , 3 ANCAB 285 
(1979), Order dismissing appeal & decision 
dated June 11, 1979 

State of Alaska v. Cecil P. Andrus, 



Secretary of the Interior, Guy R. 
Martin, Assistant Secretary of the 
Interior, BLM, & Koniag, Inc. , Civil 



E. H. Allen & Frank Melluzzo , A-30182 (July 9, 1964) 
E. H. Allen & Frank Melluzzo v. Stewart L. 



Udall , Civil No. 1001 D. Ariz. Judgment fc 
defendant, Apr. 27, 1967; no appeal. 



William Allen , 17 IBLA 1 (1974) 

William Allen v. Rogers C . B. Morton, Secre - 
tary of the Interior , Civil No. C-74-331, 
D. Utah. Rev'd & remanded, Apr. 20, 1976; nc 



appeal. 



Allied Contractors, Inc. 



I.D. 145 (1961) 



Allied Contractors, Inc. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. 
163-63. Stipulation of settlement filed 
Mar. 3, 1967; compromised. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



American Coal Co. , 84 I.D. 394 (1977) 

American Coal Co. v. Department of the 
Interior , No. 77-1604, United States Ct. of 
Appeals, 10th Cir. Dismissed on motion of 
Petitioner, Nov. 23, 1977. 



Atlantic Ric hfield Co. 
457 (1974) 



Marathon Oil Co., 81 I.D. 



Rogers C. B. Morton, 



Marathon Oil Co. 

Secretary of the Interior, et al . 

No. C 74-180, D. Wyo. 



Civil 



American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
(1976) 



25 IBLA 341 



American Telephone & Telegraph Co. v. Dept. 
of the Interior, Rogers C. B. Morton, et al. 
Civil No. 5695, D. Wyo. Dismissed with 
prejudice, Dec. 26, 1973; order amending 
judgment filed Feb. 15, 1974. 



Atlantic Richfield Co. & Pasco, Inc. v. 
Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary of the Interior, 
Vincent E. McKelvey, Dir. of Geological Survey, 
& C. J. Curtis, Area O&G Supervisor, Geological 
Survey , Civil No. C74-181, D. Wyo. 

Actions consolidated; judgment for Plaintiff, 
407 F. Supp. 1301 (1975); aff 'd, 556 F.2d 
982 (10th Cir. 1977). 



Arjay Oil Co. , 31 IBLA 260 (1977) 

Arjay Oil Co. v. Cecil D. Andrus, Individ. 
& in his capacity as Secretary of the Interior, 
George L. Turcott, Individ. & in his capacity 
as Acting Director, Bureau of Land Management, 
William C. Mathews, Individ. & in his capacity 
as Director of the Idaho State Office, J. W. & 
Carolyn Bloom & American Quasar Petroleum Co. , 
Civil No. C-77-1167, D. Idaho. Dismissed, 
Jan. 19, 1978. 



Estate of Albert Attocknie , IA-1442 (Feb. 7, 1966) 

Willis Attocknie v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 1646-66. Dismissed with prejudice, 
261 F. Supp. 876 (1966); rev'd, 390 F.2d 686 
(10th Cir. 1968); cert , denied , 393 U.S. 833 
(1968). 



Harold Babcock et al. , A-30301 (June 16, 1965) 



Armco Steel Corp. , 84 I.D. 454 (1977) 

United Mine Workers of America v. 
77-1839 



Andrus , No. 
Appeals, D.C. Cir. 



United States Ct. 
Suit pending. 



Estate of Charles D. Ashley, 
(1978) 



37 IBLA 367 



Eleanor P. Ashley as Personal Represen- 
tative of the Estate of Charles D. Ashley 
v. Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary of the 



Interior , Civil No. 
Rev'd, Mar. 27, 



79-C-60, D. Wis. 



James Babcock et al . v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 1-66-87, S.D. Idaho. Judgment for 
defendant, June 24, 1969; no appeal. 



J. C. Babcock, J. G. Shipp , 25 IBLA 316 (1976), 
reconsideration denied , Aug. 12, 1976 

J. C. Babcock & L. G. Shipp v. The Secretary 
of the Interior, Civil No. C-77-15, E.D. Wash. 



Suit pending. 



David C. Bagley et al ., A-30138 (Dec. 29, 1964) 



The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co. v. 

D. 6, 



Emma Mae Cox , U.S. v. Emma Mae Cox & M. 
Edith Rawls , 4 IBLA 279 (1972) 

Edith Rawls, individually & as Administratrix 
of the Estate of M. D. Rawls, Deceased, & Emma 
Mae Cox, a widow v. U.S., Rogers C. B. Morton , 
et al. , Civil No. 73-19 PCT CAM, D. Ariz. 
Judgment for defendant, Apr. 22, 1975; recon- 
sideration denied , Nov. 18, 1975; aff'd, 
566 F.2d 1373 (9th Cir. 1978); no petition. 



David C. Bagley et al . v. Stewart L. Udall 
et al. , Civil No. 109-65, D. Utah. Judgment 
for plaintiff, June 13, 1966; decree of dist. 
ct. vacated, case remanded to be dismissed as 
moot, Jan. 20, 1967, 10th Cir.; dismissed, 
Apr. 24, 1967. 



Helen S. Bailey & C. Burglin , 11 IBLA 51 (1973) 
See William D. Sexton et al. 



Virginia Gail Atchison et al. , 13 IBLA 18 (1973); 
George Ondola , 17 IBLA 363 (1974), Petition for 
Reconsideration denied by Order, Mar. 17, 1975; 
Susie Ondola , 17 IBLA 359 (1974), Petition for 
Reconsideration denied by Order, Mar. 17, 1975. 

George Ondola, Susie Ondola, Charlie John, 
and on behalf of all other Alaska Natives 
similarly situated v. James Hathaway et al. , 
Civil No. A75-111, D. Alaska. Suit pending. 



C. Bailey et al . , 7 IBLA 266 (1972), R. C. 



Bailey & C. Burglin , 10 IBLA 281 (1973) 



See Willi 



D. Sexton et al. 



Robert V. Bailey et al ., 12 IBLA 253 (1973) 
Max L. Krueger v. Rogers C. B. Morton, 



Sec retary of the Interior , Civil No. 74-1256. 
DiVissed, Jan. 28, 1975; no appeal. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Leslie N. Baker et al . , A-28454 (Oct. 26, 1960). 
On reconsideration Autrice C. Copeland , 69 I.D. 
1 (1962). 

Autrice Copeland Freeman v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 1578, D. Ariz. Judgment for defen- 
dant, Sept. 3, 1963 (opinion); aff'd, 336 F.2d 
706 (9th Cir. 1964); no petition. 



Dismissed with prejudice, Dec. 20, 1972; no 
appeal. 



R. M. Barton, 7 IBLA 68 (1972) 



R. M. Barton v. Rogers C. B. Morton et al . 
Civil No. 9692, D.N.M. Dismissed with 
prejudice, Dec. 20, 1972; no appeal. 



Phil Baker, 



I.D. 877 (1977) 



Phil Baker v. Department of the Interior , 
No. 77-1973, United States Ct. of Appeals, 
D.C. Cir. Aff'd in part & rev'd in part, 
Nov. 29, 1978. 



Eugenia Bate , 69 I.D. 230 (1962) 

Katherine S. Foster & Brook H. Duncan II v. 
Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 5258, D.N.M. 
Judgment for defendant, Jan. 8, 1964; rev'd, 
335 F.2d 828 (10th Cir. 1964); no petition. 



H. E. Baldwin & John R. Keeling , 3 IBLA 71 (1971) 



;ers C. 



H. E. Baldwin & John R. Keeling v. 

Morton et al . , Civil No. 72-438 PHX CAM, 
D. Ariz. Dismissed, May 29, 1974; appeal dis- 
missed, Jan. 16, 1976. 



Ball Brothers Sheep Co. et al ., 2 IBLA 166 (1971) 



Battle Mountain Co., A-29146 (Jan. 31, 1963) 



Battle Mountain Co 
No. 64-29, D. Ore. 



Stewart L. Udall, Civil 



Per curiam decision, 
225 F. Supp. 382 (1966); rev'd, 385 F.2d 90 
(9th Cir. 1967); cert , denied , 390 U.S. 957 
(1968) 



Ball Brothers Sheep Co . v. Rogers C. B. Morton , 
Civil No. 1-72-35, D. Idaho. Dismissed, 
Oct. 12, 1973; no appeal. 

Ballard E. Spencer Trust, Inc. , 18 IBLA 25 (1974) 



Ballard E. Spencer Trust, Inc. v . Rogers C. 
Morton, Secretary of the Interior, et al . 



Civil No. 75-060, D.N.M. Judgment for defer 
dant, Aug. 19, 1975; aff'd, 544 F.2d 1067 
(10th Cir. 1976). 



Estate of Myron Bangs, Jr. , IA-1327 (Feb. 7, 1966) 



Bay Construction Co. et al . , IBCA-77 (Nov. 30, 1960) 

Bay Construction Co. et al . v. U.S. , Ct. CI. 
No. 302-60. Dismissed with prejudice. 



Robert L. Beery et al . , 25 IBLA 287; 83 I.D. 249 
(1976) 

J. A. Steele et al . v. Thomas S. Kleppe in his 
capacity as Secretary of the Interior, & U.S. , 
Civil No. C76-1840, N.D. Cal. Aff'd, June 27, 
1978; no appeal. 



Helen Pratt Matin et al . v. Johnson, Supt. 



Osage Ind. Agency & Udall , Civil No. 6444, 
N.D. Okla. Sustained, June 2, 1967; dis- 
missed, June 25, 1970. 



Administrative Appeal of Benson-Montin-Greer Drill- 
ing Corp. v. Acting Area Director, Albuquerque 
Area Office, Bureau of Indian Affairs , 7 IBIA 67 
(1978) 



Max Barash, The Texas Co. , 63 I.D. 51 (1956) 

Max Barash v. Douglas McKay , Civil No. 939-56. 
Judgment for defendant, June 13, 1957; rev'd 
& remanded, 256 F.2d 714 (1958); judgment for 
plaintiff, Dec. 18, 1958. Supplemental deci- 
sion, 66 I.D. 11 (1959); no petition. 



Benson-Montin-Greer Drilling Corp. v. Cecil 
Andrus, Individ. & as Secretary of the 
Interior, The Board of Indian Appeals & the 
Acting Area Director of the Bureau of Indian 
Affairs, Albuquerque Area Office , Civil No. 
CIV 78-468-B, D.N.M. Suit pending. 



Barnard-Curtiss Co. , 64 I.D. 312 (1957) 
65 I.D. 49 (1958) 

Barnard-Curtiss Co. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 
491-59. Judgment for plaintiff, 301 F.2d 
909 (1962). 



Estate of Julius Benter , IBIA-70-5 (Nov. 17, 1970), 
1 IBIA 59 (1971) 

George B. Brazie, individually & as the Execu- 
tor of the Last Will & Testament of Julius 
Benter, Deceased v. Rogers C. B. Morton , Civil 
No. S-2360, E.D. Cal. Stipulated dismissal 
with prejudice. 



R. M. Barton, 4 IBLA 229; 5 IBLA 1 (1972) 



R. M. Barton v. Rogers C. B. Morton et al . , 

Civil No. 9322, D.N.M. 

R. M. Barton v . Rogers C. B. Morton et al . , 

Civil No. 9415, D.N.M. Actions consolidated. 



Sam Bergesen , 62 I.D. 295 (1955) 

Reconsideration denied , IBCA-11 (Dec. 19, 1955) 

Sam Bergesen v. U.S. , Civil No. 2044 D. Wash. 
Complaint dismissed Mar. 11, 1958; no appeal. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Estate of William Bigheart, Jr. , IA-T-21 (Aug. 
1969), IA-T-21 (Supp.) (Sept. 4, 1969) 



Jessie A. Brown , 23 IBLA 23 (1975), On Reconsidera- 
tion, 28 IBLA 339 (1977) 



Velma Rose Bigheart, Surviving Spouse of 
William Bigheart, Jr., Deceased Unallotted 
Osage Indian v. John Pappan, Supt., Osage 
Indian Agency et al . , Civil No. 69-C-303, 
D. Okla. Order to Stay Proceedings issued 
May 15, 1970; amendment to complaint filed 
Dec. 17, 1971; judgment for defendant, 
July 31, 1972; reconsideration denied , 
Aug. 23, 1972; aff 'd, 482 F.2d 1066 (10th 
Cir. 1973); cert , denied , 416 U.S. 937 
(1974); rehearing denied , 417 U.S. 977 
(1974). 



Bishop Coal Co. , 82 I.D. 553 (1975) 

William Bennett, Paul F. Goad & United Mine 
Workers v. Thomas S. Kleppe, Secretary of the 
Interior , No. 75-2158, United States Ct. of 
Appeals, D.C. Cir. Suit pending. 



Estate of Anthony Bitseedy , 5 IBIA 270 (1976) 

Ruby Dawson, Guardian ad litem of Anthony 
Bitseedy, Jr., & Sara Mingus Bitseedy, Mother 
of Anthony Bitseedy, Jr . v. Thomas S. Kleppe, 



Jessie A. Brown & W. 



Secretary of the Interior, Civil No. 



CIV-77-0237, D. 
Oct. 27, 1977. 



Okla. Judgment for defendant, 



Tallon, Jr. v. Cecil P. 



Andrus, Secretary of the Interior, Curt 
Berklund, Director, Bureau of Land Management 
& Ben F. Collins, Civil 



F-77-128-Civ, 
Remanded to the Department, June 29, 



D. Cal. 

1979; no appeal 



Melvin A. Brown, 69 I.D. 131 (1962) 



Melvin A. Brown v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 

No. 3352-62. Judgment for defendant, Sept. 17, 

1963; rev'd, 335 F.2d 706 (1964); no petition. 



R. C. Buch, 75 I.D. 140 (1968) 



Buch v 



. Stewart L. 
CD. Cal. 



Udall, Civil No. 



68-1358-PH, CD. Cal. Judgment for plaintiff, 
298 F. Supp. 381 (1969); rev'd, 449 F.2d 600 
(9th Cir. 1971); judgment for defendant, 
Mar. 10, 1972. 



Buell Brothers , A-30679 (Mar. 29, 1967) 

U.S. v. Carl M. Buell & Lloyd F. Buell, d/b/a 



mised, Oct. 



U.S. Atty. 
23, 1968. 



No. N-371. Compro- 



BLM-A-045569, 70 I.D 231 (1963) 



New York State Natural Gas Corp . 
Udall, Civil No. 2109-63. 



Consolidated Gas Supply Corp . v. Stewart L. 
Udall et al . , Civil No. 2109-63. Judgment for 
defendant, Sept. 20, 1965; Per curiam decision, 
aff'd, Apr. 28, 1966; no petition. 



Estate of Harold Russell Bobb , 5 IBIA 92 (1976) 

Wilson Bobb, Sr. v. U.S. & Cecil D. Andrus, 
Secretary of the Interior, Civil No. C-77-314, 



S.D. Wash. Suit pending. 



F. W. C. Boesche , A-27997 (Aug. 5, 1959) 

Fenelon Boesche v. Fred A. Seaton , Civil Nc 
2463-59. Judgment for defendant, Nov. 23, 
1960 (opinion); aff'd, 303 F.2d 204 (1961); 
cert, granted , 371 U.S. 886 (1962); aff'd, 
373 U.S. 472 (1963). 



Evelyn M. Bunch , 25 IBLA 44 (1976) 



Evelyn M. Bunch 
of the Interior, 



y. Thomas Kleppe, Secretary 
Civil No. A76-115 CIV, 



D. Alaska. Suit pending. 



Bureau of Land Management v. Holland Livestock 
Ranch, et al . , 39 IBLA 272; 86 I.D. 133 (1979) 

Holland Livestock Ranch, a Co-Partnership 
composed of Bright -Ho 11 and Co., Marimont- 
Holland Co. & Nemmerof f-Holland Co. and 
John J. Casey v. U.S., Cecil Andrus, Sec- 
retary of the Interior, Edward Roland, 
Cal. State Director, BLM, & Edward Hastey, 
Nev. State Director, BLM, et al., Civil No. 



R-79-78-HEC, 



Nev. Suit pending. 



Bureau of Land Management, Appellant, Diamond Ring 
Ranch, Appellee & Bureau of Sport Fisheries & 
Wildlife, Amicus Curiae, 12 IBLA 358 (1973) 



Diamond Ring Ranch, Inc. v. Rogers C. B. 



Irving B. Brick , 36 IBLA 235 (1978) 



Irving 



Brick v. Cecil D. Andrus, Civil No. 



78-1814. Judgment for defendant, June 8, 1979; 
rev'd & remanded to Secretary with instructions, 
June 6, 1980. 



Brookhaven Oil Co. , A-27459 (July 29, 1957) 

Brookhaven Oil Co . v. Fred A. Seaton , Civil No. 
2120-57. Judgment for plaintiff, Oct. 1, 1958; 
no appeal. 



Morton, Secretary of the Interior, & Daniel P. 
Baker, State Dir., Bureau of Land Management 
for the State of Wyoming , Civil No. 5934, 
D. Wyo. Judgment for plaintiff, Dec. 20, 1974. 

C Burglin et al . , 21 IBLA 234 (1975) 

C. Burglin, A. E. Greig, Owen Jennings, 
Wallace F. Burnett, Jr., Alexander Miller, 
Charles Stack, Dora Alice Carter, Earnest 
G. Carter, Howard Bowen, and Evelyn Franich 
v. The Secretary of the Interior, Thomas 
Kleppe et al . , Civil No. A75-232 CIV, D. Alas. 
Consolidated with C. Burglin et al . v. Thomas 
Kleppe , Civil No. A75-113. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Bushman Construction Co . , IBCA-103 (Mar. 29, 1957) 

Bushman Construction Co . v. U. S. , Ct. CI. No. 
437-57. Petition dismissed, 164 F. Supp. 239 
(1958). 



Administrative Appeal of Norman R. Byrd v. 
Commr, Bureau of Indian Affairs , 7 IBIA 
142 (1979) 

Norman R. Byrd v. Cecil Andrus, Secre- 
tary of the Interior & U.S. , Civil No. 
C-79-229, E.D. Wash. Suit pending. 



Mining, BLM, Wyo. State Office , Civil No. 
C79-160, D. Wyo. Suit pending. 



In the Matter of Cameron Parish, Louisiana, Cameron 
Parish Police Jury & Cameron Parish School Board , 
June 3, 1968, appealed by Secretary July 5, 1968, 
75 I.D. 289 (1968) 

Cameron Parish Police Jury v. Stewart L. Udall 
et al., Civil No. 14,206, W.D. La. Judgment 



for plaintiff, 302 F. Supp. 689 (1969); order 
vacating prior order issued Nov. 5, 1969. 



Cabax Mills, 32 IBLA 225 (1977) 



BPS Associates, a Joint Venture composed of 
Black Investment Properties, Inc., CPC Plants 
Corp. & Triple S. Enterprises, Inc . v. U.S. 
& Cecil Andrus, Secretary of the Interior, et 
al., Civil No. 77-845, D. Ore. Suit pending. 



Jack D. Canon et al . , 30 IBLA 112 (1977) 

Jack D. & Billie B. Canon, C. Fred & Chloe 
Underwood, Donald W. & Susan Canon, David A. 
& Ann Underwood v. Cecil D. Andrus, Secre- 
tary of the Interior , Civil No. S78-51-PCW, 
E.D. Cal. Suit pending. 



Zelph S. Calder , A-30039 (Sept. 18, 1963) 

Zelph S. Calder v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
C-219-63, D. Utah. Judgment for defendant, 
Aug. 10, 1964; no appeal. 



James W. Canon et al . , 84 I.D. 176 (1977) 

Mark B. Ringstad, William I. Waugaman, 
William N. Allen III, Nils Braastad, Elmer 
Price, Dan Ramras, & Kenneth L. Rankin v. 
U.S., Secretary of the Interior, & The Arctic 
Slope Regional Corp . , Civil No. A78-32-Civ, 
D. Alaska. Suit pending. 



California Ass 'n of Four-Wheel Drive Clubs, et al . 
38 IBLA 361 (1978) 

California Ass 'n of 4WD Clubs, Inc., & 
California Off-Road Vehicle Ass'n, Inc. 
v. Cecil Andrus, Secretary of the Interior 
& James B. Ruche, State Director, Cal. State 
Office of BLM , Civil No. 79-1797-N, S.D. 
Cal. Suit pending. 



Canterbury Coal Co . , 83 I.D. 325 (1976) 

Canterbury Coal Co . v. Thomas S. Kleppe , No. 
76-2323, United States Ct. of Appeals, 3d Cir. 
Aff'd per curiam, June 15, 1977. 



Carbon Fuel Co., 83 I.D. 39 (1976) 



The California Co., 66 I.D. 54 (1959) 



The California Co. v. Stewart L. 



Udall , Civil 
F. 



No. 980-59. Judgment for defendant, 187 
Supp. 445 (1960); aff'd, 296 F.2d 384 (1961) 



United Mine Workers of America v. Thomas i 
Kleppe , No. 76-1208, United States Ct. of 
Appeals, D.C. Cir. Suit pending. 



>f California et al . v. Doria Mining and 
U.S., Intervenor, 



Engineering Corp. et al. 



17 IBLA 390 (1974) 

Doria Mining and Engineering Corp . v. Rogers 
Morton, Secretary of the Interior, et al . , 
Civil No. CV 75-899-FW, CD. Cal. Judgment 
for defendant, 420 F. Supp. 837 (1976); 
appeal filed Nov. 23, 1976. 



Jack E. Carl , A-27870, A-27900 (Apr. 23, 1959) 

Jack E. Carl v. Fred A. Seaton , Civil No. 
3069-59. Judgment for defendant, June 20, 
1961; aff'd, 309 F.2d 653 (1962). 



Carson Construction Co. , 62 I.D. 422 (1955) 



Carson Construction Co . v. U.S. , Ct. CI. 

No. 487-59. Judgment for plaintiff, Dec. 14, 

1961; no appeal. 



Rosebud Coal Sales 



California Portland Cement Co. 
Co. , 40 IBLA 339 (1979) 

California Portland Cement Co. v. Cecil D. 
Andrus, et al . , Civil No. C-79-0477, D. Utah. 
Suit pending. 



Scanlan, C. Burglin , 12 IBLA 
See William D. Sexton et al. 



Burglin, B 
181 (1973) 



Western Slope Carbon, Inc. v. Cecil D. 
Andrus, Secretary of the Interior , Civil 
No. C-79-350, CD. Utah. Suit pending. 



John Jay Casey , IBLA 74-196, Order decided, Jan. 29, 
1975 



Rosebud Coal Sales Co. v. Cecil D. Andrus, 



Secretary of the Interior, Frank Gregg, 
Dir. BLM, Maria B. Bohl, Chief, Land & 



John Jay Casey v. U.S., Rogers C. B. Morton, 
Secretary of the Interior, et al ., Civil 
No. R-74-153-RDF, D. Nev. Dismissed without 
prejudice, Dec. 23, 1974. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



C. F. Lytle Co . , IBCA-172 (Sept. 30, 1958) 

C. F. Lytle Co . v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 174-59. 
Compromised. 



Christy Corp . , IBCA-461 & 569 (June 20, 1966) 

Christy Corp . v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 291-66. 
Judgment for defendant, Harbor Boat Building 
Co., 387 F.2d 395 (1967); compromised, 
July 10, 1968. 



Estate of George Chahesenah , IA-T-4 (June 20, 1967) 

Viola Atewooftakewa (Tate) et al . , v. Udall , 
Civil No. 67-323, W.D. Okla. Judgment for 
plaintiff, 277 F. Supp. 464 (1967); rev'd & 
remanded to dismiss for want of jurisdiction, 
407 F.2d 394 (10th Cir. 1969); cert , granted , 
396 U.S. 815 (1969); rev'd, 397 U.S. 598 
(1970). 



Evelyn Chambers , 33 IBLA 271 (1978) 



U. S. v. Harco Engineering, A Division of 
Harbor Boat Building Co . , Civil No. 68-827-S, 
D. Cal. Dismissed with prejudice, Feb. 24, 
1970. 



Citizens Committee to Save Our Public Lands , 
29 IBLA 48 (1977) 



Citizens Committee to Save our Public Lands, 
Hastings Environmental Law Society v. Thomas 
Kleppe, Secretary of the Interior, et al . , 
Civil No. C-76032 SC , D. Cal. Suit pending. 



Evelyn Chambers v. Cecil P. Andrus, Secretary 
of the Interior & Paul Howard, State Director, 
Bureau of Land Management , Civil No. C-78-0111, 
D. Utah. Settled by stipulation, Dec. 22, 1978. 



Chaparral Resources, Inc. , 39 IBLA 269 (1979) 

Chaparral Resources, Inc. v. Cecil D. 
Andrus, Secretary of the Interior, C. J. 
Curtis, Area O&G Supervisor, Geological 
Survey & Glenna M. Lane, Chief, O&G Sec, 
Land Office, BLM , Civil No. C79-077, D. 
i. 31, 1980. 



Wyo. Aff 



Chargeability of Acreage Embraced in Oil and Gas 
Lease Offers , 71 I.D. 337 (1964) Shell Oil Co . , 
A-30575 (Oct. 31, 1966) 



Clark County, Nevada, 28 IBLA 210 (1976) 



County of Clark, a political subdivision of 
the State of Nevada v. Thomas Kleppe, Secre- 
tary of the Interior & his successors in 



office & E. I. Rowland, Director, Bureau of 



Land Management for the State of Nevada & his 
successors in office , Civil No. LV-77-13 RDF, 
D. Nev. Rev'd, Jan. 18, 1978; no appeal. 



Stephen H. Clarkson , 72 I.D. 138 (1965) 

Stephen H. Clarkson v. U.S. , Cong. Ref . 5-68. 
Trial Commr's report adverse to U.S. issued 
Dec. 16, 1970; Chief Commr's report concur- 
ring with the Trial Commr's report issued 
Apr. 13, 1971. P.L. 92-108 enacted accepting 
the Chief Commr's report. 



Shell Oil Co . v. Udall , Civil No. 216-67. 
Stipulation of dismissal filed Aug. 19, 1968. 



Appeals of Ethyl P. & Charles J. Clasby, Ruth 
Carpenter, et al., & Mary Francis Antweil , 
2 ANCAB 302 (1978) 



Chemi-Cote Perlite Corp . 
72 I.D. 403 (1965) 



Arthur C. W. Bowen, 



Richard Wagner et al . v. U.S. et al . , Civil 
No. A78-106 CIV, D. Alaska. Suit pending. 



Bowen v. Chemi-Cote Perlite , No. 2 CA-Civ. 
248, Ariz. Ct. App. Decision against Dept. 
by the lower court aff'd, 423 P. 2d 104 (1967): 
rev'd, 432 P. 2d 435 (1967). 



Estate of Fannie Newrobe Choate , 7 IBLA 171 (1979) 

Helen Edmo Sherman, Mary New Robe Redhead, 
Roy (Archie, Jr.) St. Goddard, Vincent 
Spotted Bear, Jack Edmo v. Cecil D. Andrus, 
Secretary of the Interior, Jeanette Rattler 
Choate Marceau, Civil No. CV-79-73-GF, D. 



Mont. Suit pending. 



Christiansen Oil, Inc . , 37 IBLA 52 (1978) 
Christiansen Oil & Gas, Inc. v. Cecil 



Andrus, Secretary of the Interior & Daniel 
P. Baker, Wyo. State Director, Bureau of Land 



Management , 
pending. 



Civil No. C78-257, D. Wyo. Suit 



Clear Gravel Enterprises, 
(Dec. 29, 1959) 



A-27967, A-27970 



The Dredge Corp . v. E. J. Palmer , No. 366, 
D. Nev. Judgment for defendant, Sept. 25, 
1962; remanded, 338 F.2d 456 (9th Cir. 1964); 
judgment for plaintiff, Aug. 8, 1966; rev'd 
and remanded with direction to enter judgments 
for defendants, 398 F.2d 791 (9th Cir. 1968); 
cert, denied, 393 U.S. 1066 (1969). 



Appeal of COAC, Inc . , 81 I.D. 700 (1974) 

COAC, Inc . v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 395-75. 
Suit pending. 



P. Cobb , A-29769 (May 27, 1964) 

P. and Osro Cobb v. U.S. , Civil No. 967, 

W.D. Ark. Motion to dismiss denied, 

240 F. Supp. 574 (1965); dismissed, Jan. 17, 

1966. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Mrs. Hannah Cohen, 70 I.D. 188 (1963) 



Hannah and Abram Cohen v. U. S. , Civil 
No. 3158, D.R.I. Compromised. 



Barney R. Colson , 70 I.D. 409 (1963) 



Continental Oil Co . v. Aztec Exploration & Devel- 
opment Co . , 32 IBLA 1 (1977) 

Aztec Exploration & Development C o. v. Dept. 
of the Interior, Office Hearings & Appeals, 
Interior Board of Land Appeals & Continental 
Oil Co . , Civil No. CIV 77-827 PHX, D. Ariz. 
Suit pending. 



Barney R. Colson et al . v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 63-26-Civ.-0c, M.D. Fla. Dismissed 
with prejudice, 278 F. Supp. 826 (1968); aff 'd, 
428 F.2d 1046 (5th Cir. 1970); cert , denied , 
401 U.S. 911 (1971). 



Barney R. Colson 

Barney R. Colson 



7 IBLA 40 (1972) 
Rogers C. 



B. Morton , Civil 
No. 1960-72. Dismissed with prejudice, Feb. 7, 
1974; per curiam decision, aff 'd, Jan. 24, 
1975; no petition. 



Estate of Hubert Franklin Cook , 
75 (1976) 



5 IBIA 42; 83 I.D. 



Leroy V. & Roy H. Johnson, Marlene Johnson 
Exendine & Ruth Johnson Jones v. Thomas S. 
Kleppe, Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
CIV-76-0362-E, W.D. Okla. Suit pending. 



Autrice C. Copeland, 



See Leslie N. Baker et al. 



Columbian Carbon Co., Merwin E. Liss , 63 I.D. 166 
(1956) 

Merwin E. Liss v. Fred A. Seaton , Civil No. 
3233-56. Judgment for defendant, Jan. 9, 
1958; appeal dismissed for want of prosecution, 
Sept. 18, 1958, D.C. Cir. No. 14,647. 



Copper Valley Machine Works, Inc . , IBLA 78-606, 
Order dismissing appeal dated Dec. 13, 1978. 

Copper Valley Machine Works, Inc . v. Cecil D. 
Andrus, Secretary of the Interior , Civil 
No. 78-1572. Judgment for defendant, June 29, 
1979; appeal filed Aug. 28, 1979. 



Commercial Metals Co . , IBCA-99 (Aug. 27, 1959) 

Commercial Metals Co . v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 
458-59. Judgment for plaintiff, June 16, 
1966. 



Appeal by the Confederated Salish & Kootenai 
Tribes of the Flathead Reservation, in the 
Matter of the Enrollment of Mrs. Elverna Y. 
Clairmont Baciarelli, 77 I.D. 116 (1970) 



E. L. Cord, Donald E. Wheeler, Edward D. Neuhoff , 
80 I.D. 301 (1973) 



Edward D. Neuhoff & E. L. Cord v. Rogers C. B . 
Morton, Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
R-2921, D. Nev. Dismissed, Sept. 12, 1975 
(opinion); aff 'd, July 17, 1978; no petition. 



Jay Frederick Cornell , 4 IBLA 11 (1971) 



Elverna Yevonne Clairmont Baciarelli v. 
Rogers C. B. Morton , Civil No. C-70-2200 SC, 
D. Cal. Judgment for defendant, Aug. 27, 
1971; aff'd, 481 F.2d 610 (9th Cir. 1973); 
no petition. 



Jay F. Cornell v. Rogers C. 



Morton, Civil 



No. A-5-72, D. 
Mar. 23, 1973; 
petition. 



Alaska. Judgment for defendant, 
aff'd, Sept. 3, 1974; no 



Consolidated Mines & Smelting Co. et al . , A-307* 
(Sept. 19, 1967) 

H. D. Brown v. U.S. & Walter Hickel , Civil 
No. 69-2332-F, D. Cal. Dismissed with 
prejudice, Mar. 20, 1970; reconsideration 
denied , May 20, 1970. 



Constitution Petroleum Co., Inc., et al., 25 IBLA 



319 (1976) 



Constitution Petroli 



Arrow Petroleum 



Co., & East Utah Mining Co . v. Thomas S. 
Kleppe et al . , Civil No. C-76-257, D. Utah. 
Suit pending. 



Llliam D. Cornia et al . , Wyoming 4-63-1, etc. 
Utah 1-63-1, etc., (Aug. 25, 1965) 



Cornia et al. 



Stewart L. Udall, 



Civil No. 4-66, N.D. Utah. Dismissed with 
prejudice, Sept. 1, 1967. 



Cortella Coal Corp. et al . , 

Alaska Mineral Exploration C o. 
(1973) 



13 IBLA 158 



Cortella Coal Corp. & Alaska Mineral Explora- 
tion Co . v. Curtis V. McVee, State Dir. , 
Bureau of Land Management, State of Alaska, 
Burton W. Silcock, Dir., Bureau of Land 
Management & Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary 
of the Interior , Civil No. A-169-73, D. 
Alaska. Dismissed with prejudice, Jan. 13, 
1976. 



Appeal of Continental Oil Co . 



I.D. 337 (1961) 



Stewart L. Udall et al. 



Continental Oil Co . 
Civil No. 366-62. Judgment for defendant, 
Apr. 29, 1966; aff'd, Feb. 10, 1967; cert , 
denied, 389 U.S. 839 (1967). 



Appeal of Cosmo Construction Co . 
Construction Co. et i 



73 I.D. 229 (1966) 



Cos 

CI. No. 119-68. Ct. opinion setting case 

for trial on the merits issued Mar. 19, 1971. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Cotton Petroleum Corp . 
29 IBLA 13 (1977) 



Samedan Oil Corp. 



John C. deArmas, Jr., P. A. McKenna , 63 I.D. 82 
(1956) 



Cotton Petroleum Corp . v. The Honorable Cecil 
Andrus, Secretary of the Interior, Stanley 
Speaks, Area Director for the Bureau of Indian 
Affairs, Anadarko Agency & Samedan Oil Corp . , 
Civil No. CIV 77-0415T, D. Okla. Affd, 
Jan. 19, 1979; no appeal. 



Patrick A. McKenna v. Clarence A. Davis, 



Civil No. 2125-56. Judgment for defendant, 
June 20, 1957; affd, 259 F.2d 780 (1958); 
cert, denied, 358 U.S. 835 (1958). 



R. Delasco , 39 IBLA 194; 84 I.D. 192 (1979), 
Blanche V. White, 40 IBLA 152; 85 I.D. 408 (1979) 



Covin & Co., 83 I.D. 409 (1976) 



United Mine Workers of America v. Thorn; 
Kleppe , No. 76-1980, United States Ct. 
Appeals, D.C. Cir. Suit pending. 



Stewart Capital Corp., et al . v. Cecil D. 
Andrus, Secretary of the Interior , Civil 
No. C79-123, D. Wyo. Suit pending. 



The Dredge Corp . , 64 I.D. 368 (1957) 
65 I.D. 336 (1958) 



Estate of Jonah Crosby (Deceased Wisconsin 
Winnebago Unallotted) , 81 I.D. 279 (1974) 

Robert Price v. Rogers C. B. Morton, individ- 
ually & in his official capacity as Secretary 
of the Interior & his successors in office, 
et al . , Civil No. 74-0-189, D. Neb. Remanded 
to the Secretary for further administrative 
action, Dec. 16, 1975. 



Russell Pe 



nny , 



Civil 



The Dredge Corp . 
No. 475, D. Nev. Judgment for defendant, 
Sept. 9, 1964; affd, 362 F.2d 889 (9th Cir. 
1966); no petition. See also Dredge Co. v. 
Husite Co. , 369 P. 2d 676 (1962); cert, denied , 
371 U.S. 821 (1962). 



Alfred L. Easterday , 



Coyer ( Appe 1 lant ) 

lee), 36 IBLA 181 (1978) 



34 IBLA 195 (1978), Donald W. 
Alfred L. Easterday (Appel - 



Elizabeth Barndt Crouse et al ., A-30542 (Mar. 7, 
1968) 



Elizabeth Barndt Crouse et al v. K. Ranch, 



Donald W. Coyer & Fred L. Engle, d/b/a Resource 



Inc., Udall, et al. , Civil No. R-2063, 



D. Nev. Dismissed without prejudice, Apr. 15, 
1969; no appeal. 



Elsie May Pikok Crow , 3 IBLA 114 (1971) 



Elsie May Pikok Crow v. U.S. , & Rogers C. 
Morton , Civil No. F-27-71 Civ. D. Alaska. 
Dismissed, July 13, 1972; no appeal. 



Service Co . v. Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary of 
the Interior & Alfred L. Easterday, & J. Roe , 
Civil No. C78-104, D. Wyo. 

Donald W. Coyer & Fred L. Engle, d/b/a Resource 
Service Co . v. Cecil P. Andrus, Secretary of 
the Interior, Alfred L. Easterday, & J. Roe , 
Civil No. C78-213, D. Wyo. 

Donald W. Coyer & Fred L. Engle, d/b/a Resource 
Service Co . v. Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary of 
the Interior, & Wyo. State Office, Bureau of 
Land Management , Civil No. C78-214, D. Wyo. 



Actions consolidated. 
Office Feb. 12, 1979; 
Feb. 13, 1979. 



Remanded to Wyo. State 
order of dismissal filed 



Estate of George Daniels , IA-1295 (Nov. 2, 1965) 



Elizabeth Daniels et al . v. Johnson, Supt., 
Udall , Civil No. 6443, 
Dismissed with prejudice, Jan. 9 



Osage Indian Agency & 



N.D. Okla. 
1967 



Eastern Associated Coal Corp . , 82 I.D. 22 (1975) 

International Union of United Mine Workers of 
America v. Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary of 
the Interior , No. 75-1107, United States Ct. 
of Appeals, D.C. Cir. Dismissed by stipula- 
tion, Oct. 29, 1975. 



Susan Dawson , 35 IBLA 123 (1978) 

Susan Dawson v. Cecil Andrus, Secretary of 
the Interior , Civil No. C78-167, D. Wyo. 
Judgment for defendant, Mar. 22, 1979; 
appeal filed Apr. 17, 1979. 



Eastern Associated Coal Corp. , 82 I.D. 311 (1975) 

United Mine Workers of America v. Interior 
Board of Mine Operations Appeals , No. 75-1727, 
United States Ct. of Appeals, D.C. Cir. Peti- 
tion for Review withdrawn, July 28, 1975. 



Oma Belle Day et al . , AA-5702 (Dec. 30, 1969) 



Eastern Associated Coal Corp. , 82 I.D. 506 (1975), 
Reconsideration, 83 I.D. 425 (1976), Affd en 
banc, 83 I.D. 695 (1976), 7 IBMA 152 (1976) 



Oma Belle Day v. Walter J. Hickel et al . , 
Civil No. A-9-70, D. Alas. Judgment for 
defendant, Feb. 19, 1971; affd, 481 F.2d 
473 (9th Cir. 1973); no petition. 



United Mine Workers of America v. Cecil P. 
Andrus , No. 77-1090, United States Ct. of 
Appeals, D.C. Cir. Voluntary dismissal, 
Apr. 4, 1977. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Lawrence Edwards , A-30696, A-30705 (Apr. 21, 1967) 

Lawrence Edwards v. Stewart Udall , Civil No. 
2714, D. Mont. Rev'd & remanded, Nov. 18, 
1968; stipulation for dismissal & order filed 
Aug. 4, 1970. 



Wesley Laverne Edwards v. 
(1978) 



Paul Unruh, 33 IBLA 277 



Ralph G. Faulkner et al . , 26 IBLA 110 (1976) 

Ralph G. , John L. , Laura Jo, R. Fred & 
Susan L. Faulkner v. Thomas S. Kleppe, 



Secretary of the Interior, Curt Berklund, 
Director, Bureau of Land Management, et al . 
Civil No. 1-77-99, D. Idaho. Judgment for 
defendant, Nov. 16, 1979; appeal filed 
Jan. 10, 1980. 



Wesley Laverne Edwards v. U.S. , Cecil Andrus, 



Secretary of the Interior, E. I. Rowland, 



Nevada State Director, Bureau of Land Manage- 
ment & Paul Unruh , Civil No. 77-0050 BRI, 
D. Nev. Judgment for defendant, Oct. 31, 
appeal filed Dec. 27, 1978. 



1978; 



Appeal of Eklutna, Inc. 
(1976) 



1 ANCAB 165; 83 I.D. 500 



Milton D. Feinberg, Benson J. Lamp , 37 IBLA 39; 
85 I.D. 380 (1978); On Reconsideration , 40 IBLA 
222; 86 I.D. 234 (1979) 

Benson J. Lamp v. Cecil Andrus, Secre- 



tary of the Interior, Ja 



L. Burski, 



Douglas E. Henriques & Edward W. Stuebing, 
Administrative Judges, IBLA, Civil No. 



79-1804. Suit pending. 



State of Alaska v. Alaska Native Claims Appeal 
Board et al . , Civil No. A76-236, D. Alaska 
Suit pending. 



ildina Eluska, 21 IBLA 292 (1975) 



Chester H. Ferguson et al . , 20 IBLA 224 (1975) 

Chester H. Ferguson, Stella Ferguson Thayer & 
Howell L. Ferguson v. Rogers C. B. Morton, 



Secretary of the Interior, et al ., Civil No. 
75-404-Civ-T-K, M.D. Fla. Dismissed without 
prejudice, July 16, 1975. 



Heldina Eluska, individ. & on behalf of 
all others similarly situated v. Thomas 
Kleppe, individ. & in his official capacity as 
Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. A-76-26 
CIV, D. Alaska. Remanded for exhaustion of ad- 
ministrative remedies; reconsideration denied , 
Dec. 10, 1976; appeal dismissed; judgment deny- 
ing plaintiffs motion for summary judgment & 
remanding case to Agency, Apr. 20, 1977; 
appeal dismissed without prejudice, Dec. 11, 
1978. 



Henry J. Ernst , A-27196 (Nov. 7, 1955) 



Administrative Appeal of Hannah Finnesand, A 
Native Alaska Indian v. Commissioner of Indian 



Affairs , 3 IBIA 263 (19753 

Hannah Finnesand and Flora Rondeau for them- 
selves and all others similarly situated, and 
Flora Rondeau as next friend for Deborah 
Rondeau, Mitchell Rondeau & David Rondeau for 
themselves and all others similarly situated 
v. Rogers C. B. Morton et al ., Civil No. 



A75-42, D. Alaska, 
by the Judge. 



Consent decree approved 



Henry J. Ernst v. Secretary of the Interior , 
Civil No. 9303, D. Alaska. Return of service 
quashed & complaint dismissed, Dec. 28, 1956 
(opinion); aff'd, 244 F.2d 344 (9th Cir. 1957). 



lomas R. Flickinger , 40 IBLA 53 (1979) 
Pamela W. Kay , 40 IBLA 240 (1979 



Robert B. Coen , 41 IBLA 55 (1979 



David H. Evans v. Ralph C. Little , A-31044 (Apr. 10, 
1970), 1 IBLA 269; 78 I.D. 47 (1971) 

David H. Evans v. Rogers C. B. Morton , Civil 
N<T 1-71-41, D. Idaho. Order granting motion 
of Ralph C. Little for leave to intervene as a 
party defendant issued June 5, 1972. Judgment 
for defendants, July 27, 1973; aff'd, Mar. 12, 
1975; no petition. 



Elsie V. Farington , 



Elsie V. Farington 



9 IBLA 191 (1973) 
Rogers C. I 



Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. S2768, 
E. D. Cal. Dismissed with prejudice, Dec. 5, 
1973 (opinion); no appeal. 



Robert J. Ahrens, Harry Alatchanian , 
Jon Arney, Peter R. Brant, Helen D. 
Coen, Robert B. Coen & Jack P. Corsi, 
et al . v. Cecil Andrus, Secretary of 



the Interior , Civil No. 
Suit pending. 



C79-166, D. Wyo. 



Foote Mineral Co . , 34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 
Foote Mineral Co. v. Cecil D. Andrus, Individ. 



& as Secretary of the Interior, H. William 
Menard, Individ. & as Director, Geological 
Survey, & Murray T. Smith, Individ. & as Area 
Mining Supervisor, Geological Survey , Civil 
No. LV-78-141 RDF, D. Nev. Dismissed without 
prejudice Nov. 15, 1979. No appeal. 



John J. Farrelly et al . , 62 I.D. 1 (1955) 

John J. Farrelly & The Fifty-One Oil Co . v. 
Douglas McKay , Civil No. 3037-55. Judgment 
for plaintiff, Oct. 11, 1955; no appeal. 



Carl E. Forsberg et al . , A-29158 et al., (Aug. 19, 
1963) 

Carl E. Forsberg v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 63-472, D. Ore. Judgment for defendant, 
255 F. Supp. 382 (1966); appeal dismissed, 
Oct. 13, 1966. See Linn Land Co. v. Stewart L. 
Udall. 



Robert K. Foster et al ., A-29857 (June 15, 1964) 

Robert K. Foster et al . v. Manager, Riverside 
Land Office, et al ., Civil No. 64-1110-WM, S.D. 
Cal. Judgment for defendant, 296 F. Supp. 
1348 (1966); no appeal. 



Suits for Judicial Review 

Estate of Temens (Timens) Vivian Gardafee, 5 IBIA 



113; 83 I.D. 216 (1976) 

Confederated Tribes & Bands of the Yakima 
Indian Nation v. Thomas Kleppe, Secretary of 
the Interior, & Erwin Ray , Civil No. C-76-200, 
E.D. Wash. Suit pending. 



T. Jack Foster , 75 I.D. 81 (1968) 

Gladys H. Foster, Executrix of the estate of 
T. Jack Foster v. Stewart L. Udall, Boyd L. 
Rasmus sen , Civil No. 7611, D.N.M. Judgment 
for plaintiff, June 2, 1969; no appeal. 



Stanley Garthofner, Duvall Bros ., 67 I.D. 4 (1960) 

Stanley Garthofner v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 4194-60. Judgment for plaintiff, Nov. 27, 
1961; no appeal. 



Franco Western Oil Co. et al . , 65 I.D. 316, 427 
(1958) 

Raymond J. Hansen v. Fred A. Seaton , Civil No. 
2810-59. Judgment for plaintiff, Aug. 2, 1960 
(opinion); no appeal. 

See Safarik v. Udall , 304 F.2d 944 (1962); 
cert, denied, 371 U.S. 901 (1962). 



Estate of Gei-kaun-mah (Bert) , 82 I.D. 408 (1975) 

Juanita Geikaunmah Mammedaty & Imogene 
Geikaumah Carter v. Rogers C. B. Morton, 
Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. CIV 
75-1010-E, W.D. Okla. Judgment for defen- 
dant, 412 F. Supp. 283 (1976); no appeal. 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal of Sidney Gelb , 
2 OHA 59 (1976) 



Myrtle A. Freer et al 
Willis W. Ritter 



A-29221 (Apr. 2, 1963) 



Rogers C. B. Morton et al , 
Civil No. 1-70-74, D. Idaho. Judgment for 
plaintiff, Nov. 14, 1972. 



Sidney Gelb v. Thomas Kleppe, individually & 
officially as the Secretary of Interior , Civil 
No. 76-1931. Suit pending. 



General Excavating Co . , 67 I.D. 344 (1960) 



Fuel Resources 


Devei 


opment Co. , 


43 IBLA 
Co. v. 


19 


(1979) 

Fuel Resources 


Development 




Cecil D. 


Andrus 


, Secretary 


of the 




Interior, 


Dale 


R. Andrus, 


Director 


of 


the Colo. 


State 


Office, BLM, et al 


, 



Civil No. 79-1639, D. Colo. Suit 
pending. 



General Excavating Co . v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 
170-62. Dismissed with prejudice, Dec. 16, 
1963. 



Nelson A. Gerttula, 64 I.D. 225 (1957) 



Nelson A. Gerttula v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 685-60. Judgment for defendant, June 20, 
1961; motion for rehearing denied , Aug. 3, 
1961; aff'd, 309 F.2d 653 (1962); no petition. 



Coral V. Funderburg , A- 30514 (June 14, 1966) 

Coral V. Funderburg v. Stewart L. Udall et 
al. , Civil No. 2818 ND, S.D. Cal. Dismissed 
with prejudice, Feb. 15, 1967; aff'd, 396 F.2d 
638 (9th Cir. 1968); no petition. 



Charles B. Gonsal es, A-27944 (Apr. 22, 1959) 

Charles B. Gonsales v. Frederick A. Seaton , 
Civil No. 2497-59. Plaintiff's amended com- 
plaint dismissed with prejudice, Jan. 12, 
1962; no appeal. 



Gabbs Exploration Co . , 67 I.D. 160 (1960) 

Gabbs Exploration Co . v . Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 219-61. Judgment for defendant, 
Dec. 1, 1961; aff'd, 315 F.2d 37 (1963); 
cert, denied, 375 U.S. 822 (1963). 



arles B. Gonsales et al., Western Oil Fields, 
Incl, et al ., 69 I.D. 236 (1962) 

Pan American Petroleum Corp. & Charles B. 
Gonsales v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 5246, 
D.N.M. Judgment for defendant, June 4, 1964; 
aff'd, 352 F.2d 32 (10th Cir. 1965); no 
petition. 



Bernard J. & Myrle A. Gaffney , 
1965) 



A-30327 (Oct. 28, 



Bernard J. & Myrle A. Gaffney v. Stewart L. 
Udall , Civil No. 3-66-22, D. Minn. Stipulated 
dismissal without prejudice, Jan. 17, 1969; no 
appeal. 



Charles B. Gonsales , A-29010 (Mar. 27, 1963) 

Charles B. Gonsales v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 5378 D.N.M. Dismissed with prejudice, 
Nov. 12, 1963. 



Suits for Judicial Review 
John Gonzales , A-30604 (Sept. 26, 1968) Gulf Oil Corp . , 69 I.D. 30 (1962) 



John Gonzales v. Stewart Udall , Civil No. 
A-128-68, D. Alas. Order to Stay Proceedings 
for 6 months filed June 3, 1970; judgment for 
plaintiff, June 30, 1972; upon stipulation of 
the parties, appeal dismissed, Nov. 30, 1972. 



Southwestern Petroleum Corp . v. Stewart L. 
Udall , Civil No. 2209-62. Judgment for 
defendant, Oct. 19, 1962; aff "d, 325 F.2d 
633 (1963); no petition. 



James C. Goodwin , 80 I.D. 7 (1973) 

James C. Goodwin v. Dale R. Andrus, State 



Dir., Bureau of Land Management, Burton W. 
Silcock, Dir., Bureau of Land Management, 
& Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary of the 
Interior , Civil No. C-5105, D. Colo. Dis- 
missed, Nov. 29, 1975 (opinion); Appeal 
dismissed, Mar. 9, 1976. 



Gulf Oil Corp. et al . , 21 IBLA 1 (1975) 

Gulf Oil Corp. & Mobil Oil Corp . v. Stanley K. 
Hathaway, Secretary of the Interior, et al . , 
Civl No. 75-2396, Section F, E.D. La. Remanded 
to the Secretary of the Interior for a hearing, 
Apr. 13, 1977. 



Thomas V. Gullo & Joseph L. Randazzo , 29 IBLA 126 
(1977) 



Ray Granat et al . , 25 IBLA 115 (1976) 

Ray Granat v. Thomas S. Kleppe & the Depart- 
ment of the Interior , Civil No. C 76-274, 
D. Utah. Suit pending. 



Thomas V. Gullo & Joseph L. Randazzo v. 
Department of the Interior , Civil No. 77— C 
Aff'd Oct. 11, 1977. 



Gustav Hirsch Organization, Inc ., IBCA-175 
(Oct. 30, 1958) 



Estate of George Green , IA-T-11 (June 7, 1968) 



Gustav Hirsch Organization, Inc . v. U. 
Ct. CI. No. 416-59. Compromised. 



Lillian Crenshaw et al . v. Secretary , Civil 
No. 68-317, W.D. Okla. Dismissed, Feb. 4, 
1969; no appeal. 



Guthrie Electrical Construction , 62 I.D. 280 
(1955), IBCA-22 (Supp.) (Mar. 30, 1956) 



LaVonne E. Grewell , 23 IBLA 190 (1976) 

LaVonne V. Grewell v. Thomas S. Kleppe, Sec- 
retary of the Interior , Civil No. C76-602V, 
W.D. Wash. Judgment for defendant, May 9, 
1978; appeal filed July 18, 1978. 



Guthrie Electrical Construction Co . v. U.S. , 
Ct. CI. No. 129-58. Stipulation of settle- 
ment filed Sept. 11, 1958. Compromise offer 
accepted and case closed Oct. 10, 1958. 



L. H. Hagood et al . , 65 I.D. 405 (1958) 



Grindstone Butte Project , 18 IBLA 16 (1974), 
24 IBLA 49 (1976) 



Edwin Still et al . v. U.S. , Civil No. 7897, 
D. Colo. Compromise accepted. 



Grindstone Butte Project et al . v. Thomas S. 



Kleppe, Secretary of the Interior, Curt 
Berklund, Director of the Bureau of Land Man - 
agement, et al. , Civil No. 1-76-173, D. Idaho. 
Judgment for plaintiff, Sept. 8, 1977; appeal 
filed Nov. 7, 1977. 



William Hall et al ., A-30849, A-30852, A-30857 
(Sept. 16, 1968) 

William Hall & Diane Hall v. Secretary of the 
Interior , Civil No. A-169-68, D. Alaska. Dis- 
missed, July 25, 1969; no appeal. 



Estate of James Growing Thunder, Fort Peck 

Allottee No. 2210, deceased , 3 IBIA 18 (1974) 

Nancy Growing Thunder & Vernon Growing Thunder, 
Minors, by and through their next friend and 
Guardian Ad Litem, Dale Running Bear v. Rogers 
Morton, individually and as Secretary of the 
Interior, et al ., Civil No. 74-73 BLG, D. Mont. 
Dismissed, Mar. 15, 1976. 



Lester J. Hamel , A-28830 (Sept. 17, 1962) 



Lester J. Hamel v. Neal D. Nelson et al. 



Civil No. 8565, N.D. Cal. Judgment for 
defendant, Dec. 13, 1963 (opinion); judg- 
ment entered Feb. 11, 1964; appeal docketed 
Feb. 14, 1964; dismissed by plaintiff, 
Mar. 20, 1964. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Raymond J. Hansen et al . , 67 I.D. 362 (1960) 



Raymond J. Hansen et al . v. Stewart L. tidal 1 , 
Civil No. 3902-60. Judgment for defendant, 
June 23, 1961; aff'd, 304 F.2d 944 (1962); 
cert, denied, 371 U.S. 901 (1962). 



Robert Schulein v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
4131-60. Judgment for defendant, June 23, 
1961; aff'd, 304 F.2d 944 (1962); no petition. 



Raymond J. Hansen , A-30179 (Mar. 5, 1965) 
Mary L. Brandt and Natalie Z. Shell \i 



Stewart L. Udall 



Civil No. 2659-ND, S.D. Cal. 
30, 1965; amended complaint 
judgment for defendant, 



Dismissed, Sept. 
filed Nov. 15, 1965; 
June 7, 1966; dismissed for lack of jurisdic- 
tion, Nov. 15, 1967; judgment for defendants, 
Mar. 26, 1968; rev'd, 427 F.2d 53 (9th Cir. 
1970); no petition. 

Mary L. Brandt & Natalie Z. Shell v. Stewart L. 
Udall , Civil No. 
Dec. 3, 1965. 



2715-ND, S.D. Cal. Dismisse< 



Thomas D. Hickey , 34 IBLA 86 (1978) 

Thomas D. Hickey v. U.S., Interior Board of 
Land Appeals, Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary of 
the Interior, & William L. Mathews, State 
Director (Idaho), BLM , Civil No. CIV 78-1142, 
D. Idaho. Suit pending. 



Jesse Higgins, Paul Gower & William Gipsc 
Old Ben Coal Corp . , 81 I.D. 423 (1974) 



Jesse Higgins et al . v. Cecil D. Andrus , No. 
77-1363, United States Ct. of Appeals, D.C. 
Cir. Dismissed for lack of jurisdiction, 
June 20, 1977. 



Hiko Bell Mining & Oil Co ., 24 IBLA 255 (1976) 

Hiko Bell Mining & Oil Co., a Utah Corp . v. 



Thomas S. Kleppe, Secretary of the Interior , 
Civil No. C 76-138, D. Utah. Judgment for 
plaintiff, Apr. 4, 1978. 



Beverly Harrell , 12 IBLA 276 (1973) 

Beverly Harrell v. A. John Hillsamer, Chief 
of Land & Minerals Operations, Bureau of Land 



Kenneth Holt, an individual, etc., 68 I.D. 148 



Manage 



>nt for Nevada, & E. 



Rowland, State 



Dir., Bureau of Land Management, Nevada , Civil 
No. CIV-LV-2137, RDF, D. Nev. Dismissed, 
Dec. 7, 1973; motion for new trial denied, 
Feb. 6, 1974; no appeal. 



Paul Harvey et al . , A-30552 (June 24, 1966) 

Paul Harvey, Grace Ernest and Lalo Enriquez 
v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 6753, D.N.M. 
Judgment for defendant, Jan. 25, 1967; aff'd, 
384 F.2d 883 (10th Cir. 1967); no petition. 



(1961) 



Kenneth Holt, etc. 



U.S., Ct. CI. No. 162-62. 



Stipulated judgment, July 2, 1965. 

Hope Natural Gas Co . , 70 I.D. 228 (1963) 

Stewart L. Udall . 



Hope Natural Gas Co . 
Civil No. 2132-63. 

Consolidated Gas Supply Corp . v. Stewart L. 
Udall et al . , Civil No. 2109-63. Judgment 
for defendant, Sept. 20, 1965; Per curiam 
decision, aff'd, Apr. 28, 1966; no petition. 



Billy K. Hatfield et al . v. Southern Ohio Coal Co. 



82 I.D. 289 (1975) 

District 6 United Mine Workers of America et 
al . v. U.S. Dept. of Interior Board of Mine 
Operations Appeals , No. 75-1704, U.S. Court 
of Appeals, D.C. Cir. Board's decision aff'd, 
562 F.2d 1260 (1977). 



Elbert F. Howey , 15 IBLA 208 (1974) 

Elbert F. Howey v. Rogers Morton, Secretary 
of the Interior , Civil No. A74-56, D. Alaska. 
Dismissed with prejudice, Oct. 16, 1975 
(opinion); no appeal. 



Estate of Alvin Hudson, 5 IBIA 174 (1976) 



David Russell Hudson v. U.S., Thomas S. 



Headwaters Association, Protestant-Appellant Cabax 
Mills, et al., Intervenors , IBLA 76-68, remanded 
to Bureau of Land Management by Order, Oct. 21, 
1975; Appeal of Harold P. Canady et al . , IBLA 
73-357, pending; Appeal of Elizabeth Freeman , 
IBLA 76-51, pending; Appeal of Alan Troxler , 
IBLA 74-215, pending; Appeal of Alan Winter et 
al. , IBLA 75-653, pending; Appeal of Carl Wittmar 
IBLA 76-14, pending. 



Arthur Downing, Alan Winter, Alan Troxler and 
Headwaters v. Kent Frizzell, Acting Secretary 
of the Interior, et al . , Civil No. 75-1128, 
D. Ore. Stipulated dismissal, Dec. 30, 1976. 



Kleppe, Secretary of the Interior, Veradine 
Reed Stearns, Lois Jean Reed Saxton, Mildred 
Reed Anderson, Ivan Stacy Reed Cleveland , 
Civil No. C76-227T, W.D. Wash. Dismissed 
with prejudice Mar. 6, 1979; appeal filed 
Mar. 14, 1979. 



Boyd L. Hulse v. Willie 
(1960) 



Griggs , 67 I.D. 212 



No. 



■iam H. Griggs v. Michael T. Solan , Civil 
3741, D. Idaho. Stipulation for dismissal 



filed May 15, 1962. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Dan H. Hunter, Ray H. Albrechtsen , IBLA 70-79, 565 
(Order of dismissal dated Feb. 22, 1973), recon- 
sideration denied by Order, June 1, 1973. 



Hunter & Mountain States Resources 
Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary of 



the Interior , Civil No. C-393-73, D. Utah. 
Judgment for Defendant, Dec. 17, 1974; aff 'd, 
529 F.2d 645 (10th Cir. 1976); no petition. 

Ray H. Albrechtsen & Mountain States Corp . v. 
Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary of the Interior , 
Civil No. C-392-73, D. Utah. Judgment for 
plaintiff, Mar. 31, 1976; rev'd & remanded with 
directions, 570 F.2d 906 (10th Cir. 1978); 
cert, denied, Oct. 2, 1978. 



Interpretation of the Submerged Lands Act , 71 I.D. 
20 (1964) 

Floyd A. Wallis v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
3089-63. Dismissed with prejudice, Mar. 27, 
1968. 



state of Cleveland Iron Shooter, 7 IBIA 212 (1979) 



Teresa Ramirez, Executor of Estate of Lola 
Ramirez v. Secretary of the Interior , Civil 
No. 79-L-293, D. Neb. Suit pending. 



Stanley W. Hutchinson v. Clyde W. Bishop , A-29693 
(May 4, 1964) 

Clyde W. Bishop v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
1-65-54, D. Idaho. Judgment for plaintiff, 
July 7, 1966; no appeal. 



Iverson, 82 I.D. 386 (1975) 



C. J. Iverson v. Kent Frizzell, Acting Secre - 
tary of the Interior & Dorothy D. Rupe , Civil 
No. 75-106-Blg, D. Mont. Stipulation for dis- 
missal with prejudice, Sept. 10, 1976. 



H & W Oil Co., 22 IBLA 313 (1975) 



H & W Oil Co. 



Thomas S. Kleppe, Secretary 



of the Interior , Civil No. 763016, E.D. 
Judgment for defendant, Nov. 29, 1976. 



111. 



J. A. Jones Construction Co. et 
(June 17, 1960) 



Palisades Contractors et al . v. U.S. , Civil 
No. 2247, D. Idaho. Settled. 



John V. Hyrup , 15 IBLA 412 (1974) 



J. A. Terteling & Sons , 64 I.D. 466 (1957) 



John V. Hyrup v. Rogers C. B. Morton , Civil No. 
74-689, D. Colo. Rev'd & remanded for further 
administrative proceedings, 406 F. Supp. 214 
(1976); appeal filed Jan. 14, 1976; final 
judgment entered May 12, 1976; appeal filed 
July 7, 1976; aff 'd, Nov. 7, 1977; no petition. 



J. A. Terteling & Sons v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 
114-59. Judgment for defendant, 390 F.2d 
926 (1968); remaining aspects compromised. 



P. Armstrong Co . , 63 I.D. 289 (1956) 



Idaho Desert Land Entries - Indian Hill Group , 



72 I.D. 156 (1965), U.S 

et al. - Idaho Desert Land Entries 



01 lie Ma e Shearman 

Indian Hill 



I.D. 386 (1966) 



J. D. Armstrong, Inc . v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 
490-56. Plaintiff 's motion to dismiss peti- 
tion allowed, June 26, 1959. 



Wallace Reed et al . v. Dept. of the Interior 
et al . , Civil No. 1-65-86, D. Idaho. Order 
denying preliminary injunction, Sept. 3, 1965; 
dismissed, Nov. 10, 1965; amended complaint 
filed, Sept. 11, 1967. 



Jensen-Rasmussen et al. , IBCA-363 (Mar. 14, 1963) 



Jensen-Rasmussen & Co . v. U. S. , Civil No. 
5963, W.D. Wash. Judgment for defendant, 
Feb. 24, 1964; no appeal. 



U.S. v. Raymond T. Michener et al . , Civil No. 
1-65-93, D. Idaho. Dismissed without preju- 
dice, June 6, 1966. 



U.S. v. Hood Corp. et al . 
S.D. Idaho. 



Civil No. 1-67-97, 



Civil Nos. 1-65-86 & 1-67-97 consolidated. 
Judgment adverse to U.S., July 10, 1970; rev'd, 
480 F.2d 634 (9th Cir. 1973); cert , denied , 
414 U.S. 1064 (1973); dismissed with prejudice 
subject to the terms of the stipulation, 
Aug. 30, 1976. 



Dale Johnson , A-30806 (Sept. 17, 1968) 

Dale Johnson v. Stewart L. Udall, Secretary 

of the Interior , Civil No. A-135-68, D. Alaska. 

Stipulated Dismissal, Apr. 10, 1969; no appeal. 



M. G. Johnson , 78 I.D. 107 (1971) 

U.S. v. Menzel G. Johnson, 16 IBLA 234 (1974) 



Appeal of Inter*Helo, Inc ., IBCA-713-5-68 (Dec. 30, 
1969), 82 I.D. 591 (1975) 

John Billmeyer, etc . v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 
54-74. Remanded with instructions to admit 
evidence, May 30, 1975. 



Menzel G. Johnson v. Rogers C. B. Morton, Sec- 
retary of the Interior, et al . , Civil No. 
CN-LV-74-158, RDF, D. Nev. Judgment for 
defendant, Oct. 18, 1977; appeal filed Dec. 5, 
1977. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Estate of Edward Alpheus Jones , 5 IBIA 138 (1976) 



Robert Sam 



U.S. et al. 



Civil No. 76-0552. 
Dismissed as to defendants U.S., Department of 
the Interior & the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 
July 30, 1976; judgment for defendant Robert C. 
Snashall, July 30, 1976. 



June 


Oil & Gas 


, Inc . , 


Cook 


Oil & 


Gas , Inc . , 


41 


IBLA 
June 


394; 
Oil 


86 I.D 
& Gas, 


. 374 
Inc. 


(1979) 
Si Cook 


Oil & 




Gas, 
tary 


Inc. 
of t 


v. Cec 


il D. 


Andrus 


, Secre- 




he Inte 


rior, 


et al. 


, Civil No 



79-1334 D. Colo. Suit pending. 



John J. King , A-28543 (Oct. 13, 1960) 



John J. King v. Stewart L 

68-61. Judgment for plaintiff 

rev'd, 308 F.2d 650 (1962); no petition 



Udall , Civil No. 

Nov. 8, 1961; 



John J. King et al . 
(Sept. 25, 1964) 



Fairbanks 033268, 033279 



John J. King et al . 



Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
Judgment for plaintiffs, 266 F. 
on May 4, 1967, a stipula- 



No. 2750-64. 

Supp. 747 (1967) 

tion of voluntary dismissal with prejudice s 

by the plaintiffs and all other parties. 



Kenneth J. Kadow et al., A-30053 (Oct. 5, 1964) 



Kenneth J. Kadow et al. v. Stewart L. Udall, 



Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. A-l-65, 
D. Alas. Judgment for defendant, Sept. 7, 
1967; dismissed for lack of prosecution, 
Feb. 2, 1968; no petition. 



John J. King, Dorothy W. King , Fairbanks 034577 
(Oct. 26, 1965) 



John J. and Dorothy W. King v. Stewart L. 



Udall , Civil No. A-6-66, D. Alaska. Dismissed 
with prejudice Apr. 24, 1968. 



Kanawah Coal Co., 7 IBMA 234 (1977) 



Kanawah Coal Co . v. Cecil D. Andrus , No. 
77-1089, United States Ct. of Appeals, 
4th Cir. Petition for review denied, 
553 F.2d 361 (4th Cir. 1977). 



Barbara G. Kirk and Marjorie G. Wright 
See Dean Kirk 



Dean Kirk , A-29018a (Apr. 26, 1963), Barbara G. 
Kirk and Marjorie G. Wright , A-30022 (Aug. 20, 
1963) 



A. Keans, A-30183 (Feb. 16, 1965) 



A. Keans v. Stewart L. Udall et al., Civil 



No. 2648-ND, S.D. Cal. Defendant's motion to 
dismiss granted, Nov. 22, 1965; no appeal. 



George M. Larsen et al . 
Civil No. 1651, D. Nev. 
seven land entries 



Stewart L. Udall, 



Stipulation covering 
four are dismissed as moot, 
three are dismissed with prejudice. 



Estate of Kee-ah-tha-com-oke-quah , IA-974, 975 
(Sept. 16, 1965) 



D. Q. (Bill) Couch v. Stewart L. 



Udall, Civil 
Supp. 



No. 66-282, W.D. Okla. Aff 'd, 265 F 
848 (1967); aff'd, 404 F.2d 97 (10th Ci 
1968); no petition. 



Kirkpatrick Oil Co . , 32 IBLA 329 (1977) 

Kirkpatrick Oil & Gas Co . v. U.S. & Thomas S. 



Kleppe, Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
CIV-77-1247E, D. Okla. Judgment for defendant 
Nov. 26, 1979; appeal filed Jan. 18, 1980. 



Kerr McGee Corp., Cabot Corp., Felmont Oil Corp. 
and Case-Pomeroy Corp ., 6 IBLA 108 (1972), 
Petition for Recons iderat ion denied , May 14, 1 



Kerr-McGee Corp., Cabot Corp. 



Felmont Oil 
Corp., & Case-Pomeroy Oil Corp . v. Rogers C. 
Morton et al . , Civil No. 616-72. Dismissed 
Oct. 



with prejudice, Oct. 22, 
838 (1975); no petition. 



1974; aff'd, 527 F.2d 



Margaret L. & Allan D. Klatt , 23 IBLA 59 (1975) 



Margaret L. Klatt v. Thomas S. Kleppe, Indi- 
vidually & in his official capacity as 
Secretary of the Interior et al . , Civil No. 
A76-44 CIV, D. Alaska. Suit pending. 



Anquita L. Kluenter et al . , 
See Bobby Lee Moore et al 



A-30483, Nov. 18, 1965 



Estate of San Pierre Kilkaken (Sam E. Hill) , 
1 IBIA 299; 79 I.D. 583 (1972), 4 IBIA 242 
(1975), 5 IBIA 12 (1V76) 



Christine Sam & Nancy Judge v. Thomas Kleppe, 
Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. C-76-14, 
E.D. Wash. Dismissed with prejudice. 



Leo J. Kottas, Earl Lutzenhiser , 73 I.D. 123 (1966) 

Earl M. Lutzenhiser and Leo J. Kottas v. 
Stewart L. Udall et al . , Civil No. 1371, 
D. Mont. Judgment for defendant, June 7, 
1968; aff'd, 432 F.2d 328 (9th Cir. 1970); 
no petition. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Max L. Krueger, Vaughan B. Connelly , 65 I.D. 185 
(1958) 

Max Krueger v. Fred A. Seaton , Civil No. 
3106-58. Complaint dismissed by plaintiff, 
June 22, 1959. 



James M. Krumtum and Cale M. Shearer , A-30838 
(Dec. 21, 1967) 



James M. Krumtum & Cale M. Shearer v. Udall 
et al . , Civil No. 6567, D. Ariz. Judgment 
for defendant, Jan. 6, 1970; no appeal. 



Donald J. Laughlin, d/b/a/ Riverside Resort & 
Casino , 25 IBLA 41 (1976) On Reconsideration, 
26 IBLA 154 (1976) 

Donald J. Laughlin v. Thomas S. Kleppe, indi- 
vidually & as Secretary of the Interior, Curt 
Berklund, individually & as Director, Bureau 
of Land Management, & H. M. Bruce, individually 
& as Yuma District Manager of the BLM , Civil 
No. 76-237 RDF, D. Nev. Order granting motion 
to transfer case to Ariz, granted, May 4, 1977 
(Civil No. 77-380-PHX-WPC, D. Ariz.) Suit 
pending. 

River Queen Corp., an Arizona Corp., d/b/a 
River Queen Resort v. Thomas S. Kleppe, ind i- 
vidually & as Secretary of Interior, et al. , 
Civil No. CIV 76-873 PCT-WPC , D. Ariz. Suit 
pending. 



Joseph T. Kurkowski , 15 IBLA 13 (1974) 

John & Ruth E. Melcher v. Edwin Zaidlicz, 
Montana Dir. of the Bureau of Land Manage- 
ment, et al. , Civil No. 74-34-BLG, D. Mont. 
Dismissed for want of jurisdiction, Sept. I 
1974; dismissed, Sept. 11, 1975. 



Samford, Inc. , 74 I.D. 



L. B. Samford, Inc. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 
393-67. Dismissed, 410 F.2d 782 (1969); 
petition. 



Richard M. Lade, As Attorney in Fact for Santa Fe 
Pacific R. R. , A-29121 (Jan. 10, 1963) 



Richard M. Lade, Attorney in Fact for Santa Fe 
Pacific R. R. v. Udall et al. , Civil No. 67-14, 
Judgment for defendant, 295 F. 
iff 'd, 432 F. 



D. Ore. 

265 (1968); 

1970); no petition. 



Sup p. 
2d 254 (9th Cir. 



W. Dalton La Rue, 



W. Dalton La Rue, 



69 I.D. 120 (1962) 

Sr. v. Stewart L. Udall , 



Civil No. 2784-62. Judgment for defendant, 
Mar. 6, 1963; aff 'd, 324 F.2d 428 (1963); 
cert, denied, 376 U.S. 907 (1964). 



Charles Lewellen , 70 I.D. 475 (1963) 

Bernard E. Darling v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 474-64. Judgment for defendant, Oct. 5, 
1964; appeal voluntarily dismissed, Mar. 26, 
1965. 



Perley M. Lewis , A-29572 (June 27, 1963) 

Perley M. Lewis & Mildred C. Lewis v. 
Stewart L. Udall, Secertary of the Interior , 
Civil No. 5003 Phx. , D. Ariz. Judgment for 
defendant, July 31, 1967; amended judgment for 
defendant, May 28, 1968; aff'd, 427 F.2d 673 
(9th Cir. 1970); cert , denied , 400 U.S. 992 
(1970). 



Perley M. Lewis and Mildred C. Lewis , A-28707 
(DeT 30, 1963) 



w 


. Dalton La 


Rue, Sr. & 


Juanita 


S. La Rue, 


d/b/a 




Winnemucca 


Ranch, Appellants, 


M. S. Land 


& Live- 




stock Co., 
W. Dalt 


Intervenor, 9 IBLA 208 (1973) 
on La Rue, Sr. & Juanita S. La 


Rue v. 




U.S. & 


Rogers C. B 


Morton 


Secretary 


of the 



Interior, et al. , Civil No. R-2827, D. Nev. 
Judgment for defendant, Mar. 12, 1974; aff'd, 
Mar. 2, 1976; rehearing denied , Apr. 21, 1976; 
cert, denied, Nov. 1, 1976. 



Langdon H. Larwill et al. , A-28697 (May 16, 1963) 



Perley M. Lewis et ux. v. Stewart L. Udall et 
al. , Civil No. 5451 Phx., D. Ariz. Judgment 
for defendant, Mar. 22, 1966; aff'd, 374 F.2d 
180 (9th Cir. 1967); no petition. 



Administrative Appeal of Ruth Pinto Lewis v. Super- 
intendent of the Eastern Navajo Agency , 4 IBIA 
147; 82 I.D. 521 (1975) 

Ruth Pinto Lewis, Individually & as the Admin- 
istratrix of the Estate of Ignacio Pinto v. 
Thomas S. Kleppe, Secretary of the Interior, & 
U.S. , Civil No. CIV-76-223 M, D.N.M. Judgment 
for plaintiff, July 21, 1977; no appeal. 



Pacific Oil Co. 



Corp. 



Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 9406, D. Colo. Judgment for defen- 
dant, 273 F. Supp. 203 (1967); aff'd, 
406 F.2d 452 (10th Cir. 1969); cert, denied, 
395 U.S. 978 (1969). 



Milton I 
1962) 



Lichtenwalner, A-28909 et al. (June 15, 



Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil li 
2932-62. Judgment for defendant, July 15, 
1963; no appeal. 



Suits for 
Milton H. Lichtenwalner et al., 69 I.D. 71 (1962) 



Judicial Review 

Bess May Lutey , 76 I.D. 37 (1969) 



Kenneth McGahan v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. A-21-63, D. Alaska. Dismissed on merits, 
Apr. 24, 1964; stipulated dismissal of appeal 
with prejudice, Oct. 5, 1964. 



Bess May Lutey et al. v. Dept. of Agriculture, 
BLM, et al. , Civil No. 1817, D. Mont. Judgment 
for defendant, Dec. 10, 1970; no appeal. 



Linn Land Co., A-28765 (July 12, 1962) 



Linn Land Co. et al. v . Stewart L. Udall , 

Consolidated with 



Civil No. 63-264, D. Ore. 
Forsberg v . Udall , Schmand v . Udall , & Property 
Management Co. v . Udall , Battle Mt. Co. v . 
Udall . Judgment for defendant, 255 F. Supp. 
382 (1966), except per curiam dec. as to 
Battle Mountain. Stipulated dismissal on 
appeal, Oct. 13, 1966. 



Joseph Maclsaac et al. , 8 IBLA 51 (1972) 

Joseph F. Maclsaac, Stanley P. Cornelius, 
Hillen L. Arnold, Henry E. Reeves, Starling P. 
Cornelius, Richard Ransom v. Rogers C. B. 
Morton , Civil No. A-6-73, D. Alaska. Dismissed 
with prejudice for want of prosecution by 
plaintiff, Dec. 19, 1974. 



James W. McDade, 3 IBLA 226 (1971) 



Merwin E. Liss et al. , 70 I.D. 231 (1963) 

Hope Natural Gas Co. v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 2132-63. 



James W. McDade v. Rogers C. B. Morton , Civil 
No. 2437-71. Judgment for defendant, 353 F. 
Supp. 1006 (1973); per curiam decision, aff'd, 
494 F.2d 1156 (D.C. Cir. 1974); no petition. 



Consolidated Gas Supply Corp. v. Stewart L. 
Udall et al. , Civil No. 2109-63. Judgment for 
defendant, Sept. 20, 1965; per curiam dec, 
aff'd, Apr. 28, 1966; no petition. 



Frederick W. Lowey, et al., 40 IBLA 381 (1979) 



Sheridan L. McGarry , A-28759 (Jan. 26, 1962) 

Sheridan L. McGarry v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 1262-62. Judgment for defendant, 216 F. 
Supp. 314 (1962); no petition. 



Frederick W. Lowey, et al . v. Ceci' 
Andrus, et al . , Civil No. 79-3314. 
Suit pending. 



John A. Gallagher, et al . v. Cecil P. 
Andrus, et al . , Civil No. 79-3315. 
Suit pending. 



J. E. Ham, et al . v. Cecil D. Andrus, 

et al. , Civil No. 79-3316. Suit pending. 



Elgin A. McKenna Executrix, Estate of Patrick A. 
McKenna , 74 I.D. 133 (1967) 

Mrs. Elgin A. McKenna as Executrix of the 
Estate of Patrick A. McKenna, Deceased v. 
Udall , Civil No. 2001-67. Judgment for defen- 
dant, Feb. 14, 1968; aff'd, 418 F.2d 1171 
(1969); no petition. 



Dr. Heinz & Ursula Lichtenstein, et al . 
v. Cecil D. Andrus, et al ., Civil No. 
79-3317. Suit pending. 



James M. Ross, et al. v. Cecil D. Andrus, 



et al. , Civil 



79-3318. Suit pending. 



Mrs. Elgin A. McKenna, Widow and Successor in 
Interest of Patrick A. McKenna , Deceased v. 
Walter J. Hickel, Secretary of the Interior, 
et al. , Civil No. 2401, D. Ky. Dismissed with 
prejudice, May 11, 1970. 



Richard K. Vitek, et al . v. Cecil D. 
Andrus, et al . , Civil No. 79-3319. 
Suit pending. 



Leland M. Lucas , A-29228 (Dec. 10, 1962) 

Lei and Murray Lucas v. Stewart L. Udall et al 
Civil No. 5007 Phx. , D. Ariz. Stipulated dis- 
missal, Oct. 10, 1967. 



McKinnon, 62 I.D. 164 (1955) 



A. G. McKinnon v. U.S. , Civil No. 9433, 

D. Ore. Judgment for plaintiff, 178 F. Supp. 

913 (1959); rev'd, 289 F.2d 908 (9th Cir. 

1961). 



Estate of Alvina Beauvois McLean , IA-D-27 (Feb. 14, 
1969), IA-D-30 (July 24, 1969) 



Estate of Richard Lucero , IA-1435 (June 13, 1966) 

Eunice Lucero Vaile v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 

No. 6808, W.D. Wash. Judgment for defendant, 

May 12, 1967; summary judgment entered May 25, 
1967; no appeal. 



Kenneth 



:1 McLean v. Walter J. Hickel, 



Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 2721-69, 
D.C. Judgment for defendant, Mar. 13, 1970; 
dismissed for lack of prosecution, Apr. 9, 
1971. 



Estate of Richard Lucero, 1 IBIA 46 (1970) 



Estate of Elizabeth C. Jensen McMaster , 5 IBIA 61 
83 I.D. 145 (1976) 



Eunice Lucero Vaile v. Rogers C. B. Morton et 
al. , Civil No. 9585, D. Wash. Judgment for 
defendant, Jan. 14, 1972; aff'd, Feb. 26, 1974: 
no petition. 



Raymond C. McMaster v. U.S. Dept. of the 
Interior, Secretary of the Interior & Bureau 
of Indian Affairs , Civil No. C76-129T, 
W.D. Wash. Dismissed, June 29, 1978. 



Wade McNeil et al. , 64 I.D. 423 (1957) 

Wade McNeil v. Fred A. Seaton , Civil No. 
648-58. Judgment for defendant, June 5, 1959 
(opinion); rev'd, 281 F.2d 931 (1960); no 
petition. 



Suits for Judicial Review 

Billy Mathis et al. , A-30512 (July 6, 1966) 



Billy Mathis et al. v. Stewart L. Udall et al. , 
Civil No. 6833, D.N.M. Dismissed with preju- 
dice, Jan. 6, 1967; rendered moot by P.L. 
89-365. 



W ade McNeil v. Albert K. Leonard et al. , Civil 
No. 2226, D. Mont. Dismissed, 199 F. Supp. 671 
(1961); order, Apr. 16, 1962. 

Wade McNeil v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
678-62. Judgment for defendant, Dec. 13, 1963 
(opinion); aff 'd, 340 F.2d 801 (1964); cert , 
denied, 381 U.S. 904 (1965). 



Ralph E. May , A-29014 (Jan. 30, 1962) 

Ralph E. May v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
1379-62. Dismissed with prejudice, Mar. 22, 
1963; no appeal. 



Wade McNeil , A-30736 (Apr. 20, 1967) 

Wade McNeil v. Udall , Civil No. 2705, D. Mont. 
Judgment for defendant, Feb. 6, 1969 (opinion); 
no appeal. 



Estate of Oliver Maynahonah , IA-1522 (No dec), 
IA-T-1 (June 30, 1966) 

Ruth Maynahonah Kadayso v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 66-281, W.D. Okla. Dismissed with 
prejudice, Feb. 8, 1967. 



J. W. McTiernan, 11 IBLA 284 (1973) 



J. W. McTiernan v. Marvin Franklin, Acting 
Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 73-481-B 
W.D. Okla. Dismissed, Apr. 4, 1974; aff'd, 
Jan. 7, 1975. 



J. W. McTiernan, 14 IBLA 369 (1974) 



Allan E. Mecham et al., A-30244 (Dec. 23, 1964) 



Allan E. Mecham et al. 



Stewart L. Udall et 



al. , Civil No. C-22-65, D. Utah. Motion to 
dismiss granted, May 11, 1965; aff'd, 369 F.2d 
1 (10th Cir. 1966); no petition. 



J. W. McTiernan v. Rogers C. B. Morton, Secre- 
tary of the Interior , Civil No. FS-74-42-C, 
W.D. Ark. Judgment for defendant, Feb. 4, 
1977. 



Marathon Oil Co. , 81 I.D. 447 (1974), Atlantic 
Richfield Co., Marathon Oil Co., 81 I.D. 457 



Salvatore Megna, Guardian, Philip T. Garigan , 
65 I.D. 33 (1958) 



Salvatore Megna, Guardian etc . v. Fred A. 
Seaton , Civil No. 468-58. Judgment for 
plaintiff, Nov. 16, 1959; motion for recon- 
sideration denied , Dec. 2, 1959; no appeal. 



Marathon Oil Co. v. Rogers C. B. Morton, Sec- 
retary of the Interior et al. , Civil No. C 
74-179, D. Wyo. 

Marathon Oil Co. v. Rogers C. B. Morton, Sec- 
retary of the Interior, et al. , Civil No. C 
74-180, D. Wyo. 



Philip T. Garigan v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 1577 Tux., D. Ariz. Preliminary injunc- 
tion against defendant, July 27, 1966; supple- 
mental dec. rendered Sept. 7, 1966; judgment 
for plaintiff, May 16, 1967; no appeal. 



Atlantic Richfield Co. & Pasco, Inc. v. 

Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary of the Interior, 

et al. , Civil No. C 74-181, D. Wyo. 



Meva Corp. , 76 I.D. 205 (1969) 

Meva Corp . v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 492-69. 
ment for plaintiff, 511 F.2d 548 (1975). 



Judg- 



Actions consolidated; judgment for plaintiff, 
407 F. Supp. 1301 (1975); aff'd, 556 F.2d 982 
(10th Cir. 1977). 



Albert P. Mickunas, 12 IBLA 275 (1973) 



Estate of Andrew Jackson Marsh , 4 IBIA 106 (1975) 

Warren Dale Ling & Francis Miles Ling, commonly 
known as "Frank Ling" v. Kent Frizzell, Acting 
Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. C-75-200, 
E.D. Wash. Judgment for defendant, Jan. 27, 
1976. 



Albert P. Mickunas v. Rogers C. B. Morton, 



Secretary of the Interior, et al. , Civil No. 
74-1820 WPG, CD. Cal. Dismissed with preju- 
dice, Sept. 30, 1974; dismissed, May 14, 1976; 
rehearing denied , June 3, 1976; cert ■ denied , 
Nov. 8, 1976. 



Appeal of Roy L. Matchett , IBCA-826-2-70 (Feb. 26, 
1971) 

Roy L. Matchett v. U.S. , Ct. CI. 40-72. Dis- 
missed with prejudice, Sept. 25, 1973. 



Donald E. Miller , 
(1974) 



2 IBLA 309 (1971), 15 IBLA 95 



Donald E. Miller v. Walter J. Hickel et al. 



Civil No. C-70-2328, D. Cal. Remanded to the 
Department for further proceedings, July 5, 
1973; dismissed with prejudice, Feb. 6, 1975. 



Duncan Miller , A-27620 (July 28, 1958) 

Duncan Miller v. Fred A. Seaton , Civil No. 
346-60. Judgment for defendant, Feb. 23, 
1961; aff'd, 307 F.2d 676 (1962); cert, denied, 



371 U.S. 967 (1963); rehearing denied , 372 U.S. 
950 (1963). 



Duncan Miller, Louise Cuccia , 66 I.D. 388 (1959) 

Louise Cuccia & Shell Oil Co. v. Stewart L. 
Udall , Civil No. 562-60. Judgment for defen- 
dant, June 27, 1961; no appeal. 



Duncan Miller , A-28008 (Aug. 10, 1959), A-28093 
e^al^. (Oct. 30, 1959), A-28133 (Dec. 22, 1959), 
A-28378 (Aug. 5, 1960), A-28258 et^ al_. (Feb. 10, 
1960) 

Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
3470-60. Judgment for defendant, June 23, 
1961; aff'd, 304 F.2d 944 (1962); no petition. 



Judicial Review 

Duncan Miller , A-28647 (July 20, 1961) 

Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
3409-61. Judgment for defendant, May 21, 
1963; no appeal. 

Duncan Miller , A-29312 (Jan. 29, 1962) 

Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
1381-62. Judgment for defendant, Nov. 21, 
1962 (opinion); appeal dismissed Apr. 12, 
1963. 



Duncan Miller , A-28937 (Sept. 25, 1962), A-29041 
(Nov. 7, 1962) 

Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
4003-62. Dismissed for want of prosecution, 
May 1966. 



Duncan Miller , A-29365 (July 1, 1963), A-29521 
(Aug. 29, 1963), & A-29633 (Sept. 5, 1963) 



Duncan Miller , A-28057 (Oct. 16, 1959), A-28398 
(Aug. 31, 1960), A-28359 (July 18, 1960), A-28433 
(Aug. 30, 1960), A-28293, A-28436 (June 7, 1960), 
A-27897, A-27914, A-27923, A-27930, A-28003, 
A-28014 (Mar. 31, 1959), A-27810 (Jan. 16, 1959) 

Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
Judgment for defendant, Apr. 4, 



Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall, Civil No. 



3931-60 
1963; aff'd 
no petition 



per curiam dec, Feb. 7, 1964; 



2413-63. Dismissed, Oct. 2, 1967; no appeal. 

Duncan Miller , 70 I.D. 1 (1963) 

Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
931-63. Dismissed for lack of prosecution, 
Apr. 21, 1966; no appeal. 



Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall, Civil No. 



1642-64. Dismissed with prejudice, Aug. 13, 
1964; aff'd, Jan. 12, 1965; no petition. 



Duncan Miller, A-28528 et al. (Feb. 10, 1960) 



Duncan Miller, Samuel W. Mcintosh , 71 I.D. 121 
(1964) 

Samuel W. Mcintosh v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 1522-64. Judgment for defendant, June 29, 
1965; no appeal. 



Betty 



Lewis v. Stewart L. Udall, Civil No. 



3904-60. Judgment for defendant, June 23, 
1961; aff'd, 304 F.2d 944 (1962); no petition. 



Duncan Miller , A-29900 (Mar. 5, 1964), 
(Mar. 12, 1964) 



-30067 



Duncan Miller , A-28509 (Oct. 20, 1960) 

Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
187-61. Judgment for defendant, May 24, 1963; 
no appeal. 



Duncan Miller , A-28172 (Feb. 11, 1960), A-28267 
(June 8, 1960) 

Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
3932-60. Judgment for defendant, May 22, 
1963; aff'd, Feb. 7, 1964; no petition. 



Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
1642-64. Dismissed with prejudice, Aug. 13, 
1964; aff'd, Jan. 12, 1965; no petition. 



Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
689-64. Dismissed for failure to prosecute, 
July 6, 1966. 



Duncan Miller , A-30213 (Apr. 8, 1964), A-30192 
(Apr. 9, 1964), A-30212 (July 13, 1964) 

Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
1829-64. Judgment for defendant, Sept. 28, 
1965; no appeal. 



Duncan Miller , A-30122 (Sept. 23, 1964), A-30451 
(Nov. 17, 1965) 



Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
2543-64. Motion to amend granted, Feb. 15, 
1966; dismissed, Apr. 3, 1969; no appeal. 



Duncan Miller , A-28586, A- 28633, A-28671, A-28686 
(Jan. 25, 1961) 



Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
Judgment for defendant, Sept. 28, 



1268-61. 

1962; appeal dismissed (1963). 



Duncan Miller , A-30270 (May 5, 1965) 

Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
C-153-65, D. Utah. Judgment for defendant, 
Nov. 15, 1965; aff'd, 368 F.2d 548 (10th Cir. 
1966); no petition. 



lits for Judicial Review 



Duncan Miller , A-30434 (June 8, 1965) 

Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
9477, N.D. Cal. Judgment for defendant, 
June 27, 1966; no appeal. 



Duncan Miller , A-30393 (June 30, 1965) 



Duncan Miller , A-31087 (Feb. 4, 1970), A-31095 

(Feb. 2, 1970), A-31148 (Mar. 2, 1970), A-31159 
(Mar. 2, 1970) 

Duncan Miller v. Officers of the BLM & Dept. 
of the Interior , Civil No. 1393-70. Dismissed 
for failure to prosecute, Jan. 4, 1971; no 
appeal. 



Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
2384-65. Judgment for defendant, Oct. 12, 
1966; dismissed May 22, 1967; supp. complaint 
dismissed June 12, 1967; appeal dismissed 
Apr. 12, 1968; petition for mandamus denied, 
Oct. 14, 1968. 



Duncan Miller , A- 3051 7 (Apr. 28, 1966) 



Duncan Miller , 4 IBLA 274 (1972) 

Duncan Miller v. Adjudicative Officers of the 
U.S. Geological Survey, Tulsa, Okla. , & the 
Adjudicative Officers of the Bureau of Land 
Management , Civil No. 73-C-96, N.D. Okla. 
Dismissed with prejudice, Nov. 2, 1973; motion 
for rehearing denied , Nov. 14, 1973; appeal 
dismissed, Feb. 8, 1974. 



Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
5047, D. Wyo. Judgment for defendant, Aug. 11, 
1966; appeal dismissed, Sept. 14, 1967. 



Duncan Miller , 6 IBLA 283 (1972), 6 IBLA 507 (1972), 
7 IBLA 343 (1972) 



Duncan Miller, A- 30546 (Aug. 10, 1966), A- 30566 
(Aug. 11, 1966), & 73 I.D. 211 (1966) 

Duncan Miller v. Udall , Civil No. C-167-66, 
D. Utah. Dismissed with prejudice, Apr. 17, 
1967; no appeal. 



Duncan Miller v. Adjudicative Officers of 
the Bureau of Land Management, Dept. of the 
Interior , Civil No. 1757-72. Judgment for 
defendant, Feb. 7, 1973; motion to set aside 
judgment denied, Mar. 5, 1973. 



Duncan Miller , A-30570 (Aug. 3, 1966) 



Duncan Miller , 7 IBLA 343 (1972), 16 IBLA 24 (1974), 
16 IBLA 71 (1974), 16 IBLA 379 (1974) 



Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
A-139-66, D. Alas. Judgment for defendant, 
Mar. 13, 1967; motion for reconsideration 
denied , Sept. 19, 1967; no appeal. 



Duncan Miller v. Bureau of Land Management, 
Department of the Interior, Secretary of the 
Interior , Civil No. 74-1488. Dismissed, 
Dec. 4, 1974. 



Duncan Miller , A-29231 (Feb. 5, 1963) 

See Lucille S. West, Duncan Miller, et al. 



Duncan Miller v. Adjudicative Officers of the 
Billings Bureau of Land Management , Civil No. 
74-53-BLG, D. Mont. Dismissed, Oct. 31, 1974; 
motion to amend complaint denied, Dec. 18, 
1974. 



Duncan Miller , A-30669 (Nov. 8, 1966) 

Duncan Miller v. Director of the Bureau of 
Land Management , Civil No. 779, D. Mont. 
Judgment for defendant, Apr. 25, 1969; no 
appeal. 

Duncan Miller , A- 30628 (Nov. 16, 1966), A-30684 
(Jan. 19, 1967), A-30708 (Nov. 16, 1966), 
A-30797 (Sept. 12, 1967) 

Duncan Miller v. Secretary of the Interior & 
his officers , Civil No. 7334, D.N.M. Dis- 
missed with prejudice, Aug. 28, 1968; motion 
to set aside judgment denied, Sept. 24, 1968; 
motion for reconsideration denied, Nov. 4, 
1968. 



Duncan Miller, A- 30891 (Mar. 5, 1968) 

Duncan Miller v. Udall , Civil No. 745-68 
Dismissed with prejudice, Oct. 14, 1968; 
appeal. 



Duncan Miller v. Adjudicative Officers of the 
Billings Bureau of Land Management , Civil No. 
1146, D. Mont. Dismissed, June 29, 1973; 
appeal not pursued by plaintiff. 

Duncan Miller v. Officers of the Department of 
the Interior , Civil No. 76-48 BLG, D. Mont. 
Suit pending. 



Duncan Miller, 10 IBLA 27 (1973) 



Duncan Miller v. Administrative Officers of 



the Bureau of Land Management & Dept. of the 
Interior , Civil No. 1035-73. Dismissed, 
Oct. 30, 1973; motions for reconsideration 
denied respectively, Dec. 4, 1973, Jan. 4, 
1974, Apr. 5, 1974; appeal dismissed, & 
Aug. 27, 1975; motion for rehearing denied , 
Aug. 27, 1975; motion for reconsideration 
denied , Nov. 6, 1975; application for exten- 
sion of time to file writ of certiorari 
filed; no petition. 



Duncan Miller . A-30924 (Nov. 13, 
(Nov. 22, 1968), A-30966 (Oct. 
(Aug. 21, 1969) 



1968), A-30934 
29, 1968), A-31054 



Duncan Miller v. Secretary of the Interior , 
Civil No. 52-69. Amended complaint dismissed 
without prejudice, July 20, 1970; motion to 
reinstate case denied, Jan. 6, 1972; motion 
for reconsideration denied, Feb. 7, 1972. 



Duncan Miller , 12 IBLA 199, 201, 206 (1973), 

IBLA 73-319, 406, 407, 410, 411, 412, IBLA 74-12, 
16 (Order of dismissal dated July 17, 1973) 

Duncan Miller v. The Board of Land Appeals, 
Department of the Interior , Civil No. 1929-73. 
Dismissed, Feb. 15, 1974; appeal dismissed, 
Aug. 27, 1975; motion for rehearing denied , 
Aug. 27, 1975; motion for reconsideration 
denied , Nov. 6, 1975; application for exten- 
sion of time to file writ of certiorari filed; 
no petition. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Duncan Miller, 12 IBLA 201 (1973), 12 IBLA 206 



Monturah Co., 10 IBLA 347 (1973) 



Duncan Miller v. Admin. Officers, California 
Bureau of Land Management , Civil No. S-2471, 
D. Cal. Dismissed, June 25, 1973; motion for 
rehearing filed June 29, 1973. 



Duncan Miller , 15 IBLA 275 (1974), Order, May 13, 
1974 



Charles S. Pashayan, Lillie A. Pashayan, 
Charles S. Pashayan, Jr., & Suzanne Lillie 
Pashayan, Co-partners, d/b/a Monturah Co. v. 
Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary of the Interior , 
Civil No. 74-1083 (9th Cir.). Dismissed for 
lack of jurisdiction, Apr. 24, 1974; Civil No. 
F-74-5-Civ, E.D. Cal. Dismissed without prej- 
udice, Apr. 11, 1974. 



Duncan Miller v. Operating Officers of the 
Bureau of Land Management, The Department of 
the Interior, & The Hon. Secretary of the 
Interior (Nominal Defendant) , Civil No. 
74-1116. Dismissed, Oct. 22, 1974; no appeal. 



Duncan Miller , 19 IBLA 133 (1975), 19 IBLA 188 
(1975), 20 IBLA 1 (1975), 20 IBLA 9 (1975), 
20 IBLA 19 (1975), IBLA 75-379 (dismissed by 
order, Mar. 20, 1975), IBLA 75-365 (dismissed 
by order, Mar. 24, 1975) 



Bobby Lee Moore et al. , 72 I.D. 505 (1965) 

Anquita L. Kluenter et al. , A-30483 (Nov. 18, 
T9651 

Gary Carson Lewis, etc., et al. v. General 



Services Administration et al. , Civil No. 3253, 
S.D. Cal. Judgment for defendant, Apr. 12, 
1965; aff 'd, 377 F.2d 499 (9th Cir. 1967); no 
petition. 



Duncan Miller v. The Honorable Se cretaries of 
the Interior, etc 



Complaint dismissed, Aug. 
eration denied , Sept. 16, 



et al. , Civil No. 75-0905. 
8, 1975; reconsid- 
1975. 



Duncan Miller , 19 IBLA 133 (1975), 19 IBLA 188 
(1975), 20 IBLA 1 (1975), 20 IBLA 9 (1975), 
20 IBLA 19 (1975), 21 IBLA 50 (1975), 22 IBLA 
52 (1975), IBLA 75-379 (dismissed by order, 
Mar. 20, 1975), IBLA 75-365 (dismissed by order, 
Mar. 24, 1975), IBLA 75-251, 75-289, 75-326, 
75-327, 75-382, 75-426 (dismissed by orders, 
Apr. 30, 1975), IBLA 75-278 (dismissed by order, 
May 22, 1975) 
See also Evelyn R. Robertson 

Duncan Miller v. The Honorable Secre taries of 
the Interior, etc. 



al., Civil No. 75-2138. 



Henry S. Morgan et al. , 65 I.D. 369 (1958) 

Henry S. Morgan v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
3248-59. Judgment for defendant, Feb. 20, 
1961 (opinion); aff 'd, 306 F.2d 799 (1962); 
cert, denied, 371 U.S. 941 (1962). 



Morrison-Knudsen Co. , 64 I.D. 185 (1957) 

Morrison-Knudsen Co. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 
239-61. Remanded to Trial Comm'r, 345 F.2d 
833 (1965); Commr's report adverse to U.S. 
issued June 20, 1967; judgment for plaintiff, 
397 F.2d 826 (1968); part remanded to the 
Board of Contract Appeals; stipulated dismis- 
sal on Oct. 6, 1969; judgment for plaintiff, 
Feb. 17, 1970. 



Dismissed; appeal dismissed. 



John R. Mimick et al. , 25 IBLA 107 (1976) 

John R. Mimick, James W. Belmont, Thomas J. 
Lauvetz & Arthur J. Penney v . Thomas Kleppe, 
Individually & in his capacity as Secretary 
of the Interior , Civil No. 76-0-240, D. Neb. 
Dismissed without prejudice, Dec. 21, 1976. 

Mitchell Energy Corp. , 32 IBLA 244 (1977) 



Mildred A. Moss et al. , 28 IBLA 364 (1977), 
Reconsideration denied , Mar. 18, 1977 

Mildred A. Moss, Emily C. Biester, Donald E. 
Howell, Robert C. Pass & Thomas L. Williams 
v. Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary of the Interior, 
Arthur W. Zimmerman, State Director, Bureau 
of Land Management & Raul E. Martinez, Chief, 
Minerals Section, Bureau of Land Management 



Civil No. CIV 77-234 B, D.N.M 
defendant, Nov. 1, 1977; aff'd 



Judgment for 
Sept. 20, 1978. 



Mitchell Energy Corp. v. Cecil D. Andrus, 
Individually & as Secretary of the Interioi 
Civil No. 77-2165. Judgment for defendant, 
Nov. 30, 1978; no appeal. 



Glenn Munsey, Earnest Scott & Arnold Scott 
Smitty Baker Coal Co., 1 IBMA 208 (1972), 
43 (1977) 



H. D. Mollohan & Eagle Tail Ranch , A-29335 
(July 8, 1963) 



H. D. Mollohan et al. v. Warren J. Gray et al. 
Civil No. 4877 Phx. , D. Ariz. Judgment for 
defendant, Nov. 13, '967; aff'd, 413 F.2d 349 
(9th Cir. 1969); no j. tion. 



Glenn Munsey, Arnold Scott & Earnest Scott, 
Miners v. Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary of 
the Interior et al ■ , No. 72-2095, United 
States Court of Appeals for the District of 
Columbia Circuit. Vacated & remanded, 
507 F.2d 1202 (1974). 



Howard S. Mollring , A-29498 (July 26, 1963) 



Glenn Munsey v. Smitty Baker Coal Co., Ralph Baker, 
Smitty Baker, & P & P Coal Co. , 84 I.D. 336 (1977) 



Howard S. Mollring v. J. E. Keough et al. , 



Civil No. C-200-6 
defendant, Jan 



D. Utah. Judgment for 
1964; no appeal. 



Glenn Munsey v. Cecil D. Andrus , No. 77-1619, 
United States Ct. of Appeals, D.C. Cir. Suit 
pending. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Uniform Relocation Assistance Appeal of Numerous 
Navajo Persons Who Reside on Black Mesa in 
Arizona , 1 OHA 292 (197b) 

Buck Austin, Lilly, Jack & Billy Chief, 
Alta Rose Albert, Betty Crank, Manymule's 
Daughter »2, Steven & Kee Lake & Kee Begay v. 
Morris Thompson, Comm'r of Indian Affairs , 
Civil No. CIV- 76-41 8-PCT-CAM, D. Ariz. Judg- 
ment for defendant, Jan. 20, 1978; appeal 
filed Mar. 15, 1978. 



Appeal of North Star Aviation Corp. , IBCA-741 
(May 19, 1969) 

North Star Aviation Corp. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 
264-69. Commr's report adverse to U.S. issued 
Dec. 10, 1971; judgment for plaintiff, 458 F.2d 
64 (1972). 



Northwest Citizens for Wilderness Mining Co. 
33 IBLA 317 (1978) 



Navajo Tribe of Indians v. State of Utah , 80 I.D. 
441 (1973) 



Navajo Tribe of Indians v. Rogers C. B. Morton, 
Secretary of the Interior, Joan B. Thompson, 
Martin Ritvo & Frederick Fishman, members of 
the Board of Land Appeals, Dept. of the 
Interior , Civil No. C-308-73, D. Utah. Dis- 
missed with prejudice, Jan. 4, 1979. 



Northwest Citizens for Wilderness Mining Co. 
v. The Bureau of Land Management & Edna A. 
Haverland, Individ. & Chief, Branch of Records 
& Data Management, BLM , Civil No. 78-46-M, 
D. Mont. Suit pending. 



Richard L. Oelschlaeger , 67 I.D. 237 (1960) 



Richard L. Oelschlaeger v. Stewart L. Udall , 



New England Fish Co. , 42 IBLA 200 (1979) 
New England Fish Co. v. Robert E. 



Sorenson, Chief, Branch of Lands & 
Minerals Operations BLM, Alaska 
State Office, Department of the 
Interior , Civil No. A79-283 CIV, 
D. Alaska. Suit pending. 



New York State Natural Gas Corp. , A-28687 (July 19, 
1962) 

Jacob N. Wasserman v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 3207-62. Judgment for defendant, 234 F. 
Supp. 651 (1964); no appeal. 



Jess H. Nicholas, Jr., A-30065 (Oct. 13, 1964) 



Nicholas, Jr. 



Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. A-67-64, D. Alaska. Judgment for 
defendant, Sept. 17, 1965; aff'd, 385 F. 2d 
177 (9th Cir. 1967); no petition. 



Robert D. Nininger, Appellant, Paul C. Kohlman , 
Appellee , 16 IBLA 200 (1974) 

Robert D. Nininger v. Rogers C. B. Morton 



Kenneth J. Sire , Civil No. 74-1246. Defen- 
dant's motion for summary judgment granted, 
Mar. 20, 1975; no appeal. 



Leonard E. Noren , A-27583 (Sept. 13, 1960) 

Leonard E. Noren v. Walter E. Beck , Civil No. 
2139 ND, S.D. Cal. Judgment for defendant, 
199 F. Supp. 708 (1961). 



Civil No. 4181-60. Dismissed, Nov. 15, 1963; 
case reinstated, Feb. 19, 1964; remanded, 
Apr. 4, 1967; rev'd & remanded with directions 
to enter judgment for appellant, 389 F.2d 974 
(1968); cert, denied, 392 U.S. 909 (1968). 



Oil and Gas Leasing on Lands Withdrawn by Executive 
Orders for Indian Purposes in Alaska , 70 I.D. 166 
(1963) 

Mrs. Louise A. Pease v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 760-63, D. Alaska. Withdrawn 
Apr. 18, 1963. 

Superior Oil Co. v. Robert L. Bennett , Civil 
No. A-17-63, D. Alaska. Dismissed, Apr. 23, 
1963. 



Native Village of Tyonek v. Robert L. Bennett , 
Civil No. A-15-63, D. Alaska. Dismissed, 
Oct. 11, 1963. 



Mrs. Louise A. Pease v. Stewart L. Udall, 



Civil No. A-20-63, D. Alaska. Dismissed, 
Oct. 29, 1963 (oral opinion); aff'd, 332 F.2d 
62 (9th Cir. 1964); no petition. 

George L. Gucker v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. A-39-63, D. Alaska. Dismissed without 
prejudice, Mar. 2, 1964; no appeal. 



Oil Resources, Inc. , 28 IBLA 394; 84 I.D. 91 (1977) 
Oil Resources, Inc. v. Cecil D. Andrus, Sec- 



retary of the Interior , 
D. Utah. Suit pending. 



Civil No. C-77-0147, 



Leonard E. Noren v. Walter E. 



Beck , Civil No. 
laintiff, 



2347 ND, S.D. Cal. Judgment for 

Sept. 17, 1965; rev'd & remanded sub nom. 

Robert E. McCarthy, successor to Walter E. 



Beck v. Leonard E 
manded 



370 F.2d 845 (9th Cir 
denied, 387 U.S. 917 (1967). 



Noren et al., rev d & 

1966); cert. 



Estate of Rose Old Bear Wilson , 4 IBIA 62 (1975) 

James Harold Kindness & Sherman Wilson, Jr. v. 
Kent Frizzell, Acting Secretary, Department of 
the Interior , Civil No. 75-76-Blg, D. Mont. 
Judgment for defendant, Apr. 9, 1976. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Old Ben Coal Co. 
440 (1974) 



II I.D. 428, 81 I.D. 436, 81 I.D. 



Elizabeth Pagedas , 38 IBLA 130 (1978), On Recon- 
sideration, 40 IBLA 21 (1979) 



Old Ben Coal Corp. v. Interior Board of Mine 
Operations Appeals et al. , Nos. 74-1654, 
74-1655, 74-1656, United States Court of 
Appeals for the 7th Cir. Board's decision 
aff 'd, June 13, 1975; reconsideration denied , 
June 27, 1975. 



Elizabeth Pagedas, Athena Pagedas, Kap 
Bae, Anna Sarantos & Fred Engle, d/b/a 
Resource Service Co. v. Cecil D. Andrus, 



Secretary of the Interior & Wyo. State 
Office, Bureau of Land Management , Civil 
No. 79-2456. Suit pending. 



Old Ben Coal Co. , 82 I.D. 355 (1975) 

United Mine Workers of America v. U.S. 
Interior Board of Mine Operations Appeals , 
No. 75-1852, United States Court of Appeals, 
D.C. Circuit. Vacated & remanded with 
instructions to dismiss as moot, June 10, 
1977. 



Eugene C. Paine et al. , A-27632 (Aug. 21, 1958) 

Eugene C. Paine et al. v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 2607-58. Judgment for plaintiff, 
Sept. 24, 1959; vacated & remanded, Wright v. 
Seaton , Misc. 1403, Jan. 11, 1960. Judgment 
for plaintiff, May 4, 1960; rev'd & remanded, 
Feb. 23, 1961; Judgment for defendant, 
Mar. 20, 1961; no petition. 



Old Ben Coal Co. , 84 I.D. 459 (1977) 



United Mine Workers of America v. Cecil P. 
Andrus , No. 77-1840, United States Ct. of 
Cii 



Appeals, D.C. 



nt pending. 



Irene Mitchell Pallin , A-28766 (Sept. 21, 1962) 

Irene Mitchell Pallin v. U.S. & Edward Elmer 



Mitchell, Jr. , Civil No. 47552, N.D. Cal. 
Judgment for plaintiff, Dec. 16, 1970; rev'd, 
496 F.2d 27 (9th Cir. 1974); no petition. 



George Ondola , 17 IBLA 363 (1974) 
See Virginia Gail Atchison 



Susie Ondola , 17 IBLA 359 (1974) 
See Virginia Gail Atchison 



Pan American Petroleum Corp. 
19591 



IA-840 (Dec. 18, 



Pan American Petroleum Corp. v. Stewart L. 



Udall , Civil No. 960-60. Judgment for plain- 
tiff, 192 F. Supp. 626 (1961); subsequent 
administrative appeal & supplemental complaint 
filed; judgment for plaintiff, Feb. 16, 1966; 
no appeal. 



Joseph I. O'Neill, Jr. , A-30488 (Apr. 19, 1966), 
A-30488 (Supp.) (Dec. 7, 1966) 



Jack W. Parks v. L & M Coal Corp. , 83 I.D. 710 
(1976) 



Joseph I. O'Neill, Jr. v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 3556-SD-K, S.D. Cal. Remanded to 
the Dept. for clarification of Departmental 
decision, Aug. 12, 1966; order denying defen- 
dant's motion for summary judgment, without 
prejudice & remanding case for clarification 
of the affirmance of the Departmental decision, 
Mar. 8, 1967; no appeal; stipulated dismissal, 
Nov. 22, 1971. 



Jack W. Parks v. Thomas S. Kleppe , No. 76-2052, 
United States Ct. of Appeals, D.C. Cir. Volun- 
tary dismissal, May 4, 1977. 



Paul Jarvis, Inc. , 64 I.D. 285 (1957) 

Paul Jarvis, Inc. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 40-58. 
Stipulated judgment for plaintiff, Dec. 19, 
1958. 



Appeal of Ounalashka Corp. 
475 (1976) 



1 ANCAB 104; 83 I.D. 



Ounalashka Corp. , for & on behalf of its 
Shareholders v. Thomas Kleppe, Secretary of 
the Interior & his successors & predecessors 
in office, et al. , Civil No. A76-241 CIV, 
D. Alaska. Suit pending. 



Peabody Coal Co. , 34 IBLA 139 (1978), 36 IBLA 242 
(1978) 

Peabody Coal Co. v. Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary 
of the Interior, Guy Martin, Assistant Secre- 
tary, Land & Water Resources, Frank Gregg, Dir. 
Bureau of Land Management , Civil No. C78-161, 
D. Wyo. Judgment for plaintiff Sept. 19, 1979; 
no appeal. 



Oyate, Inc. et al. , IA-2629 

Oyate, Inc. a nonprofit South Dakota Corp. et 
B. Morton , Civil No. 687-73. 



al. v. Rogers C. 
Dismiss 



Jan. 7, 1974. 



Perry & Wallis, Inc. , IBCA-617 (July 16, 1968) 

Perry & Wallis, Inc. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. 365-68. 
Judgment for defendant, 427 F.2d 722 (1970). 



Estate of Pete-Goh-Deh-Dil (Joe Pete) , 
(June 7, 1966) 



Don & Winona Je 



IA-1322 



, Mabel George Gomez et 
al., Civil No. S-66-104, E.D. Cal. Dismissed 
with prejudice as to defendants Udall, Crow & 
Hall, May 22, 1969; dismissed with prejudice 
as to defendant Gomez, Sept. 1, 1970. 



Judicial Review 

Harold Ladd Pierce , 69 I.D. 14 (1962) 

Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
1351-62. Judgment for defendant, Aug. 2, 1962; 
aff 'd, 317 F.2d 573 (1963); no petition. 



Platte Valley Construction Co. , IBCA-168 (Aug. 28, 
1958) 



Peter Kiewit Sons' Co., 72 I.D. 415 (1965) 



George Stanek et al. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. 189-72. 
Compromised. 



Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. v. U. 



Ct. CI. 129-66. 



Judgment for plaintiff, May 24, 1968. 



Pocahontas Fuel Co., 83 I.D. 690 (1976) 



Curtis D. Peters, 80 I.D. 595 (1973) 



Curtis D. Peters v. U.S., Rogers C. B. Morton, 
as Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
C-75-0201 RFP, N.D. Cal. Judgment for defen- 
dant, Dec. 1, 1975; no appeal. 



Howard Mull ins v. Cecil D. Andrus , No. 77-1087, 
United States Ct. of Appeals, D.C. Cir. Suit 
pending. 



Pocahontas Fuel Co., 84 I.D. 489 (1977) 



Frederick T. Peters, et al . , 41 IBLA 262 (1979) 

Stewart Capital Corp., Cynthia S-H 
Bowers, Marvyn Carton, William Feick, Jr., 
Amey M. Harrison, Kenneth K. Kohrs, Phyllis 
Johnston, Barbara Michaels, Frederick T. 
Peters, R. J. Russette, Rharrc Associates, 
Donald Beck, Sherwin Gandee, Irwin Kramer & 
Joseph Fiato v. Raul Martinez, Chief, Mineral 
Sec, New Mexico State Office, BLM , Civil No. 
CIV-79-042C, D.N.M. Suit pending. 



Pocahontas Fuel Co., Div. of Consolidation 
Coal Co. v. Cecil D. Andrus, No. 77-2239, 



United States Ct. of Appeals, 4th Cir. Suit 
pending. 



John M. Pomeroy , A-28134 (Jan. 13, 1960) 

John M. Pomeroy v. Walter E. Beck , Civil No. 
8033, N.D. Cal. Dismissed by plaintiff, 
Aug. 15, 1961; no appeal. 



Blaine Peterson, A-28111 (Nov. 23, 1959) 



L. Robert Anderson v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 3953-60. Dismissed without prejudice, 
Nov. 13, 1961; no appeal. 



Port Blakely Mill Co. , 71 I.D. 217 (1964) 



Port Blakely Mill Co. 
W.D. Wash. Dismissed 
1964. 



r. U.S. , Civil No. 6205, 
rith prejudice, Dec. 7, 



Virgil V. Peterson & Hiko Bell Mining & Oil Co. 
37 IBLA 18 (1978) 



L. 0. Power et al 



22 IBLA 15 (1975) 



Virgil V. Peterson v. The Dept. of Interior & 
Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary of the Interior , 



Civil 



C 78-0463, D. Utah. Suit pending. 



Hiko Bell Mining & Oil Corp. v. Cecil D. 
Andrus, Secretary of the Interior, Guy Martin, 
Assistant Secretary, Land & Water Resources, & 
Frank Gregg, Dir., Bureau of Land Management , 
Civil No. C78-0465, D. Utah. Suit pending. 



Petroleum Ownership Map Co. 
1959) 



IBCA-110 (May 29, 



Petroleum Ownership Map Co. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. 
269-62. Judgment for plaintif f 77^89 F.2d 793 
(1968). 



City of Phoenix v. Alvin B. Reeves et al. 
65 (1974) 



Alvin B. Reeves, 


Genevieve 


C. 


Rippey, 


Leroy 


Reeves 


& Thelma 


Reeves, as 


he 


irs of A 


.. H. 


Reeves, 


Deceased 
of the In 


v. Rogers 


C. 


B. Morton, Sec- 


retary 


terior & The 


City of 


Phoenix, 



a municipal Corp. , Civil No. 74-117 PHX-WPC, 
D. Ariz. Dismissed with prejudice, Aug. 9, 
1974; reconsideration denied , Sept. 24, 1974; 
no appeal. 



L. 0. Power, Ellis J. & Lois Dover, & Noble 
Ribelin v. U.S. & Kent Frizzell, Acting Secre- 
tary of the Interior , Civil No. CIV 75-708 PHX 
WPC, D. Ariz. Suit pending. 



Property Management Co. , A-29144 (Aug. 19, 1963) 

Property Management Co. v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 64-28, D. Ore. Judgment for de- 
fendant, 255 F. Supp. 382 (1966); appeal 
dismissed, Oct. 13, 1966. See Linn Land Co. 
v. Udall. 



Nola Grace Ptasynski, Barbara C. Lisco , 19 IBLA 125 
(1975), 26 IBLA 340 (1966) (Supp.) 

Barbara C. Lisco 



Hathaway, 



The Honorable Stanley K. 
Secretary of the Interior, et al., 



Civil No. 75-281, D.N.M. Remanded to the 
Department, Apr. 3, 1976. 

Nola Grace Ptasynski v. The Honorable 
Stanley K. Hathaway, Secretary of the Interior , 
et al. , Civil No. 75-282, D.N.M. Remanded to 
the Department, Apr. 6, 1976; judgment for 
defendants, May 5, 1977. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



R. E. Puckett , A-30419 (Oct. 29, 1965) 

Robert E. Puckett v. Stewart L. Udall, Sec- 
retary of the Interior , Civil No. 2786-65. 
Dismissed without prejudice, Aug. 15, 1966. 



Estate of Crawford J. Reed (Unallotted Crow No. 
6412) , 1 IBIA 326; 79 I. P. 621 (1972) 

George Reed, Sr. v. Rogers Morton et al. , 
Civil No. 1105, D. Mont. Dismissed June 14, 
1973; no appeal. 



Estate of Henry Frank Racine , 7 IBIA 1 (1978) 

Martha Alfreda Racine Crawford et al. v. 
Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary of the Interior , 
Civil No. CV-78-8-6F, D. Mont. Dismissed 
July 13, 1979; appeal filed Sept. 4, 1979. 



Reichhold Energy Corp. , 40 IBLA 134 (1979) 

Reichhold Energy Corp. v. Cecil D. 
Andrus, Civil No. 79-1274. Suit pending. 



Ethel C. Radzewicz et al. , A-30866 (Jan. 29, 1968) 

Georgette B. Lee (Hall) v. Udall , Civil No. 
985-68. Judgment for defendant, Oct. 30, 
1969; dismissed, Nov. 17, 1970. 



Reliable Coal Corp., 1 IBMA 97; 79 I.D. 139 (1972) 



Rogers C. B. Morton, 



Reliable Coal Corp. 

Secretary of the Interior et al. , No. 72-1477, 

United States Court of Appeals, 4th Cir. 

Board's decision aff *d, 478 F.2d 257 (4th Cir. 

1973). 



Ram Petroleums, Inc. & Ramoco, Inc. , 37 IBLA 184 
(1978) 



Ram Petroleums, Inc. v. Cecil Andrus, 
Secretary of the Interior, Edward W. 
Stuebing & Douglas E. Henriques, Admin - 
istrative Judges of the IBLA , Civil No. 
R-79-0005, D. Nev. Rev'd, Oct. 24, 1979; 
appeal filed, Dec. 21, 1979. 

Ramoco, Inc. & Ram Petroleums, Inc. v. 
Cecil Andrus, Secretary of the Interior, 
Edward W. Stuebing & Douglas E. Henriques, 
Admin. Judges of IBLA & L. Pollick, Chief 
Minerals Sec, Utah State Office of BLM , 
Civil No. C-79-0007, D. Utah. Judgment for 
defendants, Nov. 14, 1979; appeal filed 
Jan. 10, 1980. 



Estate of John S. Ramsey (Wap Tose Note) (Nez Perce 
Allottee No. 853, Deceased), 81 I.D. 298 (1974) 



Republic Steel Corp. , 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 

Republic Steel Corp. v. Interior Board of Mine 
Operations Appeals , No. 76-1041, United States 
Ct. of Appeals, D.C. Cir. Rev'd & remanded, 
Feb. 22, 1978. 



Brown, Jr. & Co. , IBCA-356 (July 26, 1963) 

Robert G. Brown, Jr. et al. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. 
No. 373-63. Judgment for plaintiff, Apr. 6, 
1965; no appeal. 



Richfield Oil Corp. , 62 I.D. 269 (1955) 

Richfield Oil Corp. v. Fred A. Seaton , Civil 
No. 3820-55. Dismissed without prejudice, 
Mar. 6, 1958; no appeal. 



Clara Ramsey Scott v. U.S. & Rogers C. B. 



Morton, Secretary of the Interior, et al. 
Civil No. 3-74-39, D. Idaho. Dismissed with 
prejudice, Aug. 11, 1975; no appeal. 



Mark B. Ringstad et al., Inlet Oil Corp. et al., 
Robert L. Lawler et al. , A-31111, A-31115, 
A-31134, A-31118 (Mar. 17, 1970) 



Ray P. Bolander Co. , 72 I.D. 449 (1965) 

Ray P. Bolander Co. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. 51-66. 
Judgment for plaintiff, Dec. 13, 1968; subse- 
quent Contract Officer's dec, Dec. 3, 1969; 
interim dec, Dec 2, 1969; Order to Stay Pro- 
ceedings until Mar. 31, 1970; dismissed with 
prejudice, Aug. 3, 1970. 



Robert Lawler et al. v. Walter J. Hickel , 
Civil No. F-14-70, D. Alaska. 



Inlet Oil Corp. & Raymond J. Ellis v. Walter J. 
Hickel , Civil No. A-48-70, D. Alaska. Stipu- 
lated dismissal without prejudice, Aug. 11, 
1970. 



Actions consolidated, June 26, 1970. Judgment 
for defendant, Feb. 22, 1972; no appeal. 



Estate of Elgin Red Elk , IA-1230 (Nov. 13, 1964) 



Bert Taunah et al 
65-82, W.D. Okla. 
Apr. 27, 1967 



v. Stewart Udall, Civil No. 



Judgment for plaintiff, 
rev'd & remanded, 398 F.2d 795 
(10th Cir. 1968); no petition. 



Hugh S. Ritter, Thomas M. Bunn , 72 I.D. Ill (1965), 
reconsideration denied by letter decision dated 
June 23, 1967, by the Under Secretary. 

Thomas M. Bunn v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
2615-65. Remanded, June 28, 1966. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Estate of William Cecil Robedeaux , 1 IBIA 106, 

78 I.D. 234 (1971), 2 IBIA 33, 80 I.D. 390 (1973) 



tary of the Interior , Civil No. 75-1152. 
Judgment for defendant, July 29, 1976. 



Oneta Lamb Robedeaux et al. v. Rogers C. 
Morton , Civil No. 71-646, D. Okla. Disn 
Jan. 11, 1973. 



Frank Roybal, Jr. v. U.S. Steel Corp. , 7 IBMA 238 
(1977) 



Houston Bug Hill v. Rogers C. B. Morton , Civil 
No. 72-376, W.D. Okla. Judgment for plaintiff, 
Oct. 29, 1973; amended judgment for plaintiff, 
Nov. 12, 1973; appeal dismissed, June 28, 1974. 



Frank Roybal, Jr. v. Cecil P. Andrus , No. 
77-1307, United States Ct. of Appeals, D.C. 
Cir. Suit pending. 



Houston Bus Hill & Thunnan S. Hurst v. Rogers 
C. B. Morton, Secretary of the Interior , Civil 
No. 73-528-B, W.D. Okla. Judgment for plain- 
tiff, Apr. 30, 1975; corrected judgment, May 2, 
1975; per curiam dec. , vacated & remanded, 
Oct. 2, 1975; judgment for plaintiff, Dec. 1, 
1975. 



Edgar Rundle , A-29593 (Aug. 



2, 1963) 



Edgar Rundle v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
191-65. Judgment for defendant, Sept. 22, 
1965; aff'd, 379 F.2d 112 (1967); cert. 
denied, 389 U.S. 845 (1967). 



Evelyn R. Robertson et al., Duncan Miller , A-29251 
(Mar. 21, 1963) (see Duncan Miller , 20 IBLA 1 
(1975)) 

Duncan Miller v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
1066-63. Judgment for defendant, Mar. 13, 
1964; aff'd, 349 F.2d 193 (1965); cert , denied , 
385 U.S. 929 (1966); rehearing denied , 385 U.S. 
1021 (1966). 

W. C. Wells v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
A-37-63, D. Alaska. Dismissed with prejudice, 
Sept. 7, 1965; no appeal. 



Estate of James Running Horse , IA-1048 (May 26, 
1960) 

Mary Hit Him Running Horse v. Stewart L. 
Udall , Civil No. 2106-68. Judgment for plain- 
tiff, 211 F. Supp. 586 (1962); no appeal. 



Louise Safarik , A-28307 et_ al^ (Apr. 22, 1960) 

John J. King v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
3903-60. Judgment for defendant, June 23, 
1961; aff'd, 304 F.2d 944 (1962); no petition. 



Evelyn R. Robertson v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 1561-63. Judgment for defendant, Apr. 4, 
1964; aff'd, 349 F.2d 195 (1965); no petition. 



Estate of Clark Joseph Robinson , 
294 (1978) 



7 IBIA 74; 85 I.D. 



Rene Robinson, by & through her Guardian Ad 
Litem, Nancy Clifford v. Cecil Andrus, Sec- 
retary of the Interior, Gretchen Robinson & 
Trixi Lynn Robinson Harris , Civil No. 
CIV- 78-5097, D.S.D. Suit pending. 



Louise Safarik et al. , A-28562 et^ al_. (Jan. 26, 1961) 

Louise Safarik v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
1081-61. Judgment for defendant, June 23, 
1961; aff'd, 304 F.2d 944 (1962); cert , denied , 
371 U.S. 901 (1962). 



Samuel Gary v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
1202-61. Judgment for defendant, June 23, 
1961; aff'd, 304 F.2d 944 (1962); no petition. 



Rune E. S. Safve, 13 IBLA 212 (1973) 



George Rodda, Jr. 
(1978) 



27 IBLA 186 (1976), 37 IBLA 189 



Norman Lewis McBride, Assignor & George 
Rodda, Jr., Assignee v. Secretary of the 



Interior, Roy Maggart, an Individual, 



Eldon J. Fairbanks, an Individual, 



No. CIV 79-96 TUC-MAR, 
pending. 



Ariz. Su 



Civil 
it 



Rune E. S. Safve v. Secretary of the Interior, 
Interior Board of Land Appeals, Dir., Bureau 
of Land Management, State Dir., Alaska, Bureau 
of Land Mgmt ., Civil No. A-173-73 CIV, D. Alaska. 
Dismissed, Mar. 4, 1975; reinstated by court 
order, Apr. 9, 1975; remanded to the Bureau of 
Land Management for proceedings, Mar. 19, 1976. 



Louis Samuel et al. , 8 IBLA 268 (1972) 



Rosebud Coal Sales Co. , 37 IBLA 251; 85 I.D. 396 
(1978) 



Charles M. Goad v. U.S. & Rogers Morton, Sec - 
retary of the Interior , Civil No. 9948, D.N.M. 
Dismissed with prejudice, Jan. 16, 1974. 



Rosebud Coal Sales Co. v. Cecil D. Andrus, 



Secretary of the Interior, Frank Gregg, Direc- 
tor, Bureau of Land Management, & Maria B. 
Bohl, Chief, Land & Mining, Bureau of Land 
Management, Wyo. , Civil No. C78-261, D. Wyo. 



Judgment for plaintiff, 
appeal. 



Oct. 17, 1979. 



Richard W. Rowe, Daniel Gaudiane , 82 I.D. 174 
(1975) 



Richard W. Rowe, Daniel Gaudiane v. Stanley K. 
Hathaway, in his official capacity as Secre- 



Joseph & Jean Maisano v. Rogers C. B. Morton, 



Secretary of the Interior, Bureau of Land 
Mgmt., & Board of Land Appeals , Civil No. 
39720, E.D. Mich. Dismissed, Oct. 12, 1973 
(opinion); no appeal. 

Gordon W. & Alleyne J. Laatz v. Rogers C. B. 
Morton et al. , Civil No. 03266, E.D. Mich. 
Dismissed, Feb. 20, 1975 (opinion). 

Louis Samuel v. Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary 
of the Interior , Civil No. CV-74-1112-EC, CD. 
Cal. Dismissed with prejudice, Aug. 26, 1974; 
no appeal. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



San Carlos Mineral Strip , 69 I.D. 195 (1962) 
James Houston Bowman v. Stewart L. Udall. 



Civil No. 105-63. Judgment for defendant, 
243 F. Supp. 672 (1965); aff'd, sub nom. 
S. Jack Hinton et al. v. Stewart L. Udall, 
364 F.2d 676 (1966); cert , denied , 385 U.S. 
878 (1966); supplemented by M-36767, Nov. 1, 
1967. 



Charles Schraier, Robert Schulein, et al. , A-30814, 
A-30816 (Nov. 21, 1967) 



Charles Schraier v. Stewart L. Udall, Sec 
retarjr of the Interior 



Civil No. 427-68. 
Oct. 31, 1968; aff'd, 



Judgment for defendant 

419 F.2d 663 (1969); petition for rehearing 

en banc denied, Oct. 8, 1969; no petition. 



B. F. Sandoval, Jr., A-29975 (June 12, 1964) 



B. F. Sandoval, Jr. v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 5779, D.N.M. Judgment for plaintiff, 
May 11, 1965; appeal dismissed Jan. 12, 1966; 
order vacating prior judgment issued Jan. 28, 
1966. 



Joseph M. Schuck , A-28603 (Aug. 16, 1961) 

Joseph M. Schuck v. Secretary of the Interior , 
No. 16,682. Petition for review dismissed, 
Dec. 15, 1961; no appeal. 

Joseph M. Schuck v. Secretary of the Interior , 
Civil No. 1402 Tuc. , D. Ariz. Complaint dis- 
missed, Jan. 30, 1962; no appeal. 



Santa Fe Sand & Gravel Co. , A-30657 (Apr. 25, 1967) 

Santa Fe Sand & Gravel Co. v. Boyd L. 
Rasmussen et al. , Civil No. 7135, D.N.M. 
Summary judgment for defendant, May 28, 1968; 
no appeal. 



Kenneth F. Santor , 13 IBLA 208 (1973) 

Kenneth F. Sant or v. Rogers C. B. Morton, 



individually & as Secretary of the Interior, 
Daniel P. Baker, individually & as Dir. for 
the State of Wyo. , Bureau of Land Mgmt., & 
Glenna M. Lane, individually & as Chief, O&G 
Section, Land Ofc, Wyo. , Civil No. 5949, 
D. Wyo. Dismissed, Nov. 15, 1974 (opinion); 
no appeal. 



John W. Savage , 6 IBLA 253 (1972) 

Amerada Hess Corp., Louisiana Land & Explora- 
tion Co., & Oil Shale Corp. v. Rogers C. B. 



Morton , Civil No. C-4361, D. Colo. Order 
holding matter in abeyance until 60 days after 
all appeals are completed in Oil Shale Corp. , 
supra, filed June 3, 1974. 



Casper Joseph Schmand, Attorney in fact for Mike 
Swab , A-29451 (Aug. 19, 1963) 



Joseph M. Schuck v. Roy T. Helmandollar , Civil 
No. 1402 Tuc, D. Ariz. Judgment for defen- 
dant, Mar. 19, 1962; no appeal. 



Seal 


and 


Co 


, 68 I 


D. 94 


(1961) 








Seal 
for 


& Co. v. 
plaintiff 


U.S., 
Jan. 


Ct. 
31, 


CI. 
1964 


274- 
; no 


62. Judgment 
appeal. 



Administrative Appeal of Sessions, Inc. (A Cal. 
Corp. ) v. Vyola Olinger Ortner (Lessor), Lease 
No. PSL-33, Joseph Patrick Patencio (Lessor), 
Lease No. PSL-36, Larry Olinger (Lessor), Lease 
No. PSL-41 , 81 I.D. 651 (1974) 

Sessions, Inc. v. Rogers C. B. Morton, 
Secretary of the Interior, et al. , Civil No. 
CV 74-3589 LTL, CD. Cal. Dismissed with 
prejudice, Jan. 26, 1976. 

Sessions , Inc. v. Rogers C. B. Morton, 
Secretary of the Interior, et al. , Civil No. 
CV 74-3591 MML, CD. Cal. Dismissed with 
prejudice, Jan. 26, 1976. 



Sessions, Inc. v. Rogers C. 



Morton, 



Secretary of the Interior, et al. , Civil No. 
CV 74-3590 FW, CD. Cal. Dismissed with 
prejudice, Jan. 26, 1976. 



Casper Joseph Schmand v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 63-484, D. Ore. Judgment for de- 
fendant, 255 F. Supp. 382 (1966); appeal 
dismissed, Oct. 13, 1966. See Linn Land Co. 
v. Udall. 



Ann D. Schmidt , A-28349 (July 28, 1960) 



John J. Sexton, 15 IBLA 69 (1974), 20 IBLA 187 (on 



reconsideration) 



John J. Sexton v. U.S. 



Rogers 



C. B. Morton 



as the Secretary of the Interior, et al. , 
Civil No. F-74-6, D. Alaska. Dismissed, 
Jan. 5. 1977. 



Ann D. Schmidt v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
3912-60. Judgment for defendant, Apr. 11, 
1961; no appeal. 



Betty Mae Schober & John L. Richardson , A-29430 
(Jan. 8, 1964). Reconsidera tion denied, Mar. 6, 
1964. 



John L. Richardson v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 3975, D. Idaho. Remanded, 253 F. Supp. 72 
(1966) ; no appeal. 



D. Sexton et al 



9 IBLA 316 (1973), R. C. 
IBLA 266 (1972), R. C. Bailey & 



Bailey et al 

C. Burglin , 10 IBLA 281 (1973), Helen S. Bailey 

& C. Burglin , 11 IBLA 51 (1973), Earnest G. & 

Dora A. Carter, C. Burglin, Michael F. Scanlan, 
C. Burglin , 12 IBLA 181 (1973) 



C. Burglin & William D. Sexton v. Rogers C. B. 
Morton et al. , Civil No. F-9-73, D. Alaska. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



C. Burglin & 



Morton, et al. 



C. Bailey v. U.S., Rogers C. B. 
Civil No. F-15-73, D. Alaska. 



C. Burglin & Helen Bailey v. U.S., Rogers C. I 
Morton, et al. , Civil No. F-19-73, D. Alaska. 

C. Burglin, Earnest G. Carter, Dora A. Carter, 



& Michael F. Scania 



Rogers C. B. 



Morton, Secretary of the Interior, et al. 
Civil No. F-21-73, D. Alaska. 



Actions consolidated by order dated July 23, 
1974. Judgment for defendant, Aug. 5, 1974; 
aff'd, 527 F.2d 486 (9th Cir. 1976); cert. 
denied, 425 U.S. 973 (1976). 



Steve Shapiro v. Bishop Coal Co. , 83 I.D. 59 (1976) 



Bishop Coal Co. v. Thomas S. Kleppe , No. 
76-1368, United States Ct. of Appeals, 
4th Cir. Suit pending. 



States Ct. of Appeals, 4th Cir. Vacated with- 
out prejudice to plaintiff's rights, 529 F.2d 
601 (4th Cir. 1975). 



Skelly Oil Co. , 16 IBLA 264 (1974) 

Skelly Oil Co. v. Rogers C. B. Morton, Secre- 
tary of the Interior, et al. , Civil No. 74-411, 
D.N.M. Judgment for plaintiff, Aug. 7, 1975 
(opinion); no appeal. 



Dorothy Smith, Keith C. Hayes , 44 IBLA 25 (1979) 

Karen Hayes, Administratrix of the Estate 
of Keith C. Hayes, Deceased; Dorothy Smith 
v. Cecil Andrus, Secretary of the Interior , 



Civil No. C-LV-79-369-HEC, 
pending. 



D. Nev. Suit 



John W. Shaw, A-29143 (Apr. 5, 1963) 



John W. Shaw v. Stewart L. Udall, Secretary 
of the Interior , Civil No. 63-602, D. Ore. 
Aff'd, 264 F. Supp. 390 (1967); appeal 
docketed Mar. 13, 1967; appeal dismissed. 



Eldon L. Smith , A-30944 (Oct. 15, 1968) 

Eldon L. Smith v. Walter J. Hickel, Civil No. 



69-245, D. Ariz. 
Feb. 3, 1970. 



Judgment for defendant, 



:s W. Smith, 34 IBLA 146 (1978) 



James W. Smith v. U.S., Cecil Andrus. 



Michael Shearn , 24 IBLA 259 (1976) 

Michael Shern v. Thomas S. Kleppe, Secretary 
of the Interior & Arthur W. Zimmerman, Direc- 
tor of the New Mexico State Office of the 
Bureau of Land Management , Civil No. 
CIV-76-338-P, D.N.M. Judgment for defendant, 
Feb. 22, 1977; aff'd, Sept. 17, 1977. 



Shell Oil Co. , A-30575 (Oct. 31, 1966), Chargeabil- 
ity of Acreage Embraced in Oil & Gas Lease Offers, 



Secretary of the Interior, Frank Gregg, 
Dir. BLM, Edward L. Hastey, as Cal. 
State Dir., BLM , Civil No. 79-0042-E, 
S.D. Cal. Suit pending. 



L. B. Smith et al. , A-30447 (Oct. 29, 1965) 

Charles J. Babington v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 3048-65. Dismissed without preju- 
dice for failure of prosecution, May 1, 1967; 
no appeal. 



71 I.D. 337 (1964) 



lellOilCo. v. Udall, Civil No. 216-67. 



Stipulated dismissal Aug. 19, 1968. 



Estate of Albin (Alvin) She 



nany , 



7 IBIA 70 (1978) 



Edward, Clara & Alice Longhat v. Cecil Andrus, 
Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. CIV 
78-0929-D, W.D. Okla. Judgment for defendant, 
Dec. 31, 1979; appeal filed Jan. 21, 1980. 



Stanley C. Soho , A-28135 (Aug. 19, 1959), A-28135 
Supp. (July 17, 1961), Supplemented by decision 
dated Feb. 1, 1963, by Director, Bureau of Land 
Management, approved by the Secretary Mar. 18, 
1963 

Robert V. Ferry & Irving Baker v. Stewart L. 



Udall , Civil No. 1648 Tuc. , D. Ariz. Judgment 
for defendant, Sept. 3, 1963; aff'd, 336 F.2d 
706 (9th Cir. 1964); cert, denied , 381 U.S. 
904 (1965). 



Sinclair Oil & Gas Co. , 75 I.D. 155 (1968) 

Sinclair Oil & Gas Co. v. Stewart L. Udall, 
Secretary of the Interior, et al. , Civil No. 
5277, D. Wyo. Judgment for defendant, sub 
nom. Atlantic Richfield Co. v. Walter J. 
Hickel , 303 F. Supp. 724 (1969); aff'd, 
432 F.2d 587 (10th Cir. 1970); no petition. 



Stanley C. Soho et al. , A-28175 (Apr. 11, 1960) 

Albert Meeks v. E. I. Rowland, Civil No. 

3461-Phx. , D. Ariz. Case dismissed, Jan. 17, 
1961; no appeal. 



Charles T. Sink , 82 I.D. 535 (1975) 



Thomas S. Kleppe, Secretary 



Charles T. Sink 

of the Interior - Mining Enforcement & Safety 

Administration (MESA) , No. 75-1292, United 



Walter M. Sorensen , 32 IBLA 345 (1977) 

W alter M. Sorensen v. Cecil D. Andrus, Secre- 
tary of the Interior, & Daniel P. Baker, State 
Director, Bureau of Land Management , Civil No. 
C77-250, D. Wyo. Aff'd, Sept. 12, 1978. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Southern Pacific Co. , 76 I.D. 1 (1969) 

Southern Pacific Co. v. Walter J. Hickel, 



Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. S-1274, 
D. Cal. Judgment for defendant, Dec. 2, 1970 
(opinion); no appeal. 



Judgment for defendant, Mar. 20, 1974; rev'd 
& remanded, 529 F.2d 1101 (9th Cir. 1976). 



Ross Stegman , A-30812 (Nov. 21, 1967), U.S. v. 
Adrian Edwards, 9 IBLA 197 (1973) 



Southern Pacific Co., Louis G. Wedekind , 7 7 I.D. 
177 (1970), 20 IBLA 365 (1975) 



George C. Laden, Louis Wedekind, Mrs. Vern 
Lear, Mrs. Arda Fritz, & Helen Laden Wagner, 
heirs of George H. Wedekind, Deceased v. 
Rogers C. B. Morton et al. , Civil No. R-2858, 
D. Nev. On June 20, 1974, remanded for fur- 
ther agency proceedings as originally ordered 
in 77 I.D. 177; Dist. Ct. reserves jurisdic- 
tion; supplemental complaint filed, Aug. 1, 
1975; judgment for defendant, Nov. 29, 1976; 
appeal filed Jan. 27, 1977. 



ss Stegman v. Stewart 



Udall , Civil No. 
Remanded to Hearing 



6953 Phx. , D. Ariz 

Examiner for taking of further evidence, 

Dec. 12, 1969. 

Adrian Edwards, Trustee for Ross Stegman, & 
real party in interest v. Rogers C. B. Morton, 



of the Interior, Civil No. 74-58- 



PCT-CAM, D. Ariz. Judgment for plaintiff, 
Sept. 10, 1975; rev'd, Oct. 26, 1978. 



Billy Stewart , N.M. 4200, etc. 
Secretary, May 2, 1969. 



approved by the 



D. L. 



Southport Land & Commercial Co. 
(Jan. 15, 1964) 



Southport Land & Commercial Co. v. Stewart L. 
Udall et al. , Civil No. 42385, N.D. Cal. Dis- 
missed as to defendant Stewart Udall, 244 F. 
Supp. 172 (1965); aff'd, 371 F.2d 526 (9th Cir. 
1967); no petition. 



Hannifin v. Walter J. 
D.N.M. 



Hickel et al . 



Civil No. 8074, D.N.M. Judgment for defendant, 
Jan. 6, 1970; remanded, May 25, 1970; judgment 
for defendant, May 28, 1970; aff'd, 444 F.2d 
200 (10th Cir. 1971); no petition. 



Joe Stewart, 33 IBLA 225 (1977) 



Southwest Welding & Manufacturing Division, Yuba 
Consolidated Industries, Inc. , 69 I.D. 173 (1962) 

Southwest Welding v. U.S. , Civil No. 
68-1658-CC, CD. Cal. Judgment for plaintiff, 
Jan. 14, 1970; appeal dismissed, Apr. 6, 1970. 



Southwestern Petroleum Corp. et al. , 71 I.D. 206 
(1964) 



Joe Stewart v. Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary of 
the Interior , Civil No. 78-1038, D. Idaho. 
Suit pending. 



Elaine S. Stickelman , 9 IBLA 327 (1973) 

Elaine S. Stickelman v. U.S. & Dept. of the 
Interior, et al. , Civil No. LV-2112, D. Nev. 
Judgment for defendant Aug. 29, 1975; amended 
order judgment for defendant, Sept. 4, 1975. 



Southwestern Petroleum Corp. v. Stewart L. 
Udall , Civil No. 5773, D.N.M. Judgment for 
defendant, Mar. 8, 1965; aff'd, 361 F.2d 650 
(10th Cir. 1966); no petition. 



Standard Oil Co. of California et al. , 76 I.D. 271 
(1969) 



Omar Stratman , 16 IBLA 222 (1974) 

Omar Stratman v. The Department of the 
Interior, Bureau of Land Management , Civil No. 
A74-103, D. Alaska. Remanded to the Department, 
May 6, 1976; appeal filed, June 30, 1976. 



Standard Oil Co. of California v. Walter J. 
Hickel et al. , Civil No. A-159-69, D. Alaska. 
Judgment for plaintiff, 317 F. Supp. 1192 
(1970); aff'd, sub nom . Standard Oil Co. of 
Cal. v. Rogers C. B. Morton et al. , 450 F.2d 
493 (9th Cir. 1971); no petition. 



Standard Oil Co. of Texas, 71 I.D. 257 (1964) 



Florence Emily Tagala v. Amanda Nellie Ruth Price , 
A-30715 (Nov. 10, 1966), Florence Emily Tagala t, 
Norman C. Gorsuch, Special Administrator of the 
Estate of Amanda Price , A-31241 (Jan. 9, 1970) 

Amanda Price v. Udall , Civil No. 33-67, D. 
Alaska. Judgment for plaintiff, 280 F. Supp. 
393 (1968); remanded to Bureau of Land Man- 
agement, 411 F.2d 589 (9th Cir. 1969); no 
petition. 



California Oil Co. v. Secretary of the 
Interior , Civil No. 5729, D.N.M. Judgment 
for plaintiff, Jan. 21, 1965; no appeal. 



James K. Tallman , 68 I.D. 256 (1961) 



Starling Brokers et al. , 6 IBLA 237 (1972) 

Hillin L. Arnold et al. v. Rogers C. B. Morton 
et al. , Civil No. A-157-72 Civ., D. Alaska. 



James K. Tallman et al. v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 1852-62. Judgment for defendant, 
Nov. 1, 1962 (opinion); rev'd, 324 F.2d 411 
(1963); cert, granted , 376 U.S. 961 (1964); 
Dist. Ct. aff'd, 380 U.S. 1 (1965); rehearing 
denied, 380 U.S. 989 (1965). 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Texaco, Inc., 75 I.D. 8 (1968) 



E. B. Todhunter, A-28197 (May 23, 1960) 



Texaco Inc., a Corp. v. Secretary of the 
Interior , Civil No. 446-68. Judgment for 
plaintiff, 295 F. Supp. 1297 (1969); aff'd 
in part & remanded, 437 F.2d 636 (1970); 
aff'd in part & remanded, July 19, 1972. 



Victoria L. Cuccia v. Stewart 



No. 3921-60. Judgment for defendant 
1963; no appeal. 



L. Udall , Civil 

Sept. 17, 



Texas Construction Co. , 64 I.D. 97 (1957), recon- 
sideration denied , IBCA-73 (June 18, 1957) 

Texas Construction Co. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 
224-58. Stipulated judgment for plaintiff, 
Dec. 14, 1961. 



Appeal of Toke Cleaners , 81 I.D. 258 (1974) 

Thorn Properties, Inc., d/b/a Toke Cleaners & 
Launderers v. U.S., Department of the Interior, 



B ureau of Indian Affairs , Civil No. A3-74-99, 
N.D. Stipulation for dismissal & order dis- 



missing case, June 16, 1975. 



Estate of Tim Tieyah , 7 IBIA 234, Oct. 17, 1979 



Estate of Phillip Tooisgah , 4 IBIA 189; 82 I.D. 541 
(19751 



Marie Tieyan Carr v. Cecil Andrus, Secre- 
tary of the Interior , Civil No. CIV 
79-1300-D, D. Okla. Suit pending. 



Jonathan Morris & Velma Tooisgah v. Thomas S. 
Kleppe, Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
CIV-76-0037-D, W.D. Okla. Suit pending. 



Albert Thomas et ux. (Contestees) 



DeVilbiss et ux. (Contestees), 10 IBLA 56 (1973) 



Albert & Ellora The 



Rogers C. B. Morton, 



)f the Interior, et al., Civil No. 



74-139-TUC-WCF, D. Ariz. Judgment for defen- 
dant, 408 F. Supp. 1361 (1976); aff'd, 
552 F.2d 871 (9th Cir. 1977). 



Tree Land Nursery, Inc. , IBCA-436 (Oct. 31, 1966) 

Tree Land Nursery, Inc. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. 
238-67. Judgment for plaintiff, May 13, 1969. 



Tyee Construction Co. 
1958) 



IBCA-112 & 113 (Apr. 30, 



Estate of John Thomas, Deceased Cayuse Allottee No. 
223 & Estate of Joseph Thomas, Deceased, Umatilla 
Allottee No. 877 , 64 I.D. 401 (1957) 

Joe Hayes v. Fred A. Seaton, Secretary of the 
Interior , Civil No. 859-581. Judgment for 
defendant, Sept. 18, 1958; aff'd, 270 F.2d 319 
(1959); cert, denied , 364 U.S. 814 (1960); 
rehearing denied , 364 U.S. 906 (1960). 



Tyee Construction Co. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 
312-60. Judgment for defendant, June 1, 1962; 
no appeal. 



Union Oil Co. Bid on Tract 228, Brazos Area, Texas 
Offshore Sale , 75 I.D. 147 (1968), 76 I.D. 69 
(1969) 

The Superior Oil Co. et al. v. Stewart L. 
Udall , Civil No. 1521-68. Judgment for plain- 
tiff, July 29, 1968, modified, July 31, 1968; 
aff'd, 409 F.2d 1115 (1969); dismissed as moot, 
June 4, 1969; no petition. 



Inc. , 70 I.D. 134 



Thor-Westcliffe Developmer 
(1963) 

Thor-Westcliffe Development, Inc. v. Stewart L. 
Udall , Civil No. 5343, D.N.M. Dismissed with 
prejudice, June 25, 1963. 



Union Oil Co. of California , 71 I.D. 287 (1964) 

Union Oil Co. of California v. Stewart L. Udall, 



Civil No. 2595-64. Judgment for defendant, 
Dec. 27, 1965; no appeal. 



Thor-Westcliffe Development, Inc. v. Stewart L. 
Udall et al. , Civil No. 2406-61. Judgment for 
defendant, Mar. 22, 1962; aff'd, 314 F.2d 257 
(1963); cert, denied, 373 U.S. 951 (1963). 



Richard K. Todd 



Bert F. Duesi 



I.D. 291 (1961) 



Udall , Civil No. 
1962 



290-62. Judgment for defendant, July 17, 
(oral opinion); aff'd, 350 F.2d 748 (1965) 
cert, denied, 383 U.S. 912 (1966). 



Atwood et al. 



Stewart L. Udall, Civil Nos. 



293-62 - 299-62, incl. Judgment for defendant, 
Aug. 2, 1962; aff'd, 350 F. 2d 748 (1965); no 
petition. 



Union Oil Co. of California et 
(1964), 72 I.D. 313 (1965) 



71 I.D. 169 



Penelope Chase Brown et al. v. Stewart Udall , 
Civil No. 9202, D. Colo. Judgment for plain- 
tiff, 261 F. Supp. 954 (1966); aff'd, 406 F.2d 
759 (10th Cir. 1969); cert, granted , 396 U.S. 
817 (1969); rev'd & remanded, 400 U.S. 48 
(1970); remanded to Dist. Ct., Mar. 12, 1971; 
judgment for plaintiff, 370 F. Supp. 108 
(1973); vacated & remanded, Sept. 22, 1975; 
petition for rehearing en banc denied; cert, 
denied , June 21, 1976; remanded to the Dept. 
for further proceedings, Jan. 17, 1977. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Equity Oil Co. v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
9462, D. Colo. Order to Close Files and Stay 
Proceedings, Mar. 25, 1967. 



Supp. 481 (1966); aff'd, 379 F.2d 635 
(10th Cir. 1967); cert, denied , 389 U.S. 
985 (1967). 



Gabbs Exploration Co. v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 9464, D. Colo. Order to Close Files 
and Stay Proceedings, Mar. 25, 1967. 



United Mine Workers of America v. 
83 I.D. 87 (1976) 



Inland Steel Co. 



Harlan H. Hugg et al. v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 9252, D. Colo. Order to Close Files 
and Stay Proceedings, Mar. 25, 1967. 

Barnette T. Napier et al. v. Secretary of the 
Interior , Civil No. 8691, D. Colo. Judgment 
for plaintiff, 261 F. Supp. 954 (1966); aff'd, 
406 F.2d 759 (10th Cir. 1969); cert, granted , 
396 U.S. 817 (1969); rev'd & remanded, 400 U.S. 
48 (1970); remanded to Dist. Ct. , Mar. 12, 
1971; judgment for plaintiff, 370 F. Supp. 108 
(1973); vacated & remanded, Sept. 22, 1975; 
petition for rehearing en banc denied; cert, 
denied , June 21, 1976; remanded to the Dept. 
for further proceedings, Jan. 17, 1977. 

John W. Savage v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
9458, D. Colo. Order to Close Files and Stay 
Proceedings, Mar. 25, 1967. 

The Oil Shale Corp. et al. v. Secretary of the 
Interior , Civil No. 8680, D. Colo. Judgment 
for plaintiff, 261 F. Supp 954 (1966); aff'd, 
406 F.2d 759 (10th Cir. 1969); cert, granted , 
396 U.S. 817 (1969); rev'd & remanded, 400 U.S. 
48 (1970); remanded to Dist. Ct. , Mar. 12, 
1971; judgment for plaintiff, 370 F. Supp. 108 
(1973); vacated & remanded, Sept. 22, 1975; 
petition for rehearing en banc denied; cert, 
denied , June 21, 1976; remanded to the Dept. 
for further proceedings, Jan. 17, 1977. 

The Oil Shale Corp. et al . v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 9465, D. Colo. Order to Close Files 
& Stay Proceedings, Mar. 25, 1967. 

Joseph B. Umpleby et al. v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 8685, D. Colo. Judgment for plain- 
tiff, 261 F. Supp. 954 (1966); aff'd, 406 F.2d 
759 (10th Cir. 1969); cert, granted , 396 U.S. 
817 (1969); rev'd & remanded" 400 U.S. 48 
(1970); remanded to Dist. Ct. , Mar. 12, 1971; 
judgment for plaintiff, 370 F. Supp. 108 
(1973); vacated & remanded, Sept. 22, 1975; 
petition for rehearing en banc denied; cert, 
denied , June 21, 1976; remanded to the Dept. 
for further proceedings, Jan. 17, 1977. 

Union Oil Co. of California, a Corp. v. 
Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 9461, D. Colo. 
Order to Close Files & Stay Proceedings, 
Mar. 25, 1967. 



United Mine Workers of 



Thomas 



Kleppe , No. 76-1377, United States Ct. of 
Appeals, 7th Cir. Board's decision aff'd, 
561 F.2d 1258 (7th Cir. 1977). 



United Mine Workers of America, Local Union No. 
1993 v. Consolidation Coal Co., 84 I.D. 254 



Local Union No. 1993, United Mine Workers 
of America v. Cecil D. Andrus , No. 77-1582, 
United States Ct. of Appeals, D.C. Cir. St 
pending. 



■S. v. Alonzo A. Adams et al. , 64 I.D. 221 (1957), 
A-27364 (July 1, 1957) 



Alonzo A. Ad£ 



il. v. Paul B. Witmer et 



al. , Civil No. 1222-57-Y, S.D. Cal. Complaint 
dismissed, Nov. 27, 1957 (opinion); rev'd & 
remanded, 271 F.2d 29 (9th Cir. 1958); on 
rehearing, appeal dismissed as to Witmer; 
petition for rehearing by Berriman denied, 
271 F.2d 37 (9th Cir. 1959) 

U.S. v. Alonzo Adams , Civil No. 187-60-WM, 
S.D. Cal. Judgment for plaintiff, Jan. 29, 
1962 (opinion); judgment modified, 318 F.2d 
861 (9th Cir. 1963); no petition. 



Alexander, 17 IBLA 421 



U.S. v. Ken & Kenneth D. 
(1974) 



Ken & Kenneth D. Alexander v. The Secretary 
of the Interior , Civil No. 75-465, D. Ore. 
Judgment for defendant, July 5, 1978. 



U.S. v. A. F. Anderson et al. , 15 IBLA 123 (1974) 

A. F. Anderson, Wilton Dale, William F. Mackey, 
Arthur Roberts, Kenneth Roberts, Hugh Scott, 
Ester De8marais, Louis P. Desmarais, Ernest L. 
Morton, Secre- 



Meunier, et al. v. Rogers C. 



tary of the Interior & The Board of Land 
Appeals , Civil No. C74-151, D. Wyo. Judgment 
for defendant, Nov. 7, 1975. 



Union Oil Co. of California, Ramon P. Colvert , 
65 I.D. 245 (1958) 



Union Oil Co. of California v. Stewart L. 

Udall , Civil No. 3042-58. Judgment for 

defendant, May 2, 1960 (opinion); aff'd, 



289 F.2d 790 (1961); no petition. 



Consolidated with Walter H. Burkhardt et al . \ 
Rogers C. B. Morton et al. , Civil No. C74-152, 
D. Wyo. , for purposes of appeal by order of 
Nov. 19, 1975; dismissed, Nov. 28, 1975. 



Arizona Exploration Co. et al. , A-28876 



[June 22, 1962) 



Union Pacific R.R. , 72 I.D. 76 (1965) 

The State of Wyoming & Gulf Oil Corp. v. 
Stewart L. Udall, etc. , Civil No. 4913, 
D. Wyo. Dismissed with prejudice, 255 F. 



Blaine J. Lord et al. v. Roy T. Helmandollar 
et al. , Civil No. 987-63. Judgment for 
defendants, Sept. 30, 1963; appeal dismissed, 
348 F.2d 780 (1965); cert, denied , 383 U.S. 
928 (1966); rehearing denied , 384 U.S. 947 
(1966). 



Suits for Judicial Review 



v. Melton E. Baker , 23 IBLA 319 (1976) 

Melton E. Baker v. U.S., Thomas Kleppe, Indi - 
vidually & as Secretary of the Interior & 
Stanley Gurnewald, Individually & as District 
Ranger of the Forest Service of the U.S. Dept. 
of Agriculture , Civil No. CIV 76-408 PCT WPC, 
D. Ariz. Complaint dismissed, Apr. 25, 1977; 
appeal filed June 21, 1977. 



U.S. v. E. A. & Esther Barrows , 76 I.D. 299 (1969) 

Esther Barrows, as an individual & as 
Executrix of the Last Will of E. A. Barrows, 
deceased v. Walter J. Hickel , Civil No. 
70-215-CC, CD. Cal. Judgment for defendant, 
Apr. 20, 1970; aff 'd, 447 F.2d 80 (9th Cir. 
1971). 



v. Jack Zemmy Boyd, Jr. , 39 IBLA 321 (1979) 

Jack Zemmy Boyd, Jr. v. Cecil P. Andrus, 
Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
A79-322, D. Alaska. Judgment for defen- 
dant, Mar. 14, 1980; appeal filed Apr. 9, 
1980. 



S. v. Alice A. & Carrie H. Boyle , 76 I.D. 61, 31i 
(1969), reconsideration denied, Jan. 22, 1970. 



Alice A. & Carrie H. Boyle v. Rogers C. 



Morton, Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
Civ-71-491 Phx WEC, D. Ariz. Judgment for 
plaintiff, May 4, 1972; rev'd & remanded, 
519 F.2d 551 (9th Cir. 1975); cert, denied , 
423 U.S. 1033 (1975). 



v. A. 0. Bartell , 31 IBLA 47 (1977) 

A. 0. Bartell v. Cecil Andrus, Secretary of 
the Interior , Civil No. 77-667, D. Ore. Suit 
pending. 



U.S. v. Charles Thomas Beaird, 31 IBLA 203 (1977) 



U.S. v. R. W. Brubaker et al. , A-30636 (July 24, 
1968); 9 IBLA 281, 80 I.D. 261 (1973) 



R. W. Brubaker, a/k/a Ronald W. Brubaker, 
B . A. Brubaker, a/k/a Barbara A. Brubaker, & 



Will: 



C. 



an J. Mann, a/k/a W. J. Mann v. Rogers 
Morton, Secretary of the Interior , Civil 



No. 73-1228 EC, CD. Cal. Dismissed with prej- 
udice, Aug. 13, 1973; aff'd, 500 F.2d 200 
(9th Cir. 1974); no petition. 



Charles Thomas Beaird v. Cecil Andrus, Secre- 
tary 



>f the Interior & U.S., Civil No. F-77-31, 



D. Alaska. Suit pending. 



U.S. v. J. L. Block, 80 I.D. 571 (1973) 



,S. v. Joe W. Bryant , 25 IBLA 247 (1976) 



f the Interior, 



Joe E. Bryant v. Secretary 
Civil No. A76-84, D. Alaska. Remanded to the 
Agency for final consideration on the merits, 
Jan. 5, 1978. 



J. L. Block v. Rogers Morton, Secretary of 
the Interior , Civil No. LV-74-9, BRT, D. Nev. 
Judgment for defendant, June 6, 1975; rev'd & 
remanded with instructions to remand to the 
Secretary of the Interior, Mar. 29, 1977; no 
petition. 



U.S. v. Blue Bell Gold Mining Co. et al. , 17 II 
182 (1974) 

Blue Bell Gold Mining Co. v. Rogers C. B. 



Morton, Secretary of the Interior et al. 

Civil No. C74-698 S, W.D. Wash. Judgment 

for defendant, Sept. 18, 1975; no appeal. 



U.S. v. Catherine R. Blythe , 16 IBLA 94 (1975) 

Catherine R. Blythe v. Thomas S. Kleppe, Sec- 
retary of the Interior , Civil No. CIV 75-750 
B, D.N.M. Dismissed, Feb. 28, 1977; aff'd, 
Nov. 16, 1977. 



U.S. v. Lloyd W. Booth , 76 I.D. 73 (1969) 

Lloyd W. Booth v. Walter J. Hickel , Civil 

No. 42-69, D. Alaska. Judgment for defendant, 

June 30, 1970; no appeal. 



U.S. v. Henrietta & Andrew Julius Bunkowski , 
102; 79 I.D. 43 (1972) 



Henrietta & Andrew Julius Bunkowski v. L. Paul 
Applegate, District Manager, Bureau of Land 
Management, Thomas S. Kleppe, Secretary of the 
Interior, et al. , Civil No. R-76-182-BRT, 
D. Nev. Suit pending. 



S. v. Calhoun & Howell of Oregon, Ltd. 
Lee Temple , A-31004 (Aug. 29, 1969) 



Calhoun & Howell of Oregon Ltd. v. Walter J. 
Hickel , Civil No. 70-155, D. Ore. Judgment 
for defendant, Sept. 24, 1970; no appeal. 



il. , A-30581 (July 16, 



U.S. v. John C. Chapman et 
1968) 



John C. Chapman et al. v. U.S. , Civil No. 
69-12 Pet., D. Ariz. Judgment for defendant, 



Jan. 18, 1972; no appeal. 



U.S. v. Charleston Stone Products, 
(1973) 



Inc., 9 IBLA 94 



Borders, A-28624 (Oct. 23, 1961) 



R. Osborne v. Harold C. Hammitt , Civil No. 
Judgment for defendant, Aug. 19, 



414, D. Nev 

1964 (opinion); no appeal. 



Charleston Stone Products Co. v. Rogers 
Morton, Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
LV-2039-BRT, D. Nev. Vacated & remanded to 
the Dept. for further proceedings, Nov. 7, 
1974 (opinion); aff'd & remanded, 553 F.2d 
1209 (9th Cir. 1977); rev'd & remanded, 
436 U.S. 604 (1978). 



CLXII 



Suits for Judicial Review 
U.S. v. Nick Chournos, A-28577 (July 14, 1961) 



Nick Chournos v. U.S. , Civil No. C-164-61, 
D. Utah. Complaint dismissed, Jan. 9, 1962; 
no appeal. 

Nick Chournos et al. v. U.S. et al. , Civil 
No. C-238-62, D. Utah. Dismissed, June 28, 
1963; aff'd, 335 F.2d 918 (10th Cir. 1964); 
no petition. 



dant, May 20, 1969; aff'd, 442 F.2d 1030 
(9th Cir. 1971); no petition. 



Jerry 



L. Crow, 28 IBLA 345 (1977) 



Jerry L . Crow v. Cecil Andrus, Secretary of 
the Interior & U.S. , Civil No. F77-12-CIV, 
D. Alaska. Judgment for defendant, June 23, 
1978. 



U.S. v. Willard Christensen, A-27549 (May 14, 1958) 



La Fortuna Uranium Mines, Inc. v. Fred A. 
Seaton , Civil No. 191-59. Judgment for 
defendant, Apr. 4, 1960; no appeal. 



Bradley F. Denham , 29 IBLA 185 (1977) 



Bradley F 

of the Interior 



Denham v. Cecil Andrus, Secretary 
Civil No. CIV77-392 Phx WEC , 



D. Ariz. Suit pending. 



U.S. v. Clear Gravel Enterprises, 
(1971) 



Inc., 2 IBLA 285 



Clear Gravel Enterprises, Inc. v. Nolan Keil, 



State Dir. , Bureau of Land Management, State 
of Nevada, & Rolla Chandler, Chief Div. of 
Technical Services, Bureau of Land Management, 
Reno, Nevada , Civil No. LV-1654, D. Nev. 
Judgment for defendant, May 4, 1972; aff'd, 
Oct. 9, 1974; rehearing denied , Jan. 13, 1975; 
cert, denied, Apr. 21, 1975. 



U.S. v. Alvis F. Denison et al. , 71 I.D. 144 (1964), 
76 I.D. 233 (1969) 

Marie W. Denison, individually & as executrix 
of the Estate of Alvis F. Denison, deceased 
v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 963 D. Ariz. 
Remanded, 248 F. Supp. 942 (1965). 

Leo E. Shoup v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
5822-Phx. , D. Ariz. Judgment for defendant, 
Jan. 31, 1972. 



v. J. R. Clements , A-27751 (Dec. 15, 1958) 

John Raymond Clements v. Fred A. Seaton , 
Civil No. 560-59. Judgment for defendant, 
Jan. 13, 1960; no appeal. 



Re id Smith v. Stewart L. Udall, etc. , Civil 
No. 1053, D. Ariz. Judgment for defendant, 
Jan. 31, 1972; aff'd, Feb. 1, 1974; cert, 
denied, Oct. 15, 1974. 



U.S. v. Elsie Cody, 1 IBLA 92 (1970) 



J. S. Devenny , A-30289 (Aug. 6, 1964) 



Elsie Cody v. Walter J. Hickel , Civil No. 
1-70-125, D. Idaho. Remanded to the Secre- 
tary of the Interior for taking of additional 
evidence, Dec. 6, 1971; appeal withdrawn, 
Mar. 10, 1972. 



J. S. Devenny v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
6283, W.D. Wash. Dismissed, June 22, 1966; 
no appeal. 



U.S. v. Alfred Coleman, A-28557 (Mar. 27, 1962) 



S. v. Nelson E. Devine & Raymond E. Bryant , 
A-30435 (Apr. 28, 1965), 2 IBLA 258 (1971) 



U.S. v. Alfred Coleman , Civil No. 63-956-WB, 
S.D. Cal. Judgment for defendant, Feb. 25, 
1965 (opinion); remanded, 363 F.2d 190 
(9th Cir. 1966); aff'd, 379 F.2d 555 (9th Cir. 
1967); cert, granted , 389 U.S. 970 (1967); 
rev'd & remanded to 9th Cir., 390 U.S. 599 
(1968); rehearing denied , 391 U.S. 961 (1968); 
aff'd, 405 F.2d 72 (9th Cir. 1968); cert. 
denied, 394 U.S. 907 (1969). 



U.S. v. Raymond E. Bryant , Civil No. 9929, 
E.D. Cal. Remanded to Dept. for exercise of 
discretion, Sept. 10, 1969; decision of BLM 
dated Jan. 16, 1970, aff'd by the Board of 
Land Appeals, May 10, 1971. 



U.S. v. Aloy 
356 (1976) 



Aloys A. & Doris E. L. Dietemann, 26 IBLA 



Ford M. Converse, 72 I.D. 141 (1965) 



Ford M. Converse v. Stewart Udall, Civil No. 



65-581, D. Ore. Judgment for defendant, 
262 F. Supp. 583 (1966); aff'd, 399 F.2d 616 



(9th Cir. 
(1969). 



1968); cert, denied, 393 U.S. 1025 



Aloys A. & Doris E. Dietemann v. Thomas S. 



Kleppe, Secretary of the Interior, Curtis 
Berklund, Director of the Bureau of Land 
Management, et al. , Civil No. 76-3532 RMT, 
CD. Cal. Summary judgment for defendant, 
Feb. 9, 1977; no appeal. 



U.S. v. Jesse W. Crawford, A-30820 (Jan. 29, 1968) 



Jesse W. Crawford v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 6969 Phx., D. Ariz. Judgment for defen- 



il., A-27668 (Sept. 24, 



U.S. v. Francis Dlouhy et 
1958) 



Francis N. Dlouhy v. Fred A. Seaton , Civil 
No. 405-59. Judgment for defendant, May 3, 
1960; appeal dismissed, Nov. 28, 1960. 



CLXIII 



U.S. v. The Dredge Corp. , A-28022 (Dec. 18, 1959) 

The Dredge Corp. v. J. Russell Penny , Civil 
No. 396, D. Nev. Judgment for defendant, 
Sept. 25, 1962; remanded, 338 F.2d 456 
(9th Cir. 1964); judgment for plaintiff, 
Aug. 8, 1966; judgment for defendants, 
398 F.2d 791 (9th Cir. 1968); cert, denied , 
393 U.S. 1066 (1969). 



Judicial Review 

U.S. v. Jack L. Gardener , 18 IBLA 175 (1974) 

Jack L. Gardener v. Secretary of the Interior , 
Civil No. 75-1413-R, CD. Cal. Judgment for 
defendant, June 16, 1975; notice of appeal 
filed, Aug. 8, 1975. 



U.S. v. Fred & Eileen Garner, 30 IBLA 42 (1977) 



U.S. v. The Dredge Corp. , 7 IBLA 136 (1972) 

The Dredge Corp. v. Rogers C. B. Morton 
et al. , Civil No. LV-2029, D. Nev. 
Stipulated dismissal, Feb. 12, 1974. 



Fred & Eileen Garner v. U.S. et al. 
78-0314, D. Colo. Suit pending. 



U.S. v. Fred Garula, A-29948 (June 3, 1964) 



Maurice Duvall et al., 1 IBLA 103 (1970) 



Maurice Duval et al. 
Civil No. 71-684, D. 
Supp. (1972); aff'd, Dec 



v. Rogers C. B. Morton , 
Ore. Dismissed, 347 F. 



19, 1973 (opinion). 



Fred Garula v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
8998, D. Colo. Judgment for plaintiff, 
268 F. Supp. 910 (1967); rev'd, 405 F.2d 1181 
(10th Cir. 1968); no petition. 



U.S. v. Elkhorn Mining Co. , 2 IBLA 383 (1971) 

Elkhorn Mining Co. v. Rogers Morton , Civil 
No. 2111, D. Mont. Judgment for defendant, 
Jan. 19, 1973; no appeal. 



U.S. v. Golden Eagle Mining Corp. , A-30864 
(Sept. 25, 1967) 



Golden Eagle Mining Corp. v. Stewart L. Udall, 
Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. S-937, 
E.D. Cal. Dismissed for lack of prosecution, 
Oct. 6, 1969; no appeal. 



U.S. v. Ralph Fairchild , A-30803 (Jan. 19, 1968) 

Minerals Trust Corp. v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 6960 Phx. , D. Ariz. Judgment for 
defendant, May 20, 1969; aff'd, 442 F.2d 1030 
(9th Cir. 1971). 



U.S. v. Kathryn R. Fitzgerald , A-30973 (July 25, 
1969) 



U.S. v. Golden Grigg et al. , 82 I.D. 123 (1975) 

Golden T. Grigg, LeFawn Grigg, Fred Baines, 
Otis H. Williams, Kathryn Williams, Lovell 
Taylor, William A. Anderson, Saragene Smith, 
Thomas M. Anderson, Bonnie Anderson, Charles L. 
Taylor, Darlene Baines, Luann & Paul E. Hogg v. 
U.S., Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary of the 
Interior , Civil No. 1-75-75, D. Idaho. Judg- 
ment for defendant, Nov. 6, 1979. 



Kathryn R. Fitzgerald & John Holden v. 
Walter J. Hickel , Civil No. 70-421 -Phx. , 
D. Ariz. Judgment for defendant, Nov. 23, 
1970. 



U.S. v. Harlan H. Foresyth , 15 IBLA 43 (1974), 
Petition for review granted by order of Oct. 30, 
1975 



■S. v. Gunsight Mining Co. , 5 IBLA 62 (1972) 

Gunsight Mining Corp. v. Rogers C. B. Morton , 
Civil No. 72-92 Tuc, D. Ariz. Dismissed, 
Sept. 11, 1973; no appeal. 



Earl J. Brubaker, Frank Jobe, Jr. & Rexford L. 
Mitchell v. Cecil Andrus , Secretary of the 
Interior, et al. , Civil No. 77-W-280, D. Colo. 
Suit pending. 



Everett Foster et al., 65 I.D. 1 (1958) 



Hallenbeck et al., 21 IBLA 296 (1975) 



Charles V. Hallenbeck, Jr. & Clyde A. 
Hallenbeck, as Individuals, as Trustees, & as 
Members of a Class v. Bureau of Reclamation , 
Civil No. 75-M-786, D. Colo. Judgment for 
defendant, Sept. 2, 1976; aff'd, 590 F.2d 
852 (10th Cir. 1979). 



Everett Foster et al. v. Fred A. Seaton , Civil 
No. 344-58. Judgment for defendants, Dec. 5, 
1958 (opinion); aff'd, 271 F.2d 836 (1959); no 
petition. 



v. Urban Harenberg et al ■ , 11 IBLA 153 (1973) 



U.S. v. Andrew L. Freese II , 37 IBLA 7 (1978) 

Andrew L. Freese II v. Cecil D. Andrus, Secre- 
tary of the Interior , Civil No. CIV 78-1314, 
D. Idaho. Suit pending. 



Century Industries-Flagstaff, an Arizona Corp. 
(successor-in-interest to Urban, LaVaun, 
Sylvan L. & Beth Harenberg, & to Flagstaff 
Service & Materials Co., an Arizona Corp., 
bankrupt ) v. U.S., Rogers Morton, Secretary of 
the Interior, et al. , Civil No. 75-157 PCT WPC, 
D. Ariz. Suit pending. 



Richard P. Haskins, A-30737 (Dec. 



Suits for Judicial Review 
19, 1966) 



3 IBLA 77 (1971) 



U.S. v. Ideal Cement Co. 
(1972) 



5 IBLA 235, 79 I.D. 117 



Richard P. Haskins for Himself & as Admin, of 
the Estate of Bartholomew H. Haskins, Deceased 
v. Udall , Civil No. 67-1815-CC, CD. Cal. 
Judgment for defendant, Apr. 15, 1968; remanded 
to the Director, Bureau of Land Management for 
an exercise of discretion, Oct. 3, 1969. 



Ideal Basic Industries, Inc., formerly known 
as Ideal Cement Co. v. Rogers C. B. Morton , 
Civil No. J-12-72, D. Alaska. Judgment for 
defendant, Feb. 25, 1974; motion to vacate 
judgment denied, May 6, 1974; aff'd, 542 F.2d 
1364 (9th Cir. 1976). 



U.S. v. Richard P. Haskins , Civil No. 72-246 
JWC, CD. Cal. Judgment for plaintiff, 
May 18, 1972 (opinion); rehearing denied , 



June 28, 1972; aff'd & remanded for further 
proceedings, Oct. 25, 1974; no petition. 



Gerald D. Heden et 



19 IBLA 326 (1975) 



U. S. v. Independent Quick Silver Co. 
(1965) 



72 I.D. 367 



Independent Quick Silver Co., an Oregon Corp. 
v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 65-590, D. Ore. 
Judgment for defendant, 262 F. Supp. 583 
(1966); appeal dismissed. 



Gerald D. & Sharon A. Heden, John D. & 
Diane E. Prichard v. The Secretary of the 



Interior , Civil No. 75-543, D. Ore. Dis- 
missed, Aug. 4, 1977; aff'd Mar. 19, 1980. 



v. Henault Mining Co. , 73 I.D. 184 (1966) 

Henault Mining Co. v. Harold Tysk et al. , 
Civil No. 634, D. Mont. Judgment for plain- 
tiff, 271 F. Supp. 474 (1967); rev'd & remanded 
for further proceedings, 419 F.2d 766 (9th Cir. 
1969); cert, denied , 398 U.S. 950 (1970); judg- 
ment for defendant, Oct. 6, 1970. 



v. Leroy S. Johnson, et al . , 39 IBLA 337 (1979) 

Leroy S. Johnson, Joseph I. Barlow, 
Frederick Merril Jessop, Daniel Barlow, 
Edson P. Jessop, Fred M. Jessop, Dan C 
Jessop & Damuel S. Barlow v. U.S. , 
Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary of the Interior , 
Civil No. C-79-0486, D. Utah. Suit pending. 



U.S. v. Menzel G. Johnson , 16 IBLA 234 (1974) 
See M. G. Johnson 



U.S. v. Charles H. Henrikson et al. , 70 I.D. 
(1963) 



Charles H. Henrikson et al. v. Stewart L. 
Udall et al. , Civil No. 41749, N.D. Cal. 
Judgment for defendant, 229 F. Supp 510 



(1964); aff'd, 350 F.2d 949 (9th Cir. 
cert, denied, 384 U.S. 940 (1966). 



B. Johnson , A-30405 (Oct. 28, 1965) 

R. B. Johnson v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
1071, D. Ariz. Judgment for defendant, 
Nov. 21, 1967; no appeal. 



U.S. v. Robert N. Johnson et al. 
1968) 



A-30828 (Jan. 29, 



U.S. v. Taylor T. Hicks et al. 
1967) 

Taylor T. Hicks et al. 



A-30780 (Oct. 24, 



Stewart L. 



Udall, Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
Civ. -1202 Pet., D. Ariz. Judgment for defen- 
dant, Mar. 26, 1970. 



Robert N. Johnson et al. & Thelma A. Johnson 
as individ. & as Executrix of Nolan F. Fultz 
estate v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 68-994- 
AAH, CD. Cal. Judgment for plaintiff, 292 F. 
Supp. 738 (1968); no appeal. 



U.S. v. David L. & Kathryn King , A-30217 (Dec. 29, 
1964) 



Ernest Higbee et al. 



A-31063 (Apr. 1, 1970) 
Rogers C 



Morton 



Ernest Higbee et al 

et al. , Civil No. 1674, D. Nev. Judgment for 
defendant, May 5, 1972; vacated & remanded, 
July 22, 1974; amended, Sept. 13, 1974; va- 
cated & remanded to the Secretary for taking 
of further evidence for reconsideration of the 
issues, Dec. 19, 1974. 



David L. & Kathryn King 
agement 



Oct. 



Civil No. S2765, 
), 1973; no appeal. 



. Bureau of Land Man - 
E.D. Cal. Dismissed, 



v. William C. King , 15 IBLA 210 (1974) 

William C. King v. U.S., & The Secretary of 
the Interior, et al 



D. Ariz. 

1975; dismissed 



Civil No. 74-151-TUC-JAW, 
Judgment for defendant, July 10, 
Jan. 7, 1977. 



U.S. v. Humboldt Placer Mining Co. & Del De Rosier, 
79 I.D. 709 (19721 



Humboldt Placer Mining Co. & Del De Rosier v. 
Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. S-2755, 
E.D. Cal. Dismissed with prejudice, June 12, 
1974; aff'd, 549 F.2d 622 (9th Cir. 1977); 
petition for cert, filed June 25, 1977. 



U.S. v. Horace J. & Elsie Marie Knowlton , A-30912 
(May 21, 1968) 



Elsie Marie & Horace J. Knowlton v. Walter J. 



Hickel, Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
C-191-69, D. Utah. Judgment for defendant, 
Nov. 13, 1970. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



U.S. v. Charles W. & Cora A. Kohl , 5 IBLA 298 
(1972) 



Charles W. & Cora A. Kohl v. Steve Yurich & 



Rogers C. B. Morton, et al. , Civil No. 2155, 
D. Mont. Dismissed with prejudice, Jan. 17, 
1973; no appeal. 



et al. , Civil No. LV-76-155 RDF, D. Nev. 
Judgment for defendant, Nov. 4, 1977; appeal 
filed. 



U.S. v. Kenneth McClarty , 71 I.D. 331 (1964), 
76 I.D. 193 (1969) 



U.S. v. Richard Dean Lance, 73 I.D. 218 (1966) 



Richard Dean Lance v. Stewart L. Udall et al, 
Civil No. 1864, D. Nev. Judgment for defen- 



dant, Jan. 23, 1968; no appeal. 



Kenneth McClarty v. Stewart L. Udall et al, 
Civil No. 2116, E.D. Wash. Judgment for 
defendant, May 26, 1966; rev'd & remanded, 
408 F.2d 907 (9th Cir. 1969); remanded to 
the Secretary, May 7, 1969; vacated & 
remanded to Bureau of Land Management, 
Aug. 13, 1969. 



U.S. v. Lane Minerals, 
1966) 



Inc., A-30497 (Mar. 28, 



Lane Minerals, Inc. 



Stewart L. Udall & the 
Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes of the 
Flathead Indian Reservation , Civil No. 67-535, 
D. Ore. Judgment for defendant, Feb. 2, 1970. 



Charles Maher et al., 5 IBLA 209, 79 I.D. 



Charles Maher & L. Franklin Mader v. Rogers 
C. B. Morton, Secretary of the Interior , Civil 
No. 1-72-153, D. Idaho. Dismissed without 
prejudice, Apr. 3, 1973. 



U.S. v. Mary A. Mattey , 67 I.D. 63 (1960) 



U.S. v. Ethel Schell Larsen & Minerals Trust Corp. , 
9 IBLA 247 (1973) 

Ethel Schell Larsen & Minerals Trust Corp. v. 
Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary of the Interior , 
Civil No. 73-119-TUC-JAW, D. Ariz. Judgment 
for defendant, Sept. 24, 1974; no appeal. 



U.S. v. Edison R. Nogueira et al. , Civil No. 
65-220-PH, CD. Cal. Judgment for defendant, 
Nov. 16, 1966; rev'd & remanded, 403 F.2d 816 
(1968); no petition. 



U.S. v. Alvin M. May , A-30675 (July 25, 1968) 



U.S. v. Lost Polack Mining Ass'n , 38 IBLA 101 
(1978) 



Alvin M. May v. Stewart Udall et al. , Civil 
No. R-2107, D. Nev. Judgment for plaintiff, 
Dec. 15, 1969. 



Lost Polack Mining & Exploration Co. v. Cecil 
Andrus, Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
79-56 PHX CAM, D. Ariz. Suit pending. 



Frank & Wanita Melluzzo, 76 I.D. 160 (1969), 



32 IBLA 46 (1977) 



U.S. v. William A. McCall & R. J. Kaltenborn , 
1 IBLA 115 (1970) 



William A. McCall 



jers C. B. Morton, 



Secretary of the Interior, et al. , Civil No. 



74-70 RDF, D. 
Oct. 1, 1975. 



Nev. Judgment for defendant, 



Frank & Wanita Melluzzo v. Rogers C. B. Morton , 
Civil No. CIV 73-308 PHX CAM, D. Ariz. Judg- 
ment for defendant, June 19, 1974; aff'd in 
part & rev'd & remanded in part, 534 F.2d 860 
(9th Cir. 1976); no petition. 



Frank & Wanita Melluzzo v. Cecil Andrus, 
Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
CIV-79-282 PHX, CAM, D. Ariz. Judgment 
for defendant, May 20, 1980. 



.S. v. William A. McCall, Sr. , The Dredge Corp., 
Estate of Olaf H. Nelson, Deceased, Small Tract 
Applicants Ass'n, Intervenor , 78 I.D. 71 (1971) 

William A. McCall, Sr., The Dredge Corp. & 
Olaf H. Nelson v. John F. Boyles et al. 



Civil No. 74-68(RDF), D. Nev. Judgment for 
defendant, June 8, 1976. 



U.S. v. Frank & Wanita Melluzzo, et al. , 76 I.D. 
181 (1969); reconsideration, 1 IBLA 37, 77 I.D. 
172 (1970) 



WJM Mining & Development Co. et al. v. Rogers 

C. B. Morton , Civil No. 70-679, D. Ariz. 

Judgment for defendant, Dec. 8, 1971 
missed, Feb. 4, 1974. 



dis- 



William A. McCall, Sr., Estate of Olaf 



Henry Nelson, Deceased , 
(1972) 



7 IBLA 21; 79 I.D. 457 



William A. McCall, Sr. & the Estate of Olaf 
Henry Nelson, deceased v. John S. Boyles, 
District Manager, Bureau of Land Management, 
Thomas S. Kleppe, Secretary of the Interior, 



U.S. v. Mineral Ventures, Ltd. 



I.D. 792 (1973) 



Mineral Ventures, Ltd. v. The Secretary of the 
Interior , Civil No. 74-201, D. Ore. Judgment 
for defendant, July 10, 1975; vacated & re- 
manded, May 3, 1977; modified amended judgment, 
Sept. 9, 1977. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Patrick Morris et al., 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 



W. G. & Eva Rose Nickol, 9 IBLA 117 (1973) 



G. Patrick Morris, Joan E. Roth, Elise L. 
Neeley, Lyle D. Roth, Vera M. Baltzor (for- 
merly Vera M. Noble), Charlene S. & George R. 
Baltzor, Juanita M. & Nellie Mae Morris, Milo 
& Peggy M. Axelsen, & Farm Development Corp. 
v. U.S. & Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary of 
the Interior , Civil No. 1-75-74, D. Idaho. 
Aff'd in part, rev'd in part, Dec. 20, 1976; 
rev'd, Nov. 16, 1978. 



W. G. & Eva Rose Nickol v. U.S. & Rogers C. 



Morton, Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
9995 D.N.M. Dismissed, Oct. 5, 1973; rev'd & 
remanded, June 18, 1974; rehearing denied , 
Sept. 30, 1974; remanded to the Dept. for fur- 
ther proceedings, Jan. 30, 1975; no appeal. 



U.S. v. Ernest Evon Moseley , A-30971 (Dec. 13, 
1967) 

Ernest E. Moseley v. Udall , Civil No. 6939 
Phx. , D. Ariz. Judgment for defendant, 
May 20, 1969; aff'd, 442 F.2d 1030 (9th Cii 
1971) ; no petition. 



U.S. v. Lloyd O'Callaghan, Sr. et al. , 79 I.D. 689 
(1972), U.S. v. Lloyd O'Callaghan, Sr. , Contest 
No. R-04845 (July 7, 1975), 29 IBLA 333 (1977) 

Lloyd O'Callaghan, Sr. , Individually & as 
Executor of the Estate of Ross O'Callaghan 
v. Rogers Morton et al- , Civil No. 73-129-S, 
S.D. Cal. Aff'd in part & remanded, May 14, 
1974. Judgment for defendant, May 16, 1978, 
aff'd, May 8, 1980. 



U.S. v. G. C. (Tom) Mulkern , A-27746 (Jan. 
1959) 



19, 



G. C. (Tom) Mulkern v. James Keough , Civil No. 

299, D. Nev. Judgment for defendant, Feb. 19, 

1963 (opinion); aff'd, 326 F.2d 896 (9th Cir. 
1964) ; no petition. 



U.S. v. Wilma L. Oldaker , A-30378 (Aug. 26, 1965) 

Wilma Oldaker v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 
A-98-65, D. Alaska. Stipulated dismissal with 
prejudice, Mar. 3, 1967; no appeal. 



Christian F. Murer, 4 IBLA 242 (1972) 



Christian F. Murer v. Rogers C. 



Morton, 



Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. C-3941. 
D. Colo. Judgment for defendant, Mar. 22, 
1973 (oral opinion); no appeal. 



U. S. v. National Motor Service Co. 
(1974) 



■S. v. J. R. Osborne et al. , 77 I.D. 83 (1970), 
28 IBLA 13 (1976), reconsideration denied by 
order dated Jan. 4, 1977 



R. Osborne, individually & on behalf of 
R. Borders et al . v. Rogers C. B. Morton 



et al. , Civil No. 1564, D. Nev. Judgment for 
defendant, Mar. 1, 1972; remanded to Dist. Ct. 
with directions to reassess Secretary's conclu- 
sion, Feb. 22, 1974; remanded to the Dept. with 
orders to re-examine the issues, Dec. 3, 1974. 



National Motor Service Co., Successor to 
Gary K. Lloyd v. Rogers C. B. Morton, Secre- 
tary of the Interior , Civil No. 1-74-41, 
D. Idaho. Complaint dismissed with prejudice, 
Feb. 24, 1976. 



Bradford Mining Corp. , Successor of J. R. 
Osborne, agent for various persons v. Cecil P. 



Andrus, Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
LV-77-218, RDF, D. Nev. Suit pending. 



U.S. v. Leonard F. Nelson , IBLA 71-57 (Dec. 6, 
1972) (Supp. I), 28 IBLA 314 (1977) 

Leonard F. Nelson v. Rogers C. B. Morton et 
al. , Civil No. A-3-73, D. Alaska. Dismissed 
with prejudice, 368 F. Supp. 692 (1974); rev'd 
& remanded, Jan. 14, 1976; no petition. 



Pacific Co. , 30 IBLA 388; 



U.S. v. Pittsburg 
84 I.D. 282 (1977) 

Pittsburgh Pacific Co. v. U.S. , Dept. of the 
Interior, Cecil Andrus, Joseph W. Goss, Anne 
Poindexter Lewis, Martin Ritvo, State of 
South Dakota, Dept. of Environmental Protec - 
tion & Allen Lockner , Civil No. CIV77-5055, 
W.D.S.D. Suit pending. 



v. Melvin L. Nevitt , A-30030 (July 28, 1964) 

U.S. v. Melvin L. Nevitt , Civil No. 3423-SD-C, 
S.D. Cal. Judgment for plaintiff, Nov. 28, 
1966; no appeal. 



State of South Dakota 



Cecil D. Andrus, 



Secretary of the Interior, et al. , Civil No. 
CIV 77-5058, W.D.S.D. Dismissed, Dec. 26, 
1978. 



Paul C. Poncia et al., 11 IBLA 302 (1973) 



U.S. v. New Jersey Zinc Co. , 74 I.D. 191 (1967) 

The New Jersey Zinc Corp., a Del. Corp. v. 
Stewart L. Udall , Civil No. 67-C-404, D. Colo. 
Dismissed with prejudice, Jan. 5, 1970. 



Paul C, Opal L. , John C. , & Dorothy Poncia v. 
Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary of the Interior , 
Civil No. 1-73-93, D. Idaho. Remanded to the 
Secretary of Interior for consideration, 
Sept. 28, 1976. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



U.S. v. Richard C. Porter et al. , A-29882 (Apr. 24, 
1964) 

Hal W. Eldridge et al. v. Secretary of the 
Interior , Civil No. 64-353, D. Ore. Judgment 
for defendant, Dec. 15, 1965 (opinion); no 
appeal. 



U.S. v. E. V. Pressentin et al. , A-27495 (Apr. 2, 
1958) 



E. V. Pressentin v. Fred A. Seaton , Civil 
4804, W.D. Wash. Voluntary dismissal by 
plaintiff entered July 24, 1959. 



Civil No. CV-74-3062-WMB, CD. Cal. Dismissed 
with prejudice, Feb. 11, 1975; aff'd, Oct. 15, 
1976. 



v. Cecil R. Reed , A-30354 (Sept. 29, 1965) 

Cecil R. Reed v. Stewart L. Udall et al. , 
Civil No. 1784, D. Nev. Judgment for defen- 
dant, Dec. 19, 1967; aff'd, 416 F.2d 377 
(9th Cir. 1969); cert, denied , 397 U.S. 924 
(1970). 



E. V. Pressentin et al. v. Fred A. Seaton , 
Civil No. 1907-59. Judgment for defendant, 
Jan. 15, 1960; rev'd & remanded, 284 F.2d 195 
(1960); see A-30004, 71 I.D. 447 (1964). 



U.S. v. E. V. Pressentin & Devisees of the H. S. 
Martin Estate, 71 I.D. 447 (1964) 



U.S. v. George A. & Dorothy Relyea , A-30909 
(June 25, 1968) 

George A. & Dorothy Relyea v. Stewart Udall, 
Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 3-68-20, 
D. Idaho. Judgment for defendant, Feb. 19, 
1970; no appeal. 



E. V. Pressentin, Fred J. Martin, Admin, of 
H. A. Martin Estate v. Stewart L. Udall & 
Charles Stoddard , Civil No. 1194-65. Judgment 
for defendant, Mar. 19, 1969; no appeal. 



U.S. v. C. F. Pruess, Sr. , A-28641 (Aug. 22, 1961) 



U.S. v. Amos P. & Lena S. Robinette , A-31036, 
A-31133 (Mar. 4, 1970) 



Amos D. 



>inette v. Rogers C. B. Morton et 



al. , Civil No. 71-1156-HP, CD. Cal. Com- 
plaint dismissed with prejudice, Oct. 22, 
1971; appeal dismissed, Apr. 18, 1972. 



C. F. Pruess, Sr. v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 1331-62. Judgment for defendant, May 12, 
1964; remanded, 359 F.2d 615 (1965); judgment 
for defendant, Jan. 4, 1966; per curiam dec, 
remanded for transfer to Dist. Ct. for Oregon. 
Not reported. 

C. F. Pruess, Sr. v. Stewart L. Udall , Civil 
No. 67-167, D. Ore. Judgment for defendant, 
286 F. Supp. 138 (1968); aff'd, 410 F.2d 750 
(9th Cir. 1969); cert, denied , 396 U.S. 967 
(1969); rehearing denied , 397 U.S. 1003 (1970). 



32 IBLA 7 7 



R. E. & Barbara Rodgers v. Cecil D. Andrus , 



Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 78-119, 
D. Ore. Suit pending. 



U.S. v. Robert A. Rukke, Registered Agent, 
Valumines, Inc. et al . , 32 IBLA 155 (1977) 



U.S. v. William P. Pulliam et al. , 1 IBLA 143 (1970) 

William P. Pulliam et al . v. Secretary of the 
Interior , Civil No. 71-649, D. Ariz. Dis- 
missed on the merits, Mar. 29, 1973; no appeal. 



Robert A. Rukke, Secretary, Valumines, Inc., 
Milo Moore, William Soren, George Dunlap (aka 
George Dunlop) & Estate of Eugene Francis 
Dunlap (aka Gene Dunlop) v. U.S. , Civil No. 
C77-206T, D. Wash. Suit pending. 



U.S. v. Chester L. Ramsey , 29 IBLA 243 (1977) 

Chester Lee Ramsey v. Cecil Andrus, Secretary 
of the Interior, et al. , Civil No. CIV S-77- 
348-TJM, D. Cal. Suit pending. 



U.S. v. Marvin C. Ramsey et al. , 14 IBLA 152 (1974) 

Marvin C. & Vesta Ruth Ramsey v. The Secretary 
of the Interior , Civil No. 74-192, D. Ore. 
Dismissed, May 1, 1975; aff'd, Mar. 22, 1977. 



U.S. v. Ramsher Mining & Engineering Co. , 13 IBLA 
268 (1973) 

Ramsher Mining & Engineering Co. v. Secretary 
of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management , 



U.S. v. Dan S. Russell, 40 IBLA 309 (1979) 



Dan S. Russell v. John R. McGuire, 
Individ. & as Chief, Forest Service, 
DOA, Bob Berglund, Individ. & as Sec, 
of Agriculture, Frank Gregg, Individ. 
& as Dir., BLM, Cecil P. Andrus, Individ. 
& as Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
79-949, P. Ore. Suit pending. 



U.S. v. Robert B. Sainberg , 5 IBLA 270 (1972) 

Robert B. Sainberg, Rose Mary Pruse, Frank 
Patrick Vallely, Jr., & William J. Vallely v. 
Rogers C. B. Morton , Civil No. 72-217-PCT, 
P. Ariz. Dismissed, 363 F. Supp. 1259 (1973): 
no appeal. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



J.S. v. Edwin R. Saurers et al. , A-30097 (July 9, 
1964) 



U.S. v. Cornelius D. Sullivan (a/k/a Corney 

Sullivan) & Josie L. Sullivan, 5 IBLA 275 (1972) 



Edwin R. Saurers et al. v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 6245, W.D. Wash. Judgment for 
defendant, July 19, 1965; no appeal. 



Cornelius D. & Josie L. Sullivan v. U.S. , Ct. 
CI. No. 193-69. Dismissed, Oct. 27, 1972. 



U.S. v. Charles L. Seeley et al. , A-28127 (Jan. 28, 
1960) 

Charles L. Seeley et al. v. Secretary of the 
Interior , Civil No. 3693-60 & No. 41094, N.D. 
Cal. Judgment for defendant, July 29, 1964; 
appeal dismissed, Dec. 16, 1964. 



U.S. v. Elmer H. Swanson , 81 I.D. 14 (1974) 
34 IBLA 25 (1978) 



Elmer H. Swanson v. Rogers C. B. Morton, Sec- 



retary of the Interior , Civil No. 4-74-10, D. 
Idaho. Dismissed without prejudice, Dec. 23, 
1975 (opinion). 

Elmer H. Swanson & Livingston Silver, Inc. v. 
Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary of the Interior , 
Civil No. CIV-78-4045, D. Idaho. Suit pending. 



,S. v. Ollie Mae Shearman et al. , 73 I.D. 386 
(1966) 
See Idaho Desert Land Entries - Indian Hill Group 



Tempest Mining Co. , 40 IBLA 297 (1979) 



U.S. v. Silverton Mining & Milling Co. , IBLA 70-22 
(Sept. 23, 1970) 



Tempest Mining Corp. v. U.S., Dept. of 
Interior, Bureau of Land Management & 
Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 
CIV 79-1103, D. Idaho. Suit pending. 



Multiple Use Inc. v. Rogers C. B. Morton , 
Civil No. 71-211, D. Ariz. Judgment for 
defendant, 353 F. Supp. 184 (1972); aff'd, 
504 F.2d 448 (9th Cir. 1974); no petition. 



U.S. v. Thomas R. Shuck , A-27965 (Feb. 2, 1960) 

Thomas R. Shuck v. Roy T. Helmandollar , 
Civil No. 682 Pet., D. Ariz. Judgment 
for defendant, Dec. 7, 1961; no appeal. 

U.S. v. C. F. Snyder et al. , 72 I.D. 223 (1965) 

Ruth Snyder, Adm'r(x) of the Estate of C. F. 
Snyder, Deceased et al. v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 66-C-131, D. Colo. Judgment for 
plaintiff, 267 F. Supp 110 (1967); rev'd, 
405 F.2d 1179 (10th Cir. 1968); cert, denied , 
396 U.S. 819 (1969). 



U.S. v. C. Fred Underwood et al. , 22 IBLA 62 (1975), 
^amended decision) 22 IBLA 70 ( 197 5) 

C. Fred Underwood, Chloe Underwood & Jack D. 
Canon v. The Secretary of the Interior , Civil 
No. S-76-91 PCW, E.D. Cal. Judgment for de- 
fendant, June 23, 1977; aff'd, Mar. 19, 1980. 



U.S. v. United States Pumice Co. , 37 IBLA 153 
(1978); Supplemental Order of Intervention, 
June 1, 1979, Clarification of Order of June 1, 
1979, dated July 18, 1979 

The Wilderness Society, McKenzie Fly- 
fishers, The Obsidians, et al . v. 
Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary of the 



Interior, Civil No. 79-0296. Dismissed, 



May 30, 1979. 



U.S. v. U.S. Silica Corp. et al . , A-30400 (Aug. 24, 
1965) 



U.S. v. Southern Pacific Co. , 77 I.D. 41 (1970) 

Southern Pacific Co. et al. v. Rogers C. B. 
Morton et al. , Civil No. S-2155, E.D. Cal. 
Judgment for defendant, Nov. 20, 1974. 



U.S. v. Clarence T. & Mary D. Stevens , 77 I.D. 97 
(1970) 

Clarence T. & Mary D. Stevens v. Walter J. 
Hickel , Civil No. 1-70-94, D. Idaho. Judgment 
for defendant, June 4, 1971. 



v. Charles E. Stewart , A-28966 (Sept. 25, 1962) 

Charles E. Stewart v. Gordon Penny et al. , 
Civil No. 1619, D. Nev. Judgment for plain- 
tiff, 238 F. Supp. 821 (1965); no appeal. 



Simplot Industries, Inc. v. Udall , Civil No. 
1024-S, D. Nev. Judgment for defendant, 
Sept. 26, 1969; no appeal. 



U.S. v. Alfred N. Verrue , 75 I.D. 300 (1968) 

Alfred N. Verrue v. U.S. et al . , Civil No. 
6898 Phx. , D. Ariz. Rev'd & remanded, 
Dec. 29, 1970; aff'd, 457 F.2d 1202 (9th Cir. 
1971); no petition. 



U.S. v. Kenneth 0. Watkins & Harold E. L. Barton , 
A-29862 (Apr. 24, 1966), A-30659 (Oct. 19, 1967) 

Harold E. L. Barton v. Stewart L. Udall, Sec- 
retary of the Interior & U.S. , Civil No. 69-26, 
D. Ore. Judgment for defendant, Mar. 17, 1971; 
aff'd, 498 F.2d 288 (9th Cir. 1974); cert. 
denied, Nov. 18, 1974. 



CLXIX 



Suits for Judicial Review 



U.S. v. Oscar W. Weiss et al, 
1967), 15 IBLA 198 (1974) 



A-30809 (Sept. 14, 



of Land Appeals , Civil No. C74-152, D. Wyo. 
Judgment for defendant, Nov. 7, 1975. 



Oscar W. Weiss v. 



C-882, D. Colo. Remanded, Jan 



Stewart L. Udall, Civil No. 
2, 1969. 



U.S. 



Thomas C. 



A-30805 (Supp.) (Apr 
II) (Nov. 17, 1969) 



Wells, A-30805 (Jan. 8, 1968), 
25, 1969), A-30805 (Supp. 



Thomas C. Wells v. Udall 



Civil No. S- 
Remanded to Secretary, Dec 



-693, 
E.D. Cal. Remanded to Secretary, Dec. 12, 
1968; remanded to Bureau of Land Mgmt. Time 
extended to Nov. 1, 1970, to comply with re- 
quirements of Supp. II. Judgment for defen- 
dant, Dec. 17, 1970. 



U.S. v. Vernon 0. & Ina C. White , 72 I.D. 552 
(1965) 



Consolidated with A. F. Anderson et al. 
Rogers C. B. Morton et 



Civil No. C74-151, 



D. Wyo. for purposes of appeal by order of 
Nov. 19, 1975. Dismissed, Nov. 28, 1975. 



U.S. v. Merle I. Zweifel et al. , 80 I.D. 323 (1973) 

Merle I. Zweifel et al. v. U.S. , Civil No. 
C-5276, D. Colo. Dismissed without prejudice, 
Oct. 31, 1973. 



Kenneth Roberts et al. 



Rogers C. B. Morton 



& The Interior Board of Land Appeals , Civil 
No. C-5308 D. Colo. Dismissed with prejudice, 
389 F. Supp. 87 (1975); aff 'd, 549 F.2d 158 
(10th Cir. 1977). 



Vernon 0. & Ina C. White v. Stewart L. Udall, 



Civil No. 1-65-122, D. Idaho. Judgment for 
defendant, Jan. 6, 1967; aff'd, 404 F.2d 334 
(9th Cir. 1968); no petition. 



U.S. v. Milton Wichner, 35 IBLA 240 (1978) 



United Technical Industries, 
19631 



Inc., A-29406 (Apr. 24, 



Jay Nielson v. J. E. Keough et al. , Civil No. 
C-158-63, D. Utah. Dismissed, July 13, 1964 
(opinion); no appeal. 



Milton Wichner v. Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary 
of the Interior, Bob Bergland, Secretary of 
Agriculture, Frank Gregg, Director, BLM, 
Edward L. Hastey, State Dir. (California), 
BLM, William T. Dresser, Forest Supervisor of 
the Angeles National Forest, & U.S. , Civil No. 
CV 78-2804, CD. Cal. Suit pending. 



Paul Unruh v. Wesley Lawrence Edwards , A-30584 
(Sept. 21, 1966) 

Paul E. Unruh v. Udall et al. , Civil No. 
1894-N, D. Nev. Judgment for defendant 
June 14, 1967; no appeal. 



S. v. Frank W. Winegar et al. , 81 I.D. 370 (1974) 

Shell Oil Co. & D. A. Shale, Inc. v. Rogers 
C. B. Morton, Secretary of the Interior , Civil 
No. 74-F-739, D. Colo. Judgment for plaintiff, 
Jan. 17, 1977; aff'd, Jan. 25, 1979. 



Utah Power & Light Co. , 4 IBLA 62 (1971) 



Utah Power & Light Co. v. Rogers C. B. Morton 
C-5-72, D. Utah. Dismissed 
3, 1972; aff'd, Sept. 20, 



Civil No 
with prejudice, Nov 



U.S. v. Rodney Wood et al. , A-30697 (May 31, 1967) 

Rodney Wood et al. v. Stewart L. Udall, Sec- 
retary of the Interior & Orville L. Freeman, 
Secretary of Agriculture , Civil No. S-436, 
N.D. Cal. Dismissed without prejudice, Nov. 7, 
1967; amended complaint filed; judgment for 
defendant, Mar. 27, 1969; no appeal. 



U.S. v. Elodymae Zwang 
26 IBLA 41 



, U.S. v. Parrel 1 Zwang , 
83 I.D. 280 (1976) 



Darrell & Elodymae Zwang v. Cecil Andrus, 
Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. 77-1431 
R, D. Cal. Judgment for plaintiff, Aug. 20, 
1979. 



Utah Power & Light Co. , 14 IBLA 372 (1974) 

Utah Power & Light Co. v. Thomas S. Kleppe, 



in his official capacity as Secretary of the 
Interior , Civil No. C-76-136, D. Utah. Suit 
pending. 



Henrietta Roberts Vaden , IBLA 74-1, dismissed by 
order, Aug. 8, 1973, Petition for Reconsideration 
denied by order, May 29, 1975. 



Henrietta Roberts Vaden, a/k/a Henrietta R. 
Vaden v. Thomas S. Kleppe, Secretary of the 
Interior et al. , Civil No. A75-223 CIV, D. 
Alaska. Stipulated dismissal, Mar. 31, 1976. 



U.S. v. Merle I. Zweifel et al. 



16 IBLA 74 (1974) 



Walter H. Burkhardt et al. v. Rogers C. B. 
Morton, Secretary of the Interior & The Board 



E. A. Vaughey , 63 I.D. 85 (1956) 

E. A. Vaughey v. Fred A. Seaton , Civil No. 
1744-56. Dismissed by stipulation, Apr. 18, 
1957; no appeal. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Estate of Cecelia Smith Vergote (Borger), Morris / 
(K. ) Charles & Caroline j" Charles (BrendaleT j 
5 IBIA 96; 83 I.D. 209 (1976) 

Confederated Tribes & Bands of the Yakima 
Indian Nation v. Thomas Kleppe, Secretary of 
the Interior & Phillip Brendale , Civil No. 
C-76-199, E.D. Wash. Suit pending. 



Estate of Florence Bluesky Vessell (Unallotted 
Lac Courte Oreilles Chippewa of Wisconsin) , 
1 IBIA 312, 79 I.D. 615 (1972) 

Constance Jean Hollen Eskra v. Rogers C. I 
Morton et al., Civil No. 72-C-428, D 



Dismissed, 380 F. Supp. 205 (1974); 
Sept. 29, 1975; no petition. 



Wis. 
rev 'd, 



Burt A. Wackerli et al., 73 I.D. 280 (1966) 



Burt & Lueva G. Wackerli 



a. 



tewart L. 
1-66-92, D. Idaho. 



Udall et al. , Civil No. 

Amended complaint filed Mar. 17, 1971 

ment for plaintiff, Feb. 28, 1975. 



judg- 



Estate of Wahwersee R. Werqueyah , 5 IBIA 169 (1976) 



Mattie Wahwersee v. Thomas Kleppe, Secretary 
of Interior , Civil No. CIV-76-0845-E, W.D. 
Okla. Suit pending. 



Lucille S. West, Duncan Miller, et al. , A-29242 
et^ aK_ (Feb. 25, 1963), Duncan Miller , A-29231 
(Feb. 5, 1963) 

Cecil H. Phillips et al . v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 847-63. Dismissed on behalf of all 

except Lucille S. West; judgment for defendant, 

Feb. 25, 1964; no appeal. 



Western Nuclear, Inc. 
(1978) 



35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 



Western Nuclear, Inc., a Del. Corp., autho - 
rized & doing business in the State of Wyo . 
v. Cecil Andrus, Secretary of the Interior, & 
U.S. , Civil No. C78-129, D. Wyo. Suit pending. 



itate of Amelia Keyes Abbott Viramontes Walker , 
IA-1339 (Apr. 5, 1966) 

Earlene Ida Abbott Simons v. Udall et al. , 
Civil No. 2640, D. Mont. Judgment for defen- 
dant, 276 F. Supp. 75 (1967); no appeal. 



Jack A. Walker , A-30492 (Apr. 28, 1966) 



Jack A. Walker 



U.S. & Udall, Civil No. 



1-66-80, D. Idaho. Judgment for plaintiff, 
July 3, 1967; rev'd, 409 F.2d 477 (9th Cir. 
1969); no petition. 



Minnie F. Wharton, John W. Wharton, Ruth Wharton 
James, Carroll Wharton, Iris Wharton Bartyl, 
Marvin Wharton, Thomas Wharton, Betty Wharton 
Zink, Faye Wharton Pamper ien & Samuel Wharton , 
4 IBLA 287; 79 I.D. 6 (1972) 

U.S. & Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary of 
the Interior v. Minnie E. & John W. Wharton, 



Ruth Wharton James, Carroll Wharton, Iris 
Wharton Bartyle, Marvin Wharton, Thomas 
Wharton, Betty Wharton Zink , Faye Wharton 
Pamperien & Samuel Wharton , Civil No. 
70-106, D. Ore. Judgment for defendant, 
Feb. 26, 1973; reconsideration denied , 
June 4, 1973; rev'd & remanded, 514 F.2d 
406 (9th Cir. 1975); no petition. 



Estate of Milward Wallace Ward , 82 I.D. 341 (1975) 

Alfred Ward, Irene Ward Wise, & Elizabeth 
Collins v. Kent Frizzell, Acting Secretary 
of the Interior, et al. , Civil No. C75-175, 
D. Wyo. Dismissed, Jan. 1, 1976. 



Wasatch Development Co. et al. , A-28674 (May 16, 
1963) 



Richard Wheeler, Jr., 34 IBLA 359 (1978) 



Richard Wheeler, Jr. 



The Dept. of Interior 



& Cecil Andrus, Secretary of the Interior , 
Civil No. CIV78-0750 T, W. D. Okla. Suit 
pending. 



Joseph B. Umpleby et al. v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 8156, D. Colo. Judgment for defen- 
dant, 285 F. Supp. 25 (1968); no appeal. 



Weardco Construction Corp., 64 I.D. 376 (1957) 



Weardco Construction Cort 



U.S. , Civil No. 



278-59-PH, S.D. Cal. Judgment for plaintiff, 
Oct. 26, 1959; satisfaction of judgment entered 
Feb. 9, 1960. 



Estate of Mary Ursula Rock Wellknown , 1 IBIA 83; 
78 I.D. 179 (1971) 



William T. Shaw, Jr., et al. v. Rogers C. B. 
Morton et al. , Civil No. 974, D. Mont. Dis- 
missed, July 6, 1973 (opinion); no appeal. 



Estate of John P. Whitetail , IA-T-23 (Apr. 17, 
1970) 



Doris Ann Whitetail Parker et al. v. John 
Civil No. 70-C-373, D. Oklf 



Pappan et al. 
Dismissed, July 10, 1973; motion for new 
trial & reconsideration overruled, Aug. 17, 
1973; no appeal. 



Estate of Hiemstennie (Maggie) Whiz Abbott , 2 IBIA 
53, 80 I.D. 617 (1973); 4 IBIA 12, 82 I.D. 169 
(1975); reconsideration denied, 49 IBIA 79 (1975) 



Doris Whiz Burkybile v. Alvis Smith, 
Guardian Ad Litem for Zelma, Vernon, 



Sr., as 
Kenneth. 



Mona & Joseph Smith, Minors, et al. , Civil No. 
C-75-190, E.D. Wash. Judgment for defendant, 
Jan. 21, 1977; no appeal. 



Suits for Judicial Review 



Buck Willcoxson, A-27402, A-27403 (Dec. 17, 1956) 



Joseph A. Winkler , 24 IBLA 380 (1976) 



Buck Willcoxson v. Douglas Henriques , Civil 
No. 3596, D.N.M. Motion of plaintiff to dis- 
miss case without prejudice granted, Dec. 10, 
1957. 



Joseph A. Winkler v. Thomas Kleppe, Secretary 
of the Interior , Civil No. C76-176, D. Utah. 
Judgment for defendant, June 20, 1977; appeal 
filed July 5, 1977. 



Buck Willcoxson v. Stewart L. Udall, Civil No. 



U.S. v. Buck Willcoxson et al. , Civil No. 
1492-59. 

Buck Willcoxson v. U.S. , Civil No. 972-59. 

Actions consolidated. Judgment for defendant, 
plaintiff & defendant, respectively, Aug. 3, 
1961; aff'd, 313 F.2d 884 (1963); cert, denied , 
373 U.S. 932 (1963). 



Appeal of Wisenak, Inc. 
(1976) 



1 ANCAB 157; 83 I.D. 496 



Wisenak, Inc., an Alaska Corp. v. Thomas S. 
Kleppe, Individually & as Secretary of the 
Interior & the U.S. , Civil No. F76-38 Civ., 
D. Alaska. Remanded to Department for 
further proceedings, July 9, 1979. 



William A. Smith Contracting Co. , IBCA-83 (July 16, 
19591 

William A. Smith Contracting Co. et al. v. 
U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 264-57. Judgment for plain- 
tiff, 292 F.2d 847 (1961); no appeal. 



W. L. Ridge Construction Co. , IBCA-80 (Nov. 30, 
1960) 

W. L. Ridge v. U.S. , Ct. CI. No. 301-60. 
Suit dismissed, Oct. 1, 1963. 



A. Smith Contracting Co. v. U.S. 



CI. No. 279-59. Judgment for defendant, 
292 F.2d 854 (1961); no appeal. 



iministrative Appeal of Robert B. Wooding et al. 
v. Commissioner, Bureau of Indian Affairs , 4 IBIA 
255 (1975), reconsideration denied , 5 IBIA 9 
(1976) 



William F. Klingensmith, Inc. , IBCA-71 7-5-68, 
IBCA-734-10-68 (May 4, 1971) 

William F. Klingensmith, Inc. v. U.S. , Civil 
No. 1287-71. 

William F. Klingensmith, Inc. v. U.S. , Civil 
No. 1288-71. 

Actions consolidated and transferred to Ct. 
of Claims Jan. 24, 1972; Ct. CI. No. 28-72. 
Dismissed, Nov. 23, 1973. 



David L. Williams , A-29858 (Feb. 12, 1963) 

Richard L. & Jean S. Hatter, Gary Linn 
Dusenberry, Jere D. Anderson, & Henry P. 
Carley d/b/a Chad Enterprise, a Joint Venture 
v. U.S. , Civil No. S74-205, E.D. Cal. Judg- 
ment for defendant, Aug. 8, 1975. 



Robert B. Wooding, d/b/a Associated Investors, 
& Auburn Enterprises, Inc. v. Thomas Kleppe, 
Secretary of the Interior, et al. , Civil No. 
C76-86T, W.D. Wash. Dismissed for failure to 
prosecute, June 3, 1977. 



Wood 


s Petrol 


eum Corp. et 


: al., 


Wi 


lliam Ralph 


Stroble 


et 


al., 12 
Duvels, 


IBLA 247 (1973) 
Inc., West Park 


International, 


Inc., 




George 


H. Frandsen, 


Paul 


P. 


Dyreng, R. 


Morgan 




Dyreng, 


Stephen B. 


Nadau 


Id, 


John B. Peacock & 



Lori M. Free v. Kent Frizzell, Acting Secre- 
tary of the Interior , Civil No. C-75-175, 
D. Utah. Judgment for defendant, July 6, 1976; 
appeal filed Feb. 3, 1976. 



Roger 



s C. 



Mountain States Resources v. 

Morton, Individually & as Secretary of the 

Interior , Civil No. C-75-238, D. Utah. Suit 

pending. 



Harry H. Wilson , 35 IBLA 349 (1978) 



Harry H. Wilson v. U.S. , & Cecil Andrus, 
Secretary of the Interior , Civil No. A78-225 
CIV, D. Alaska. Suit pending. 



Estate of Louise Wilson, IA-1380 (Mar. 1, 1966) 



Charles W. Heffelman v. Stewart L. Udall 
Civil No. 6402, N.D. Okl 



Dismissed, 

June 16, 1966; aff'd, 378 F.2d 109 (10th Cir. 
1967); cert, denied, 389 U.S. 926 (1967). 



Frank Winegar, Shell Oil Co. & P. A. Shale Inc, 
74 I.D. 161 (1967) 



Shell Oil Co. et al. v. Udall et al. , Civil 
No. 67-C-321, D. Colo. Judgment for plain- 
tiff, Sept. 18, 1967; no appeal. 



Estate of Wook-Kah-Nah, Comanche Allottee No. 1927 , 
65 I.D. 436 (1958) 

Thomas J. Huff, Adm. with will annexed of the 
Estate of Wook-Kah-Nah, Deceased, Comanche 
Enrolled Restricted Indian No. 1927 v. Jane 
Asenap, Wilfred Tabbytite, J. R. Graves, Exam- 
iner of Inheritance, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 
Dept. of the Interior & Earl R. Wiseman, Dis- 
trict Dir. of Internal Revenue , Civil No. 8281, 
W.D. Okla. Dismissed as to the Examiner of 
Inheritance; plaintiff dismissed suit without 
prejudice as to the other defendants. 



Thomas J. Huff, Adm. with will annexed of the 
Estate of Wook-Kah-Nah v. Stewart L . Udall , 
Civil No. 2595-60. Judgment for defendant, 
June 5, 1962; remanded, 312 F.2d 358 (1962). 



Suits for Judicial Review 



State of Wyoming , 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

State of Wyoming, Albert E. King, Comm'r. of 
Public Lands v. Cecil D. Andrus, Secretary of 
the Interior , Civil No. C77-034K, D. Wyo. 
Judgment for defendant, Sept. 8, 1977; aff'd, 
July 18, 1979. 



Haruyuki Yamane et al. , 19 IBLA 320 (1975) 

C. Burglin, Dennis Krize, Mark & Kenneth 
Ringstad, Lloyd Burgess, M. E. Anderson, 
William Ackess , John J. & William D. Sexton, 
J. R. & June L. S. Beck, Alexander Miller, 
Wally Burnett, Sr., Wallace & Donald Burnett, 
Earnest Carter, Mary L. Carie, & Harayuki 
Yamane v. The Secretary of the Interior, 
Stanley Hathaway, et al. , Civil No. A75-113 
CIV, D. Alaska. Consolidated with Civil No. 
A75-232. Judgment for defendant, Dec. 29, 
1976; aff'd, Aug. 18, 1978. 



254 (1972); aff'd, 479 F.2d 58 (8th Cir. 
1973); cert, denied, 414 U.S. 858 (1973). 



Zeigler Coal Co. , 81 I.D. 729 (1974) 

International Union of United Mine Workers of 
America v. Stanley K. Hathaway, Secretary of 
the Interior , No. 75-1003, United States Court 
of Appeals, D.C. Cir. Rev'd & remanded to the 
Board for further proceedings, 532 F.2d 1403 
(1976). 



Zeigler Coal Co. , 82 I.D. 36 (1975) 

Zeigler Coal Co. v. Kent Frizzell, Acting 
Secretary of the Interior , No. 75-1139, United 
States Court of Appeals, D.C. Cir. Judgment 
for defendant, 536 F.2d 398 (1976). 



Young Associates, Inc. , IBCA-557-4-66 (Dec. 4, 1968) 

Young Associates, Inc. v. U.S. , Ct. CI. 787-71. 
Judgment for defendant, Jan. 18, 1973. 



George W. Zarak et al., Cardinal Petroleum Co. 
4 IBLA 82 (1971) 



Tony Rice, George W. Zarak, Arlene Zarak, 
William J. Zarak, Jr. & Darlene Zarak v. 
Rogers C. B. Morton et al. , Civil No. 1127, 
D.N.D. Judgment for defendant, 348 F. Supp. 



Harry A. Zuckerman, et al . , 41 IBLA 372 (1979) 

Harry Zuckerman & Mark M. Collins v. 
Benjamin Civiletti, Attorney General & 
R. E. Thompson, U.S. Attorney on behalf 
of Cecil Andrus, Secretary of the Interior , 
Civil No. CIV-79-815-M, D.N.M. Suit 
pending. 



Elodymae Zwang et al. , A-30201 (Feb. 3, 1965) 

Darrell & Elodymae Zwang v. Stewart L. Udall , 
Civil No. 65-716-EC, S.D. Cal. Judgment for 
defendant, Feb. 23, 1966; aff'd, 371 F.2d 634 
(9th Cir. 1967); no petition. 



TABLE OF U.S. CODES, U.S. STATUTES AT LARGE AND REVISED STATUTES 
(A) UNITED STATES CODES 



TITLE 4: 



sec. 104-110 7 IBIA 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 

109 7 IBIA 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 

TITLE 5: 

sec. 304 IBCA-1074-8-75; 84 I.D. 838 

(1977) 
488 IBCA-1074-8-75; 84 I.D. 838 

(1977) 

500 et seq. 37 IBLA 7 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

533(bT 32 IBLA 106 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

544 35 IB LA 202 (May 24, 1978) 

551 41 IBLA 98 (June 4, 1979) 

551 et seq. 20 IBLA 290 (May 27, 1975) 

21 IBLA 157 (July 21, 1975) 

21 IBLA 363; 82 I.D. 414 (1975) 

24 IBLA 85; 83 I.D. 47 (1976) 

25 IBLA 157 (June 10, 1976) 

26 IBLA 235; 83 I.D. 309 (1976) 

26 IBLA 249 (Aug. 18, 1976) 

27 IBLA 238 (Oct. 18, 1976) 

28 IBLA 153; 83 I.D. 564 (1976) 
32 IBLA 174; 84 I.D. 475 (1977) 
32 IBLA 361 (Oct. 25, 1977) 

37 IBLA 80 (Sept. 22, 1978) 
41 IBLA 85 (June 4, 1979) 

551(4) 5 IBMA 306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 

551(5) 41 IBLA 372 (July 23, 1979) 

551-556 2 ANCAB 363 (Mar. 31, 1978) 

552 25 IBLA 220 (June 21, 1976) 

30 IBLA 212 (May 20, 1977) 
41 IBLA 25 (May 29, 1979) 

552(a) 34 IBLA 202 (Mar. 22, 1978) 

37 IBLA 96 (Sept. 25, 1978) 
552(a)(1) 34 IBLA 359 (May 1, 1978) 

38 IBLA 160 (Dec. 5, 1978) 
552(a)(1)(C) 34 IBLA 359 (May 1, 1978) 

41 IBLA 372 (July 23, 1979) 

552(a)(1)(D) 41 IBLA 372 (July 23, 1979) 

552(a)(1)(E) —41 IBLA 372 (July 23, 1979) 
552(a)(2) 35 IBLA 95 (May 15, 1978) 

37 IBLA 346 (Oct. 27, 1978) 

552(a)(2)(B) 34 IBLA 359 (May 1, 1978) 

552(b)(4) M-36918; 86 I.D. 661 (1979) 

552(b)(9) M-36918; 86 I.D. 661 (1979) 

552a 28 IBLA 244 (Dec. 10, 197 6) 

553 3 ANC AB 297; 86 I.D. 381 

(1979) 
7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 

(1979) 

20 IBLA 120 (Apr. 25, 1975) 

20 IBLA 134 (May 5, 197 5) 

20 IBLA 216 (May 8, 1975) 

22 IBLA 191 (Oct. 15, 1975) 
22 IBLA 213 (Oct. 15, 1975) 

22 IBLA 266 (Oct. 30, 1975) 

23 IBLA 88 (Dec. 16, 1975) 
23 IBLA 174 (Dec. 31, 1975) 

23 IBLA 304 (Jan. 16, 1976) 

24 IBLA 85; 83 I.D. 47 (1976) 

31 IBLA 389 (Aug. 19, 1977) 

32 IBLA 106 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

38 IBLA 160 (Dec. 5, 1978) 

40 IBLA 34 (Mar. 15, 1979) 

41 IBLA 85 (June 4, 1979) 
41 IBLA 132 (June 14, 1979) 
41 IBLA 372 (July 23, 1979) 

41 IBLA 382 (July 23, 1979) 

42 IBLA 260 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

4 IBMA 74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 

5 IBMA 231; 82 I.D. 553 (1975) 

5 IBMA 306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 

6 IBMA 100; 83 I.D. 108 (1976) 
553 et se^. D-78-3 (Nov. 15, 1977) 



TITLE 5 (Continued) 

sec. 553(a)(2) 22 IBLA 213 (Oct. 15, 1975) 

22 IBLA 266 (Oct. 30, 1975) 

23 IBLA 304 (Jan. 16, 1976) 

31 IBLA 389 (Aug. 19, 1977) 
41 IBLA 85 (June 4, 1979) 
41 IBLA 372 (July 23, 1979) 

553(b)(3) 32 IBLA 106 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

553(d) 31 IBLA 374 (Aug. 5, 1977) 

32 IBLA 106 (Sept. 12, 1977) 
553(e) 5 IBMA 185; 82 I.D. 506 (1975) 

5 IBMA 306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 

554 6 IBIA i96 ; 84 I.D. 938 (1977) 

20 IBLA 348 (June 11, 1975) 

24 IBLA 39 (Feb. 19, 1976) 

25 IBLA 50 (May 14, 1976) 
25 IBLA 153 (June 10, 1976) 

30 IBLA 112 (May 2, 1977) 

31 IBLA 61 (June 23, 1977) 

33 IBLA 277 (Jan. 5, 1978) 

34 IBLA 164 (Mar. 14, 1978) 
41 IBLA 98 (June 4, 1979) 

4 IBMA 1; 82 I.D. 22 (1975) 

4 IBMA 74; 82 I.D. 102 (1975) 

5 IBMA 74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 

6 IBMA 288; 83 I.D. 329 (1976) 

7 IBMA 120 (Dec. 9, 1976) 

8 IBMA 31 (June 30, 1977) 
554 et seq. 39 IBLA 8 (Jan. 8, 1979) 

40 IBLA 34 (Mar. 15, 1979) 

554(a)(i) 26 IBLA 1 (July 6, 1976) 

554(b) 4 IBMA 198; 82 I.D. 264 (1975) 

554(b)(3) 5 IBMA 259; 82 I.D. 578 (1975) 

554(d) 21 IBLA 266; 82 I.D. 377 (1975) 

22 IBLA 358; 82 I.D. 546 (1975) 

32 IBLA 174; 84 I.D. 475 (1977) 

35 IBLA 202 (May 24, 1978) 

554-556 40 IBLA 34 (Mar. 15, 1979) 

555(b) 24 IBLA 324; 83 I.D. 185 (1976) 

33 IBLA 395 (Jan. 30, 1978) 
37 IBLA 153 (Oct. 5, 1978) 

37 IBLA 251; 85 I.D. 396 (1978) 

556 4 IB ia 154 (Oct. 8, 1975) 

7 IBIA 271 (Nov. 20, 1979) 

20 IBLA 352 (June 11, 1975) 

23 IBLA 226 (Jan. 9, 1976) 

29 IBLA 185 (Mar. 18, 1977) 

30 IBLA 42 (Apr. 18, 1977) 
30 IBLA 112 (May 2, 1977) 
32 IBLA 46 (Sept. 2, 1977) 
32 IBLA 263 (Sept. 27, 1977) 
35 IBLA 202 (May 24, 1978) 

37 IBLA 80 (Sept. 22, 1978) 

4 IBMA 224; 82 I.D. 277 (1975) 

556 et seq. 26 IBLA 356 (Sept. 8, 1976) 

556(cT 21 IBLA 363; 82 I.D. 414 (1975) 

32 IBLA 155 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

43 IBLA 363 (Oct. 29, 1979) 

556(c)(8) 19 IBLA 9; 82 I.D. 68 (1975) 

29 IBLA 333 (Mar. 31, 1977) 

556(d) 7 IBIA 53 (Apr. 25, 1978) 

20 IBLA 38 (Apr. 17, 1975) 

29 IBLA 333 (Mar. 31, 1977) 

32 IBLA 155 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

32 IBLA 174; 84 I.D. 475 (1977) 

38 IBLA 262 (Dec. 8, 1978) 

39 IBLA 272; 86 I.D. 133 (1979) 
43 IBLA 122 (Sept. 26, 1979) 

43 IBLA 363 (Oct. 29, 1979) 

4 IBMA 74; 82 I.D. 102 (1975) 

4 IBMA 88; 82 I.D. Ill (1975) 

4 IBMA 241; 82 I.D. 284 (1975) 

6 IBMA 28; 83 I.D. 59 (1976) 

1 IBSMA 293; 86 I.D. 656 (1979) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 5 (Continued) 



TITLE 15 (Continued) 



556(e) 6 IBMA 100; 83 I.D. 108 (1976) 

37 IBLA 346 (Oct. 27, 1978) 

557 7 IBIA 271 (Nov. 20, 1979) 

7 IBIA 286 (Nov. 28, 1979) 

19 IBLA 9; 82 I.D. 68 (1975) 

22 IBLA 358; 82 I.D. 546 (1975) 

23 IBLA 349 (Jan. 21, 1976) 

28 IBLA 314 (Jan. 14, 1977) 

29 IBLA 333 (Mar. 31, 1977) 
32 IBLA 29 (Aug. 31, 1977) 

4 IBMA 52; 82 I.D. 89 (1975) 

1 IBSMA 105; 86 I.D. 201 (1979) 

557(b) 22 IBLA 358; 82 I.D. 546 (1975) 

24 IBLA 324; 83 I.D. 185 (1976) 
29 IBLA 333 (Mar. 31, 1977) 

557(c) 6 IBIA 10 (Jan. 27, 1977) 

7 IBIA 53 (Apr. 25, 1978) 

7 IBIA 271 (Nov. 20, 1979) 

34 IBLA 44 (Feb. 16, 1978) 

558 37 IBLA 251; 85 I.D. 396 (1978) 

558(c) 37 IBLA 251; 85 I.D. 396 (1978) 

559 5 IB MA 306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 

701(a)(2) 22 IBLA 213 (Oct. 15, 1975) 

24 IBLA 58 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

701-706 28 IBLA 153; 83 I.D. 564 (1976) 

4 IBMA 139; 82 I.D. 221 (1975) 

6 IBMA 100; 83 I.D. 108 (1976) 

706 25 IBLA 220 (June 21, 1976) 

706(1) 33 IBLA 395 (Jan. 30, 1978) 

706(2)(A) 34 IBLA 222 (Mar. 27, 1978) 

1007(b) 32 IBLA 29 (Aug. 31, 1977) 

3105 37 IBLA 80 (Sept. 22, 1978) 

3109 IBCA-1159-7-77; 85 I.D. 41 

(1978) 



sec. 136 24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

136r(b) 24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

136r(c) 24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

901-924 35 IBLA 279; 85 I.D. 186 (1978) 

921 et seq. 35 IBLA 279; 85 I.D. 186 (1978) 

1012a 30 IBLA 74 (Apr. 18, 1977) 

40 IBLA 317 (Apr. 30, 1979) 
1033 et seq . 24 IBLA 218 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

TITLE 8: 

sec. 1359 7 IBIA 240 (Oct. 23, 1979) 

TITLE 10: 

sec. 2668 38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

2668-2669 38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

2669 38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

2669(a) 38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

7421 et seq. 21 IBLA 228 (July 31, 1975) 

22 IBLA 90 (Sept. 22, 1975) 



TITLE 11: 

sec. 701 et seq. 34 IBLA 103 (Feb. 27, 1978) 



1 et^ seq . 34 IBLA 73; 85 I.D. 70 (1978) 

265 34 IBLA 73; 85 I.D. 70 (1978) 

391 34 IBLA 73; 85 I.D. 70 (1978) 

392 34 IBLA 73; 85 I.D. 70 (1978) 



sec. 713 et seq. 29 IBLA 234 (Mar. 25, 1977) 

1703(11(1) 30 IBLA 388; 84 I.D. 282 (1977) 



1 37 IBLA 381 (Nov. 6, 1978) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1 et seq. 37 IBLA 381 (Nov. 6, 1978) 

la-2(h) M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

lb 35 IBLA 183; 85 I.D. 140 (1978) 

lc M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

2-4 37 ibla 381 (Nov. 6, 1978) 

3 35 IBLA 183; 85 I.D. 140 (1978) 

5 32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 



TITLE 15: 
sec. 77a 



7a 



17b 

17J-2 — 
17j-2(g) 
20 



■36914 
■36914 
■36914 
IBLA 183; 



I.D. 553 (1979) 
I.D. 553 (1979) 
I.D. 553 (1979) 
85 I.D. 140 (1978) 



M-36914; 86 I, 
M-36914; 86 I. 



553 (1979) 
553 (1979) 



■35 IBLA 183; 85 I.D. 140 (1978) 



I.D. 



20 e_t seq . 

20a 

21 

22 



553 (1979) 
86 I.D. 197 



I.D. 553 (1979) 
I.D. 553 (1979) 
85 I.D. 140 (1978) 
I.D. 553 (1979) 



M-36914; 86 

IBCA-1232-12-78 

(1979) 

M-36914; 86 

M-36914; 86 

35 IBLA 183; 

M-36914; 86 

32 35 IBLA 183; 85 I.D. 140 (1978) 

41 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

43 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

45a 35 IBLA 183; 

45d 35 IBLA 183; 

49 et seq. 24 IBLA 39 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

55 35 IB LA 183; 85 I.D. 140 (1978) 

80d M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

90 18 IBLA 407 (Feb. 10, 1975) 

24 IBLA 289 (Apr. 1, 1976) 
32 IBLA 155 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

90a 24 IBLA 289 (Apr. 1, 1976) 

90a-l 24 IBLA 289 (Apr. 1, 1976) 

90b-l 24 IBLA 289 (Apr. 1, 1976) 



85 I.D. 
85 I.D. 



140 (1978) 
140 (1978) 



90c M-36914 

91-93 M-36914 

121 M-36914 

123 M-36914 

158 M-36914 

160-160k - 
217 et seq 



86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
- 3 OHA 97 (July 31, 1979) 
35 IBLA 108 (May 15, 1978) 



245 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

264 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

273 42 IBLA 74 (Aug. 13, 1979) 

420 32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

431 21 IBLA 392 (Aug. 27, 1975) 

22 IBLA 97 (Sept. 22, 1975) 

24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

25 IBLA 311 (June 29, 1976) 

26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 1976) 

27 IBLA 38 (Sept. 22, 1976) 

28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 (1976) 
30 IBLA 220 (May 26, 1977) 

39 IBLA 137 (Jan. 29, 1979) 
41 IBLA 105 (June 11, 1979) 

431 e£ seq. 28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 (1976) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

431-433 40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 

432 26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 1976) 

28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 (1976) 
30 IBLA 220 (May 26, 1977) 
41 IBLA 105 (June 11, 1979) 

433 22 IBLA 97 (Sept. 22, 1975) 

459a-! M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

459c-459c-7 2 OHA 35 (Sept. 9, 1976) 



-35 IBLA 32 (May 8, 1978) 



460a-2 
460k — 
460k-l 



M-36914 
M-36914 
M-36914 



I.D. 553 (1979) 
I.D. 553 (1979) 
I.D. 553 (1979) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 16 (Continued) 



TITLE 16 (Continued) 



sec. 460k-l - 460k-4 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
4601-4 et seq. -22 IBLA 182 (Oct. 7, 1975) 

460m-5 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

460m-8 37 IBLA 381 (Nov. 6, 1978) 

460m-8 et_ se£.--37 IBLA 381 (Nov. 6, 1978) 

460m-9 37 IBLA 381 (Nov. 6, 1978) 

460m-12 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

460m-13 37 IBLA 381 (Nov. 6, 197 8) 

460n 22 IBLA 331 (Nov. 10, 1975) 

460n-3 26 IBLA 197 (Aug. 11, 1976) 

28 IBLA 305 (Jan. 13, 1977) 

36 IBLA 53 (June 30, 1978) 

37 IBLA 272 (Oct. 20, 1978) 

40 IBLA 126 (Mar. 28, 1979) 
460q et seq^. —34 IBLA 44 (Feb. 16, 1978) 

4608-5 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

460u 3 OHA 145 (Nov. 2, 1979) 

460y 25 IBLA 287; 83 I.D. 249 (1976) 

460y-7 25 IBLA 287; 83 I.D. 249 (1976) 

460aa 43 IBLA 84 (Sept. 19, 1979) 

460aa et sej. —40 IBLA 297 (Apr. 27, 1979) 

460aa-9 40 IBLA 297 (Apr. 27, 1979) 

43 IBLA 84 (Sept. 19, 1979) 

460bb-3 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

460hh et se£. —29 IBLA 33 (Feb. 10, 1977) 

461 20 IBLA 54 (Apr. 24, 197 5) 

24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

24 IBLA 181 (Mar. 16, 1976) 

28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 (1976) 

461 et sej. 18 IBLA 359 (Jan. 30, 1975) 

24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 
28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 

(1976) 
30 IBLA 220 (May 26, 1977) 

461-467 21 IBLA 392 (Aug. 27, 1975) 

22 IBLA 97 (Sept. 22, 1975) 

26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 1976) 

27 IBLA 38 (Sept. 22, 1976) 

28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 
(1976) 

30 IBLA 220 (May 26, 1977) 

38 IBLA 361 (Dec. 29, 1978) 

41 IBLA 105 (June 11, 1979) 
462 25 IBLA 311 (June 29, 1976) 

28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 
(1976) 

464 25 IBLA 311 (June 29, 1976) 

28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 
(1976) 

469 26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 1976) 

28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 

(1976) 
41 IBLA 105 (June 11, 1979) 

469-469c 26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 1976) 

28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 
(1976) 

40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 

41 IBLA 105 (June 11, 1979) 
469a-l 28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 

(1976) 

40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 
469a-l(a) 26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 1976) 

28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 
(1976) 

41 IBLA 105 (June 11, 1979) 

469a-l(b) 40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 

469a-2(a) 26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 1976) 

28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 

(1976) 
41 IBLA 105 (June 11, 1979) 

469b 26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 1976) 

470 24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 
(1976) 

470 et seq^. 40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 

470-470b 43 IBLA 259 (Oct. 15, 1979) 



18, 1979) 
18, 1979) 
1979); 



470-470m 40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 

470a(a)(l) 40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 

470c-470n 43 IBLA 259 (Oct. 15, 1979) 

470d 40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 

470f 40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 

M-36917 (Dec. 6, 
87 I.D. 27 (1980) 

470s M-36917 (Dec. 6, 1979); 

87 I.D. 27 (1980) 

471 et seq. 20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 

472 18 IBLA 379 (Jan. 30, 1975) 

473 M-36911; 86 I.D. 151 (1979) 

478 24 IBLA 289 (Apr. 1, 1976) 

478a 30 IBLA 74 (Apr. 18, 1977) 

40 IBLA 317 (Apr. 30, 1979) 

485 42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

4 86 42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

506-508 20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 

508b 20 IBLA 149 (May 5, 1975) 

523 32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

532-538 32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

594 39 IBLA 205 (Feb. 2, 1979) 

594-1 39 IBLA 205 (Feb. 2, 1979) 

661 43 IB LA 235 (Oct. 10, 1979) 

M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 
661 et sej. 24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

661-666c M-36895; 84 I.D. 403 (1977) 

662(d) M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

668 24 IBLA 391 (May 3, 1976) 

668 et seq. 24 IBLA 391 (May 3, 1976) 

668(a) 24 IBLA 391 (May 3, 1976) 

668(d)(1)- 
668dd 



- M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
■43 IBLA 110 (Sept. 24, 1979) 



M-36914 

668dd-668ee M-36914 

668dd(b)(l) M-36914 

668dd(c) - 



668dd(d) — 
668dd(d)(2) 



I.D. 553 (1979) 
I.D. 553 (1979) 
I.D. 553 (1979) 
43 IBLA 110 (Sept. 24, 1979) 
43 IBLA 235 (Oct. 10, 1979) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
43 IBLA 110 (Sept. 24, 1979) 



M-36914 

668dd(i) M-36914 

671-697a M-36914 

694 M-36914 

715a 



86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
20 IBLA 333 (June 11, 1975) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

715s(f) M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

718 20 IBLA 333 (June 11, 1975) 

718d M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

718d(b) 20 IBLA 333 (June 11, 1975) 

718d(c) 20 IBLA 333 (June 11, 1975) 

748 30 IBLA 388; 84 I.D. 282 

(1977) 

791 24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

42 IBLA 260 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

791 et seq. 31 IBLA 357 (July 25, 1977) 

791a et seq. 22 IBLA 342 (Nov. 14, 1975) 

791a-823 43 IBLA 382 (Oct. 31, 1979) 

792 et seq. M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

M-36915; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 
M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 
4 ANCAB 24; 86 I.D. 663 

(1979) 

20 IBLA 341 (June 11, 

21 IBLA 181 (July 25, 

21 IBLA 199 (July 30, 

22 IBLA 266 (Oct. 30, 
24 IBLA 5 (Feb. 4, 1976) 
24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 
31 IBLA 242 (July 18, 1977) 

31 IBLA 357 (July 25, 1977) 

32 IBLA 305 (Sept. 30, 1977) 

41 IBLA 382 (July 23, 1979) 

42 IBLA 59 (Aug. 2, 1979) 



797a 

800(b) - 
811 



1975) 
1975) 
1975) 
1975) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 16 (Continued) 



TITLE 16 (Continue 



sec. 818 (Continued) 

42 IBLA 260 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

43 IBLA 245 (Oct. 10, 1979) 
M-36735 (Supp.); 83 I.D. 346 

(1976) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

832 M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

832a M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

832a(b) M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

832a(f) M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

832b M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

832-832J. M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

835d M-36887; 84 I.D. 72 (1977) 

838-838k M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

838g M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

838i M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

838i(a) M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

838i(b) M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

838i(c) M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

1001 et seq. M-36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

1131 23 IBLA 102 (Dec. 23, 1975) 

24 IBLA 210 (Mar. 23, 1976) 

42 IBLA 190 (Aug. 22, 1979) 
M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1131 et seq. 22 IBLA 328 (Nov. 10, 1975) 

23 IBLA 102 (Dec. 23, 1975) 
37 IBLA 153 (Oct. 5, 1978) 

41 IBLA 253 (June 28, 1979) 
M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1131-1136 22 IBLA 97 (Sept. 22, 1975) 

43 IBLA 115 (Sept. 24, 1979) 

1131(a) M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1131(c) 42 IBLA 164 (Aug. 17, 1979) 

42 IBLA 190 (Aug. 22, 1979) 
M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1132 41 IBLA 253 (June 28, 1979) 

M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 
1132(b) 41 IBLA 253 (June 28, 1979) 

M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 
1132(c) 41 IBLA 253 (June 28, 1979) 

M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1132(d) M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1133(a) M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1133(b) M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1133(c) 22 IBLA 328 (Nov. 10, 1975) 

M-36910; 86 I.D 89 (1979) 

1133(d)(2) M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1133(d)(3) 23 IBLA 102 (Dec. 23, 1975) 

24 IBLA 12; 83 I.D. 33 (1976) 

24 IBLA 210 (Mar. 23, 1976) 
M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1133(d)(5) M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1133(d)(7) M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1271 25 IBLA 171 (June 14, 1976) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
1271 et seq. 24 IBLA 5 (Feb. 4, 1976) 

25 IBLA 150 (June 10, 1976) 
29 IBLA 107 (Feb. 23, 1977) 
33 IBLA 116 (Dec. 16, 1977) 

36 IBLA 84 (July 12, 1978) 

37 IBLA 387 (Nov. 6, 1978) 
39 IBLA 390 (Feb. 28, 1979) 

1271-1287 19 IBLA 191 (Mar. 18, 1975) 

21 IBLA 289 (Aug. 11, 1975) 
23 IBLA 102 (Dec. 23, 1975) 

43 IBLA 153 (Sept. 28, 1979) 

44 IBLA 216 (Dec. 11, 1979) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1272 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1273 36 IBLA 84 (July 12, 1978) 

1273(b) 29 IBLA 107 (Feb. 23, 197 7) 

1274 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1275 36 IBLA 84 (July 12, 1978) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 



sec. 1275(a) 19 IBLA 97 (Mar. 4, 1975) 

19 IBLA 191 (Mar. 18, 1975) 
21 IBLA 289 (Aug. 11, 1975) 

23 IBLA 102 (Dec. 23, 1975) 
29 IBLA 107 (Feb. 23, 1977) 
39 IBLA 390 (Feb. 28, 1979) 

1275-1276 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1276(a) 29 IBLA 107 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

36 IBLA 84 (July 12, 1978) 
1276(a)(9) 24 IBLA 5 (Feb. 4, 1976) 

24 IBLA 128 (Mar. 3, 1976) 

25 IBLA 150 (June 10, 1976) 

1276(a) (10) 25 IBLA 150 (June 10, 1976) 

1276(a) (11) 25 IBLA 150 (June 10, 1976) 

1276(a) (15) 25 IBLA 150 (June 10, 1976) 

1276(a)(41) 25 IBLA 171 (June 14, 1976) 

1276(a) (43) 25 IBLA 150 (June 10, 1976) 

1276(a)(44) 25 IBLA 150 (June 10, 1976) 

1276(a)(47) 25 IBLA 150 (June 10, 1976) 

1276(a) (49) 25 IBLA 150 (June 10, 1976) 

1276(b) 29 IBLA 107 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

1276(d) 19 IBLA 191 (Mar. 18, 1975) 

21 IBLA 289 (Aug. 11, 1975) 

23 IBLA 102 (Dec. 23, 1975) 

1277 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1278 36 IBLA 84 (July 12, 1978) 

1278(b) 24 IBLA 5 (Feb. 4, 1976) 

24 IBLA 128 (Mar. 3, 1976) 

25 IBLA 171 (June 14, 1976) 
36 IBLA 84 (July 12, 1978) 

1278(b) (i) 36 IBLA 84 (July 12, 1978) 

39 IBLA 390 (Feb. 28, 1979) 

1279(b) 24 IBLA 5 (Feb. 4, 1976) 

25 IBLA 171 (June 14, 1976) 
29 IBLA 107 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

1280 24 IBLA 128 (Mar. 3, 1976) 

25 IBLA 150 (June 10, 1976) 

36 IBLA 84 (July 12, 1978) 
1280(b) 25 IBLA 150 (June 10, 1976) 

39 IBLA 390 (Feb. 28, 1979) 

1281(a) 29 IBLA 107 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

1284(b) M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1284(c) M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1284(g) 29 IBLA 107 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

1331 26 IBLA 257 (Aug. 18, 1976) 

1331-1340 26 IBLA 257 (Aug. 18, 1976) 

26 IBLA 320 (Aug. 30, 1976) 
29 IBLA 4 (Feb. 7, 1977) 

39 IBLA 272; 86 I.D. 133 (1979) 

1332(c) M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1333 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1333 e^ seq . M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1335 26 IBLA 320 (Aug. 30, 1976) 

39 IBLA 381 (Feb. 28, 1979) 

1338(a) 29 IBLA 4 (Feb. 7, 1977) 

1338a 39 IBLA 381 (Feb. 28, 1979) 

1531-1543 M-36895; 84 I.D. 403 (1977) 

1531(b) M-36905; 85 I.D. 275 (1978) 

1536 M-36895; 84 I.D. 403 (1977) 

M-36905; 85 I.D. 275 (1978) 

1600 et seq. 42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

1601 42 IBLA 26 (July 26, 1979) 

1901 30 IBLA 333 (June 7, 1977) 

37 IBLA 381 (Nov. 6, 1978) 
44 IBLA 297 (Dec. 31, 1979) 

1901-1912 43 IBLA 363 (Oct. 29, 1979) 

44 IBLA 297 (Dec. 31, 1979) 

1902 et seq. 29 IBLA 33 (Feb. 10, 1977) 

1907 43 IBLA 210; 86 I.D. 538 (1979) 

44 IBLA 220 (Dec. 11, 1979) 

TITLE 18: 

sec. 203 M-36883; 83 I.D. 131 (1976) 

205 M-36883; 83 I.D. 131 (1976) 

207 M-36883; 83 I.D. 131 (1976) 

208 24 IBLA 58 (Feb. 23, 1976) 



United States Codes 



CLXXVII 



TITLE 18 (Continued) 



TITLE 25 (Continued) 



431 24 IBLA 58 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

431-433 24 IBLA 58 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

432 24 IBLA 58 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

434 24 IBLA 58 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

501 22 IBLA 143 (Sept. 30, 1975) 

31 IBLA 167 (July 5, 1977) 
1001 26 IBLA 160 (Aug. 4, 1976) 

27 IBLA 317; 83 I.D. 533 (1976) 

27 IBLA 330; 83 I.D. 538 (1976) 

28 IBLA 1 (Nov. 5, 1976) 
28 IBLA 79 (Nov. 12, 1976) 
28 IBLA 300 (Jan. 10, 1977) 

31 IBLA 24 (June 20, 1977) 

32 IBLA 118 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

33 IBLA 102 (Dec. 16, 1977) 

34 IBLA 160 (Mar. 10, 1978) 
36 IBLA 349 (Aug. 28, 1978) 

39 IBLA 211; 86 I.D. 80 (1979) 

40 IBLA 53 (Mar. 16, 1979) 
40 IBLA 100 (Mar. 27, 1979) 
43 IBLA 14 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

43 IBLA 74 (Sept. 19, 1979) 

44 IBLA 99 (Nov. 20, 1979) 
44 IBLA 136 (Nov. 30, 1979) 

1151 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

1162 M-36907; 85 I.D. 433 (1978) 

1341 22 IBLA 336 (Nov. 11, 1975) 

1162 M-36887; 84 I.D. 72 (1977) 

1162(b) M-36887; 84 I.D. 72 (1977) 

1165 M-36887; 84 I.D. 7 2 (197 7) 

3243 ■ M-36907; 85 I.D. 433 (1978) 



101(a) — 
103(b)(1) 



120(a) 

120(f) 

120(g) 

125(c) 

131 

131(b) 

131(b)-131(k) 

131(h) 

203 

208 

217(c) 

317 



317(c) 





IBIA 


299 


86 I.D. 


680 


(1979) 




IBIA 


299; 


86 I.D. 


680 


(1979) 


20 


IBLA 


261, 


82 I.D. 


242 


(1975) 




IBIA 


299; 


86 I.D. 


680 


(1979) 




IBIA 


299, 


86 I.D. 


680 


(1979) 




IBIA 


299; 


86 I.D. 


680 


(1979) 




IBIA 


299, 


86 I.D. 


680 


(1979) 




IBIA 


299; 


86 I.D. 


680 


(1979) 




IBIA 


299, 


86 I.D. 


680 


(1979) 




IBIA 


299; 


86 I.D. 


680 


(1979) 




IBIA 


299; 


86 I.D. 


680 


(1979) 




IBIA 


299; 


86 I.D. 


680 


(1979) 




IBIA 


299; 


86 I.D. 


680 


(1979) 




IBIA 


299; 


86 I.D. 


680 


(1979) 


■20 


IBLA 


261; 


82 I.D. 


242 


(1975) 


29 


IBLA 


210 


(Mar. 22 


, 1977) 


31 


IBLA 


389 


(Aug. 19 


, 1977) 


20 


IBLA 


261; 


82 I.D. 


242 


(1975) 



sec. 47 
TITLE 25: 



7 IBIA 83 (Aug. 8, 1978) 



1 

Ka) 

2 

47 



131(g) 
177 — 

194 

202 — 
257 — 
311 — 



IBIA 240 (Oct. 

IBIA 240 (Oct. 

IBIA 240 (Oct. 

IBIA 242 (Nov. 

IBIA 240 (Oct. 

IBIA 299; 86 I 
M-36896; 8 
7 IBIA 188 
6 IBIA 17; 
6 IBIA 196 
M-36908; 8 



312-318 M-36886; 84 



325 

327 

331 e_t seq . 
331-348 



23, 1979) 
23, 1979) 
23, 1979) 
5, 1976) 
23, 1979) 
D. 680 (1979) 
I.D. 905 (1977) 
86 I.D. 425 (1979) 
4 I.D. 68 (1977) 
84 I.D. 938 (1977) 
I.D. 3 (1979) 
I.D. 1 (1977) 
M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

- 6 IBIA 196; 84 I.D. 938 (1977) 
-29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 

■ 5 IBIA 61; 83 I.D. 145 (1976) 

- M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 



331-358 7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 

332 7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 

334 20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 

21 IBLA 85 (June 27, 1975) 

22 IBLA 205 (Oct. 15, 1975) 

25 IBLA 229 (June 21, 1976) 

26 IBLA 194 (Aug. 11, 1976) 
29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 
32 IBLA 280 (Sept. 27, 1977) 
35 IBLA 19 (May 5, 1978) 

39 IBLA 141 (Jan. 29, 1979) 
43 IBLA 130 (Sept. 26, 1979) 

336 20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 

29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 

337 21 IBLA 85 (June 27, 1975) 

32 IBLA 280 (Sept. 27, 1977) 
35 IBLA 19 (May 5, 1978) 
39 IBLA 399 (Mar. 2, 1979) 

339 4 IBIA 263; 82 I.D. 640 (1975) 

348 5 IBIA 61; 83 I.D. 145 (1976) 

6 IBIA 47 (Apr. 1, 1977) 

6 IBIA 75; 84 I.D. 187 (1977) 

7 IBIA 100; 85 I.D. 438 (1978) 
7 IBIA 240 (Oct. 23, 1979) 

7 IBIA 254 (Oct. 25, 1979) 
7 IBIA 286 (Nov. 28, 1979) 
M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 
349 5 IBIA 61 . 83 I#D> 145 (1976) 

7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 
28 IBLA 13 (Feb. 8, 1977) 
352 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

354 4 IBIA i 89 . 82 LD . 541 (1975) 

357 7 IBIA 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 

371 4 IBIA 263; 82 I.D. 640 (1975) 

5 IBIA 174 (Sept. 2, 1976) 

5 IBIA 270 (Dec. 17, 1976) 
7 IBIA 53 (Apr. 25, 1978) 

372 4 IBIA 263; 82 I.D. 640 (1975) 

6 IBIA 52 (May 4, 1977) 

7 IBIA 53 (Apr. 25, 1978) 

7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 
7 IBIA 240 (Oct. 23, 1979) 
7 IBIA 254 (Oct. 25, 1979) 
7 IBIA 271 (Nov. 20, 1979) 

372-373 7 IBIA 286 (Nov. 28, 1979) 

372-1 6 IBIA 52 (May 4, 1977) 

372a 4 IBIA 97; 82 I.D. 341 (1975) 

6 IBIA 52 (May 4, 1977) 

7 IBIA 171 (July 31, 1979) 
373 4 IBIA 12; 82 I.D. 169 (1975) 

5 IBIA 162; 83 I.D. 306 (1976) 

5 IBIA 270 (Dec. 17, 1976) 

6 IBIA 17; 84 I.D. 68 (1977) 
6 IBIA 47 (Apr. 1, 1977) 

6 IBIA 144 (Sept. 9, 1977) 

7 IBIA 53 (Apr. 25, 1978) 

7 IBIA 164 (June 29, 1979) 
7 IBIA 240 (Oct. 23, 1979) 
7 IBIA 261 (Oct. 30, 1979) 

373a 7 IBIA 224 (Oct. 15, 1979) 

377 7 IBIA 271 (Nov. 20, 1979) 

380 3 IBIA 224; 82 I.D. 19 (1975) 

4 IBIA 255 (Dec. 22, 1975) 

386a M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

393 4 IBIA 205, 82 I.D. 568 (1975) 

396 29 IBLA 13 (Feb. 8, 1977) 

396a M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

396a et seq. —19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975) 

396a-396f M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

M-36896 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 181 
(1979) 

396a-396g 19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975) 

396b M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

396c M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

396d 28 IBLA 13 (Feb. 8, 1977) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 25 (Continued) 



■19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975) 

M-36896 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 18 
(1979) 

■ M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 
M-36896 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 18 

(1979) 

■ M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 



398a 

398a-398e 



398d 
399 - 



400 — 
403b - 
403c - 
406(a) 



M-36896 (Supp.) 
(1979) 

- M-36896; 84 I.D 

- M-36896 (Supp.) 

(1979) 
•- M-36896 (Supp.) 

(1979) 
-- M-36887 

- M-36886 
M-36896 
M-36908 

- M-36896 

- 4 

- 4 



86 I.D. 18 



905 (1977) 
86 I.D. 18 



I.D. 18 



84 I.D. 
84 I.D. 



72 (1977) 
1 (1977) 
I.D. 905 (1977) 
I.D. 3 (1979) 
I.D. 905 (1977) 
IBIA 255 (Dec. 22, 1975) 
IBIA 255 (Dec. 22, 1975) 



8h 



1 IBIA 36 (Mar. 17, 1978) 



413 — 7 IBIA 36 (Mar. 17, 1978) 

415 7 IB i A 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 

450 et_ seq. 5 IBIA 242 (Nov. 5, 1976) 

461 et seq. 4 IBIA 189; 82 I.D. 541 (1975) 

7 IBIA 11; 85 I.D. 31 (1978) 

461-478 M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

461-486 7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 

7 IBIA 212 (Sept. 12, 1979) 

462 7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 

463 37 IBLA 313 (Oct. 25, 1978) 

44 IBLA 1 (Nov. 6, 1979) 



463(a) 


M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 








5 IBIA 20 (Feb. 4, 1976) 




5 IBIA 72; 83 I.D. 170 (1976) 




6 IBIA 52 (May 4, 1977) 




6 IBIA 75; 34 I.D. 187 (1977) 




7 IBIA 212 (Sept. 12, 1979) 


464 et seq. - 


6 IBIA 52 (May 4, 1977) 




7 IBIA 212 (Sept. 12, 1979) 






476 


4 IBIA 1; 82 I.D. 119 (1975) 



478 
483 



497 

501 et_ seq . 

571-577 

575 



608 

608(a)(1) 
608(d) — 

611 

621 



4 IBIA 134; 82 I.D. 452 (1975) 
7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 
M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

- 4 IBIA 228 (Nov. 25, 1975) 
M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

■ 4 IBIA 228 (Nov. 25, 1975) 

- 4 IBIA 189; 82 I.D. 541 (1975) 

6 IBIA 36; 84 I.D. 97 (1977) 

7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 
■21 IBLA 116 (June 30, 1975) 

■ 4 IBIA 189; 82 I.D. 541 (1975) 
■19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975) 

-19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975) 

- 3 IBIA 243; 82 I.D. 55 (1975) 

5 IBIA 96; 83 I.D. 209 (1976) 

5 IBIA 113; 83 I.D. 216 (1976) 

6 IBIA 156; 84 I.D. 854 (1977) 

7 IBIA 43 (Mar. 31, 1978) 
7 IBIA 148 (June 1, 1979) 

• 7 IBIA 22 (Feb. 17, 1978) 

- 7 IBIA 22 (Feb. 17, 1978) 

■ 7 IBIA 22 (Feb. 17, 1978) 
-19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975) 
-30 IBLA 14 (Apr. 4, 1977) 



791-807 7 IBIA 116 (Feb. 14, 1979) 



1301 et_ seq. 

1301-1303 

1302 



1321-1322 -- 

1360(b) 

1401 

1401 et_ seq . 



M-36887; 84 I.D. 72 (1977) 
M-36907; 85 I.D. 433 (1978) 

6 IBIA 98 (June 2, 1977) 

7 IBIA 92 (Aug. 17, 1978) 

7 IBIA 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 
6 IBIA 47 (Apr. 1, 1977) 
3 IBIA 266 (Feb. 25, 1975) 
3 IBIA 266 (Feb. 25, 1975) 



TITLE 26: 

sec. 611 25 IBLA 287; 83 I.D. 249 (1976) 

TITLE 28: 

sec. 451 IBCA-1159-7-77; 85 I.D. 41 

(1978) 

510 3 ANCAB 219; 86 I.D. 257 (1979) 

512 24 IBLA 58 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

1360 M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

1491 IBCA-1153-5-77; 84 I.D. 969 

(1977) 

1927 IBCA-1159-7-77; 85 I.D. 41 

(1978) 

2409a 44 IBLA 110 (Nov. 27, 1979) 

2415(a) 34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 

2415(c) 34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 

2516 IBCA-1020-2-74 6. 

IBCA-1033-4-74; 84 I.D. 495 
(1977) 
IBCA-1048-11-74; 84 I.D. 407 
(1977) 
2671-2680 39 IBLA 81 (Jan. 24, 1979) 

TITLE 29: 

sec. 141 et se£. 6 IBMA 28; 83 I.D. 59 (1976) 

143 6 IBMA 28; 83 I.D. 59 (1976) 

7 IBMA 172; 83 I.D. 710 (1976) 

158(a)(4) 8 IBMA 164; 84 I.D. 877 (1977) 

160(b) 8 IBMA 164; 84 I.D. 877 (1977) 

651 et seq . IBCA-1080-10-75 ; 83 I.D. 43 

(1976) 
4 IBMA 198; 82 I.D. 264 (1975) 

652 6 IBMA 351; 83 I.D. 409 (1976) 

653 6 IBMA 351; 83 I.D. 409 (1976) 

653(b)(1) IBCA-1080-10-75; 83 I.D. 43 

(1976) 
653(b)(2) ■ IBCA-1080-10-75; 83 I.D. 43 

(1976) 

654 6 IBMA 351; 83 I.D. 409 (1976) 

654(a)(1) IBCA-1 139-1-77; 84 I.D. 296 

(1977) 
655 IBCA-1080-10-75; 83 I.D. 43 

(1976) 
655(a) IBCA-1080-10-75; 83 I.D. 43 

(1976) 

657 6 IBMA 351; 83 I.D. 409 (1976) 

667 IBCA-1080-10-75; 83 I.D. 43 

(1976) 



162 (Mar. 30, 1979) 
185; 82 I.D. 506 (1975) 
187; 83 I.D. 609 (1976) 
210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 
357; 84 I.D. 137 (1977) 
145 (Sept. 12, 1977) 
326 (Apr. 7, 1975) 
41 (Dec. 2, 1975) 
378 (Feb. 4, 1976) 
34 (Feb. 17, 1976) 
287; 83 I.D. 249 (1976) 
65 (Sept. 29, 1976) 
357; 84 I.D. 137 (1977) 
8 (June 15, 1977) 
285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 
95 (May 15, 1978) 
349 (June 19, 1978) 
300 (Dec. 14, 1978) 
388; 84 I.D. 282 (1977) 
233 (Mar. 27, 1978) 
30 (Mar. 15, 1979) 
339 (May 10, 1979) 
121 (Nov. 27, 1979) 
74 (Aug. 13, 1979) 



TITLE 30: 








sec. 4 et 


seq. 


40 


IBLA 








IBMA 
IBLA 


21 — 




28 






29 


IBLA 






29 


IBLA 






32 


IBLA 


21 et 


seq. 


19 


IBLA 






23 


IBLA 






23 


IBLA 






24 


IBLA 






25 


IBLA 






27 


IBLA 






29 


IBLA 






31 


IBLA 






34 


IBLA 






35 


IBLA 






35 


IBLA 






38 


IBLA 


21a - 




30 


IBLA 






34 


IBLA 






40 


IBLA 






40 


IBLA 






44 


IBLA 


21-47 




42 


IBLA 



United States Codes 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 



sec. 21-54 



-36 IBLA 144 (July 26, 1978) 

37 IBLA 153 (Oct. 5, 1978) 

M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 

-18 IBLA 368 (Jan. 30, 1975) 

24 IBLA 289 (Apr. 1, 1976) 

25 IBLA 77 (June 1, 1976) 

25 IBLA 287; 83 I.D. 249 (1976) 

28 IBLA 187; 83 I.D. 609 (1976) 

29 IBLA 7 (Feb. 8, 1977) 

29 IBLA 128 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

29 IBLA 333 (Mar. 31, 1977) 

29 IBLA 357; 84 I.D. 137 (1977) 

30 IBLA 388; 84 I.D. 282 (1977) 

31 IBLA 8 (June 15, 1977) 
31 IBLA 43 (June 21, 1977) 

31 IBLA 173 (July 5, 1977) 

32 IBLA 145 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

33 IBLA 61 (Dec. 5, 1977) 

34 IBLA 31 (Feb. 14, 1978) 

34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 

37 IBLA 68 (Sept. 18, 1978) 

37 IBLA 381 (Nov. 6, 1978) 

39 IBLA 8 (Jan. 8, 1979) 

40 IBLA 297 (Apr. 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 74 (Aug. 13, 1979) 

43 IBLA 84 (Sept. 19, 1979) 



23 (Continued) 



22 e£ seq . 



43 IBLA 363 (Oct. 


29, 1979) 


M-36910; 86 I.D. 


89 (1979) 


M-36893 (Supp.); 


86 I.D. 627 


(1979) 




■18 IBLA 368 (Jan. 


30, 1975) 


19 IBLA 9; 82 I.D 


. 68 (1975) 


20 IBLA 352 (June 


11, 1975) 


21 IBLA 296 (Aug. 


11, 1975) 


21 IBLA 363; 82 I 


.D. 414 (1975) 


23 IBLA 41 (Dec. 


2, 1975) 


23 IBLA 226 (Jan. 


9, 1976) 


24 IBLA 354 (Apr. 


26, 1976) 


25 IBLA 21 (May 5 


, 1976) 



25 IBLA 136 (June 7, 1976) 

26 IBLA 131 (July 30, 1976) 

29 IBLA 357; 84 I.D. 137 (1977) 

30 IBLA 42 (Apr. 18, 1977) 

30 IBLA 388; 84 I.D. 282 (1977) 

31 IBLA 72; 84 I.D. 309 (1977) 

32 IBLA 46 (Sept. 2, 1977) 

32 IBLA 248 (Sept. 21, 1977) 

33 IBLA 121 (Dec. 19, 1977) 
33 IBLA 153 (Dec. 19, 1977) 
33 IBLA 248 (Jan. 5, 1978) 
33 IBLA 301 (Jan. 10, 1978) 

33 IBLA 380 (Jan. 25, 1978) 

34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 

35 IBLA 4 (May 3, 1978) 

35 IBLA 240 (May 30, 1978) 

36 IBLA 130 (July 25, 1978) 
36 IBLA 148 (July 31, 1978) 
36 IBLA 213 (Aug. 3, 1978) 
36 IBLA 316 (Aug. 23, 1978) 

36 IBLA 358 (Aug. 31, 1978) 

37 IBLA 7 (Sept. 6, 1978) 



37 IBLA 68 (Sept. 18, 
37 IBLA 277 (Oct. 20, 

37 IBLA 313 (Oct. 25, 

38 IBLA 97 (Nov. 20, 
38 IBLA 101 (Nov. 20, 
38 IBLA 214; 85 I.D. 



1978) 

1978) 

1978) 
1978) 

1978) 
441 (1978) 



39 IBLA 88 (Jan. 26, 1979) 



2 2-47 
2 3 — 



39 IBLA 390 (Jan. 

40 IBLA 297 (Apr. 
40 IBLA 309 (Apr. 

43 IBLA 276 (Oct. 

44 IBLA 297 (Dec. 
-38 IBLA 300 (Dec. 

M-36889; 84 I.D. 

-24 IBLA 289 (Apr. 

25 IBLA 1 (May 5, 



1979) 
1979) 
1979) 
1979) 
1979) 
1978) 
I (1977) 

1976) 



27 IBLA 99 (Sept. 29, 1976) 
29 IBLA 185 (Mar. 18, 1977) 
32 IBLA 263 (Sept. 27, 1977) 
36 IBLA 171 (July 31, 1978) 
38 IBLA 390 (Jan. 8, 1979) 
42 IBLA 74 (Aug. 13, 1979) 



42 IBLA 313 (Aug. 
-25 IBLA 1 (May 5, 
29 IBLA 185 (Mar. 



29, 1979) 
1976) 
18, 1977) 



35 IBLA 349 (June 19, 1978) 
M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 
(1979) 

27 43 IB LA 84 (Sept. 19, 1979) 

28 19 IBLA 82 (Mar. 3, 1975) 

25 IBLA 1 (May 5, 1976) 

32 IBLA 46 (Sept. 2, 1977) 
34 IBLA 103 (Feb. 27, 1978) 

34 IBLA 362 (May 1, 1978) 

35 IBLA 240 (May 30, 1978) 

36 IBLA 65 (June 30, 1978) 

37 IBLA 1 (Sept. 6, 1978) 
39 IBLA 8 (Jan. 8, 1979) 

39 IBLA 337 (Feb. 28, 1979) 

40 IBLA 173 (Apr. 3, 1979) 

42 IBLA 338 (Aug. 30, 1979) 

43 IBLA 10 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

43 IBLA 210; 86 I.D. 538 (1979) 
43 IBLA 250 (Oct. 10, 1979) 
M-36889; 84 I.D. 188 (1977) 
M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 
28-1 37 IBLA 1 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

41 IBLA 142 (June 14, 1979) 

42 IBLA 296 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 383 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

43 IBLA 10 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
28b 29 IBLA 165 (Mar. 9, 1977) 

34 IBLA 103 (Feb. 27, 1978) 

35 IBLA 117 (May 15, 1978) 

36 IBLA 4 (June 27, 1978) 

36 IBLA 65 (June 30, 1978) 
39 IBLA 75 (Jan. 24, 1979) 

28b-28c 20 IBLA 12 (Apr. 14, 1975) 

32 IBLA 22 (Aug. 30, 1977) 

39 IBLA 75 (Jan. 24, 1979) 
28b-28e 29 IBLA 165 (Mar. 9, 1977) 

32 IBLA 22 (Aug. 30, 1977) 
28c 32 IBLA 22 (Aug. 30, 1977) 

38 IBLA 178 (Dec. 6, 1978) 

40 IBLA 158 (Mar. 30, 1979) 
29 19 iBLA 82 (Mar. 3, 1975) 

23 IBLA 319 (Jan. 19, 1976) 

26 IBLA 378 (Sept. 9, 1976) 

30 IBLA 388; 84 I.D. 282 (1977) 

37 IBLA 68 (Sept. 18, 1978) 

38 IBLA 390 (Jan. 8, 1979) 

42 IBLA 364 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
30 23 IBLA 319 (Jan. 19, 1976) 

35 IBLA 349 (June 19, 1978) 
38 IBLA 390 (Jan. 8, 1979) 

43 IBLA 35 (Sept. 12, 1979) 
35 32 iBLA 263 (Sept. 27, 1977) 

34 IBLA 15 (Feb. 10, 1978) 

37 IBLA 233 (Oct. 18, 1978) 

38 IBLA 390 (Jan. 8, 1979) 

39 IBLA 8 (Jan. 8, 1979) 

44 IBLA 289 (Dec. 26, 1979) 
36 37 IBLA 233 (Oct. 18, 1978) 

39 IBLA 337 (Feb. 28, 1979) 
44 IBLA 142 (Nov. 30, 1979) 
44 IBLA 289 (Dec. 26, 1979) 

3 7 38 IBLA 390 (Jan. 8, 1979) 

38 18 IBLA 379 (Jan. 30, 1975) 

19 IBLA 82 (Mar. 3, 1975) 

19 IBLA 255 (Mar. 31, 1975) 

20 IBLA 30 (Apr. 16, 1975) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 

sec. 38 (Continued) 

23 IBLA 41 (Dec. 2, 1975) 
23 IBLA 319 (Jan. 19, 1976) 
26 IBLA 223 (Aug. 17, 1976) 
26 IBLA 356 (Sept. 8, 1976) 

28 IBLA 246 (Dec. 20, 1976) 

29 IBLA 357; 84 I.D. 137 (1977) 
32 IBLA 145 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

32 IBLA 305 (Sept. 30, 1977) 

33 IBLA 187; 84 I.D. 990 (1977) 

35 IBLA 240 (May 30, 1978) 

37 IBLA 233 (Oct. 18, 1978) 

38 IBLA 390 (Jan. 8, 1979) 

39 IBLA 337 (Feb. 28, 1979) 
42 IBLA 44 (July 31, 1979) 
42 IBLA 296 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 364 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

43 IBLA 210; 86 I.D. 538 (1979) 

43 IBLA 390 (Oct. 31, 1979) 

44 IBLA 25 (Nov. 6, 1979) 

39 37 IB LA 233 (Oct. 18, 1978) 

42 26 IBLA 356 (Sept. 8, 1976) 

32 IBLA 145 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

32 IBLA 155 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

33 IBLA 326 (Jan. 16, 1978) 
33 IBLA 380 (Jan. 25, 1978) 

36 IBLA 219 (Aug. 8, 1978) 

40 IBLA 244 (Apr. 16, 1979) 
40 IBLA 297 (Apr. 27, 1979) 
42 IBLA 206 (Aug. 22, 1979) 
44 IBLA 253 (Dec. 19, 1979) 

42(a) 33 IBLA 326 (Jan. 16, 1978) 

33 IBLA 380 (Jan. 25, 1978) 
36 IBLA 219 (Aug. 8, 1978) 

42(b) 33 IBLA 380 (Jan. 25, 1978) 

36 IBLA 219 (Aug. 8, 1978) 

49a M-36911; 86 I.D. 151 (1979) 

51 25 IBLA 287; 83 I.D. 249 (1976) 

52 25 IBLA 287; 83 I.D. 249 (1976) 

54 35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

M-36909; 86 I.D. 28 (1979) 

71 36 IBLA 219 (Aug. 8, 1978) 

M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 

71 et seq. 35 IBLA 212 (May 26, 1978) 

71-74 19 IBLA 350; 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 

71-77 M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 

72 M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 

M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 
(1979) 

76 36 IBLA 219 (Aug. 8, 1978) 

81 35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

38 IBLA 340 (Dec. 20, 1978) 
M-36909; 86 I.D. 28 (1979) 

83 29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 

83-85 35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

38 IBLA 85 (Nov. 15, 1978) 

85 38 IBLA 340 (Dec. 20, 1978) 

90 38 IBLA 85 (Nov. 15, 1978) 

110(b) 8 IBMA 164; 84 I.D. 877 (1977) 

121 21 IBLA 190 (July 28, 1975) 

33 IBLA 160 (Dec. 20, 1977) 

121 et seq. 29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 

33 IBLA 160 (Dec. 20, 1977) 

121-123 20 IBLA 365 (June 12, 1975) 

35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 
38 IBLA 85 (Nov. 15, 1978) 

121-124 41 IBLA 248 (June 27, 1979) 

122 33 IBLA 160 (Dec. 20, 1977) 

123 29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 

124 24 IBLA 135 (Mar. 8, 1976) 

161 19 IBLA 326 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

21 IBLA 166 (July 22, 1975) 
25 IBLA 199 (June 16, 1976) 
28 IBLA 13 (Nov. 8, 1976) 
31 IBLA 72; 84 I.D. 309 (1977) 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 
sec. 161 (Continued) 

37 IBLA 277 (Oct. 20, 1978) 

38 IBLA 214; 85 I.D. 441 (1978) 
38 IBLA 390 (Jan. 8, 1979) 

M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 
(1979) 
162 23 IBLA 41 (Dec. 2, 1975) 

28 IBLA 13 (Nov. 8, 1976) 

29 IBLA 132 (Feb. 23, 1977) 



181 e* seq. — 



31 


IBLA 


150 


84 I 


D. 


342 (1977) 


—19 


IBLA 


245 


(Mar. 


28, 


1975) 


24 


IBLA 


159 


(Mar. 


15 


1976) 


29 


IBLA 


310 


(Mar. 


30, 


1977) 


31 


IBLA 


72; 


84 I. 


). 309 (1977) 


31 


IBLA 


290 


(July 


22, 


1977) 


32 


IBLA 


170 


(Sept 


. i: 


, 1977) 


33 


IBLA 


237 


(Dec. 


28 


1977) 


35 


IBLA 43 


May 9 


, 1978) 


37 


IBLA 


52 


Sept. 


18 


1978) 


37 


IBLA 


91 


Sept. 


22 


1978) 


37 


IBLA 


367 


85 I 


.D. 


403 (1978) 


38 


IBLA 


130 


(Nov. 


22 


1978) 


39 


IBLA 


43 


Jan. 


16, 


1979) 


42 


IBLA 


345 


(Aug. 


31 


1979) 


M-3692C 


(Dec. 11 


, 1979); 


87 I.I 


. 69 (1980) 




—19 


IBLA 


235 


(Mar. 


26 


1975) 


19 


IBLA 


245 


(Mar. 


28 


1975) 


19 


IBLA 


261 


(Mar. 


31 


1975) 


20 


IBLA 


1 (Apr. 14, 1975) 


20 


IBLA 


59; 


82 I. 


D. 174 (1975) 


20 


IBLA 


134 


(May 


5, 1975) 


20 


IBLA 


333 


(June 


11 


1975) 


21 


IBLA 


2 54 


(Aug. 


11 


1975) 


22 


IBLA 


52 


Sept. 


17 


1975) 


22 


IBLA 


172 


(Sept 


. 30, 1975) 


22 


IBLA 


172 


(Sept 


. 30, 1975) 


22 


IBLA 


313 


(Nov. 


10 


1975) 


23 


IBLA 


41 


(Dec. 


2, 


L975) 


23 


IBLA 


142 


(Dec. 


23 


1975) 


24 


IBLA 


28 


(Feb. 


11, 


1976) 


24 


IBLA 


135 


(Mar. 


8, 


1976) 


24 


IBLA 


210 


(Mar. 


23 


1976) 


24 


IBLA 


221 


(Mar. 


24 


1976) 


24 


IBLA 


271 


(Mar. 


30 


1976) 


24 


IBLA 


301 


(Apr. 


1, 


1976) 


25 


IBLA 


57 


(May 20, 


L976) 


25 


IBLA 


160 


(June 


14 


1976) 


28 


IBLA 


187 


; 83 I 


.D. 


609 (1976) 


28 


IBLA 353 


(Jan. 


24 


1977) 


28 


IBLA 


394 


; 84 I 


.D. 


91 (1977) 


29 


IBLA 97 


(Feb. 


23, 


1977) 


29 


IBLA 


170 


(Mar. 


14 


1977) 


29 


IBLA 


210 


(Mar. 


22 


1977) 


30 


IBLA 


259 


(May 


31, 


1977) 


30 


IBLA 


290 


(June 


1, 


1977) 


31 


IBLA 


13 


(June 


17, 


1977) 


31 


IBLA 


72; 


84 I. 


D. 


J09 (1977) 


31 


IBLA 


150 


; 84 I 


.D. 


342 (1977) 


32 


IBLA 


13 


(Aug. 


29, 


1977) 


32 


IBLA 


106 


(Sept 


. 12, 1977) 


34 


IBLA 53 


(Feb. 


16, 


1978) 


34 


IBLA 


274 


(Apr. 


11 


1978) 


34 


IBLA 285 


; 85 I 


.D. 


171 (1978) 


35 


IBLA 


212 


(May 


26, 


1978) 


35 


IBLA 


221 


; 85 I 


.0. 


154 (1978) 


36 


IBLA 


313 


(Aug. 


23 


1978) 


38 


IBLA 


85 


(Nov. 


15, 


1978) 


38 


IBLA 


281 


(Dec. 


13 


1978) 


39 


IBLA 


137 


(Jan. 


29 


, 1979) 


40 


IBLA 


280 


(Apr. 


18 


, 1979) 


41 


IBLA 


174 


(June 


22 


, 1979) 


41 


IBLA 


248 


(June 


27 


, 1979) 


41 


IBLA 367 


(July 


23 


, 1979) 


41 


IBLA 


394 


; 86 I 


.D. 


374 (1979) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 



181-263 19 IBLA 320 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

33 IBLA 83 (Dec. 8, 1977) 
181-287 27 IBLA 4 (Sept. 17, 1976) 

27 IBLA 46 (Sept. 23, 1976) 

42 IBLA 333 (Aug. 30, 1979) 

43 IBLA 67 (Sept. 19, 1979) 
43 IBLA 98 (Sept. 20, 1979) 

M-36888; 84 I.D. 54 (1977) 
M-36888 (Supp.); 84 I.D. 64 

(1977) 
M-36890; 84 I.D. 244 (1977) 

182 19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975) 

M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 
(1979) 

184 40 IBLA 397 (May 14, 1979) 

41 IBLA 291 (June 28, 1979) 

184(b) 39 IBLA 161 (Jan. 29, 1979) 

184(b)(1) 39 IBLA 161 (Jan. 29, 1979) 

184(b)(2) 39 IBLA 161 (Jan. 29, 1979) 

184(d) 30 IBLA 212 (May 20, 1977) 

184(d)(1) 30 IBLA 212 (May 20, 1977) 

38 IBLA 130 (Nov. 22, 1978) 
40 IBLA 53 (Mar. 16, 1979) 

184(h) 19 IBLA 235 (Mar. 26, 1975) 

22 IBLA 261 (Oct. 24, 1975) 
22 IBLA 336 (Nov. 11, 1975) 
25 IBLA 306; 83 I.D. 247 (1976) 

184(h)(1) 28 IBLA 394; 84 I.D. 91 (1977) 

39 IBLA 161 (Jan. 29, 1979) 
184(h)(2) 21 IBLA 160 (July 21, 1975) 

21 IBLA 163 (July 21, 1975) 
25 IBLA 269 (June 24, 1976) 
30 IBLA 118 (May 2, 1977) 

37 IBLA 162 (Oct. 10, 1978) 

39 IBLA 49 (Jan. 16, 1979) 

40 IBLA 397 (May 14, 1979) 

41 IBLA 231 (June 27, 1979) 
41 IBLA 291 (June 28, 1979) 

M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 
(1979) 
184(i) 21 IBLA 160 (July 21, 1975) 

21 IBLA 163 (July 21, 1975) 

38 IBLA 285 (Dec. 13, 1978) 
41 IBLA 231 (June 27, 1979) 

185 38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 

185(c)(2) 38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

185U) 38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

185(q) 38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

185(t) 38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

186 24 IBLA 135 (Mar. 8, 1976) 

38 IBLA 85 (Nov. 15, 1978) 

187 21 IBLA 66 (June 25, 1975) 

32 IBLA 329 (Oct. 11, 1977) 
M-36890; 84 I.D. 244 (1977) 

187a 22 IBLA 52 (Sept. 17, 1975) 

30 IBLA 179 (May 19, 1977) 
32 IBLA 325 (Oct. 11, 1977) 
36 IBLA 42 (June 30, 1978) 

40 IBLA 134 (Mar. 29, 1979) 

41 IBLA 188 (June 22, 1979) 
43 IBLA 94 (Sept. 19, 1979) 

187b 35 IBLA 361 (June 23, 1978) 

188 21 IBLA 312; 82 I.D. 386 (1975) 

22 IBLA 130 (Sept. 26, 1975) 
24 IBLA 73 (Feb. 24, 1976) 

24 IBLA 121 (Mar. 1, 1976) 

25 IBLA 160 (June 14, 1976) 

26 IBLA 327 (Aug. 30, 1976) 
26 IBLA 348 (Sept. 7, 1976) 

28 IBLA 355 (Jan. 31, 1977) 

28 IBLA 394; 84 I.D. 91 (1977) 

30 IBLA 290 (June 1, 1977) 

31 IBLA 296 (July 22, 1977) 

32 IBLA 333 (Oct. 18, 1977) 

33 IBLA 231 (Dec. 28, 1977) 



sec. 188 (Continued) 

34 IBLA 53 (Feb. 16, 1978) 

36 IBLA 42 (June 30, 1978) 

38 IBLA 319 (Dec. 19, 1978) 

38 IBLA 347 (Dec. 22, 1978) 
40 IBLA 272 (Apr. 18, 1979) 
42 IBLA 148 (Aug. 16, 1979) 
42 IBLA 235 (Aug. 22, 1979) 
44 IBLA 261 (Dec. 19, 1979) 

188 et seq. 30 IBLA 179 (May 19, 1977) 

188(75" 28 IBLA 394; 84 I.D. 91 (1977) 

34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 

39 IBLA 161 (Jan. 29, 1979) 
M-36888; 84 I.D. 54 (1977) 

188(b) 18 IBLA 323 (Jan. 6, 1975) 

18 IBLA 404 (Feb. 10, 1975) 

18 IBLA 420 (Feb. 12, 1975) 

19 IBLA 230 (Mar. 25, 1975) 
19 IBLA 261 (Mar. 31, 1975) 
19 IBLA 280 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

19 IBLA 307 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

20 IBLA 146 (May 5, 1975) 
20 IBLA 206 (May 8, 1975) 
20 IBLA 280 (May 22, 1975) 
20 IBLA 322 (June 6, 1975) 

20 IBLA 361 (June 12, 1975) 

21 IBLA 69 (June 25, 1975) 
21 IBLA 144 (July 15, 1975) 
21 IBLA 287 (Aug. 11, 1975) 

21 IBLA 312; 82 I.D. 386 (1975) 

21 IBLA 336 (Aug. 18, 1975) 

22 IBLA 1 (Sept. 4, 1975) 
22 IBLA 6 (Sept. 4, 1975) 
22 IBLA 47 (Sept. 16, 1975) 
22 IBLA 95 (Sept. 22, 1975) 
22 IBLA 130 (Sept. 26, 1975) 
22 IBLA 175 (Sept. 30, 1975) 
22 IBLA 270 (Oct. 30, 1975) 
22 IBLA 277 (Oct. 30, 1975) 

22 IBLA 309 (Nov. 10, 1975) 

23 IBLA 148 (Dec. 23, 1975) 
23 IBLA 224 (Jan. 8, 1976) 

23 IBLA 370 (Jan. 23, 1976) 

24 IBLA 70 (Feb. 24, 1976) 
24 IBLA 73 (Feb. 24, 1976) 
24 IBLA 81 (Feb. 25, 1976) 
24 IBLA 98 (Feb. 25, 1976) 
24 IBLA 105 (Mar. 1, 1976) 
24 IBLA 117 (Mar. 1, 1976) 
24 IBLA 255 (Mar. 29, 1976) 
24 IBLA 269 (Mar. 29, 1976) 
24 IBLA 306 (Apr. 5, 1976) 

24 IBLA 352 (Apr. 23, 1976) 

25 IBLA 54 (May 18, 1976) 
25 IBLA 61 (May 28, 1976) 
25 IBLA 64 (May 28, 1976) 
25 IBLA 147 (June 8, 1976) 
25 IBLA 160 (June 14, 1976) 
25 IBLA 241 (June 22, 1976) 
25 IBLA 280 (June 25, 1976) 

25 IBLA 319 (June 30, 1976) 

26 IBLA 87 (July 19, 1976) 
26 IBLA 91 (July 19, 1976) 
26 IBLA 106 (July 26, 1976) 
26 IBLA 119 (July 26, 1976) 
26 IBLA 169 (Aug. 4, 1976) 
26 IBLA 188 (Aug. 10, 1976) 

26 IBLA 348 (Sept. 7, 1976) 

27 IBLA 360 (Nov. 4, 1976) 

28 IBLA 91 (Nov. 12, 1976) 
28 IBLA 129 (Nov. 19, 1976) 
28 IBLA 132 (Nov. 19, 1976) 
28 IBLA 272 (Dec. 20, 1976) 
28 IBLA 282 (Dec. 27, 1976 
28 IBLA 289 (Dec. 27, 1976) 



CLXXXII 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 
sec. 188(b) (Continued) 



United States Codes 

TITLE 30 (Continued) 



i) 




sec. 188(c 


28 IBLA 


394; 84 ] 


.D. 91 (1977) 




29 IBLA 


30 (Feb. 


8, 1977) 




29 IBLA 


74 (Feb. 


23, 1977) 




29 IBLA 


81 (Feb. 


23, 1977) 




29 IBLA 


141 (Mar. 


4, 1977) 




29 IBLA 


154 (Mar 


4, 1977) 




29 IBLA 


247 (Mar. 


25, 1977) 




30 IBLA 


11 (Apr. 


4, 1977) 




30 IBLA 


18 (Apr. 


7, 1977) 




30 IBLA 


26 (Apr. 


11, 1977) 




30 IBLA 


28 (Apr. 


11, 1977) 




30 IBLA 


146 (May 


16, 1977) 




30 IBLA 


153 (May 


16, 1977) 




30 IBLA 


227 (May 


26, 1977) 




30 IBLA 


262 (May 


31, 1977) 




30 IBLA 


290 (June 


1, 1977) 




30 IBLA 


379 (June 


10, 1977) 




31 IBLA 


39 (June 


21, 1977) 




31 IBLA 


296 (July 


22, 1977) 




32 IBLA 


93 (Sept 


12, 1977) 




32 IBLA 


293 (Sept 


. 28, 1977) 




32 IBLA 


369 (Oct 


31, 1977) 




33 IBLA 


22 (Nov. 


22, 1977) 




33 IBLA 


53 (Nov. 


25, 1977) 




33 IBLA 


63 (Dec. 


5, 1977) 




33 IBLA 


271 (Jan 


5, 1978) 




34 IBLA 


53 (Feb. 


16, 1978) 




34 IBLA 


68 (Feb. 


22, 1978) 




34 IBLA 


73; 85 I. 


D. 70 (1978) 




35 IBLA 


58 (May 10, 1978) 




35 IBLA 


73 (May 12, 1978) 




35 IBLA 


143 (May 


22, 1978) 




35 IBLA 


177 (May 


23, 1978) 




35 IBLA 


180 (May 


23, 1978) 




35 IBLA 


265 (June 


2, 1978) 




35 IBLA 


297 (June 


2, 1978) 




35 IBLA 


302 (June 


2, 1978) 




36 IBLA 


42 (June 


30, 1978) 




36 IBLA 


70 (June 


30, 1978) 




36 IBLA 


81 (July 


12, 1978) 




36 IBLA 


157 (July 


31, 1978) 




36 IBLA 


191 (Aug. 


3, 1978) 




36 IBLA 


2 57 (Aug. 


15, 1978) 




36 IBLA 


268 (Aug. 


17, 1978) 




37 IBLA 


52 (Sept. 


18, 1978) 




37 IBLA 


269 (Oct. 


19, 1978) 




37 IBLA 


377 (Nov. 


6, 1978) 




37 IBLA 


392 (Nov. 


8, 1978) 




38 IBLA 


254 (Dec. 


8, 1978) 




38 IBLA 


275 (Dec. 


13, 1978) 




38 IBLA 


291 (Dec. 


14, 1978) 




38 IBLA 


315 (Dec. 


19, 1978) 




38 IBLA 319 (Dec. 


19, 1978) 




39 IBLA 


161 (Jan. 


29, 1979) 




40 IBLA 


114 (Mar. 


27, 1979) 




40 IBLA 


134 (Mar. 


29, 1979) 




40 IBLA 


147 (Mar. 


29, 1979) 




40 IBLA 


272 (Apr. 


18, 1979) 




41 IBLA 


185 (June 


22, 1979) 




42 IBLA 


148 (Aug. 


16, 1979) 




42 IBLA 


284 (Aug. 


27, 1979) 




42 IBLA 


235 (Aug. 


22, 1979) 




42 IBLA 


304 (Aug. 


27, 1979) 




43 IBLA 


63 (Sept. 


18, 1979) 




43 IBLA 


323 (Oct. 


29, 1979) 




43 IBLA 


255 (Oct. 


10, 1979) 




43 IBLA 


360 (Oct. 


29, 1979) 




44 IBLA 


99 (Nov. 


20, 1979) 




44 IBLA 


133 (Nov. 


27, 1979) 




44 IBLA 


171 (Nov. 


30, 1979) 




44 IBLA 


181 (Nov. 


30, 1979) 




44 IBLA 


188 (Nov. 


30, 1979) 




44 IBLA 


230 (Dec. 


11, 1979) 





18 IBLA 


323 (Jan. 6, 1975) 


18 IBLA 


390 (Feb. 6, 1975) 


18 IBLA 


404 (Feb. 10, 1975) 


18 IBLA 


420 (Feb. 12, 1975) 


19 IBLA 


53 (Feb. 21, 1975) 


19 IBLA 


188 (Mar. 18, 1975) 


19 IBLA 


261 (Mar. 31, 1975) 


19 IBLA 


280 (Apr. 7, 1975) 


19 IBLA 


305 (Apr. 7, 1975) 


19 IBLA 


307 (Apr. 7, 1975) 


20 IBLA 


146 (May 5, 1975) 


20 IBLA 


206 (May 8, 1975) 


20 IBLA 


280 (May 22, 1975) 


20 IBLA 


322 (June 6, 1975) 


20 IBLA 


361 (June 12, 1975) 


20 IBLA 


383 (June 12, 1975) 


21 IBLA 


69 (June 25, 1975) 


21 IBLA 


287 (Aug. 11, 1975) 


21 IBLA 


312; 82 I.D. 386 (1975) 


21 IBLA 


336 (Aug. 18, 1975) 


22 IBLA 


1 (Sept. 4, 1975) 


22 IBLA 


47 (Sept. 16, 1975) 


22 IBLA 


95 (Sept. 22, 1975) 


22 IBLA 


130 (Sept. 26, 1975) 


22 IBLA 


175 (Sept. 30, 1975) 


22 IBLA 


309 (Nov. 10, 1975) 


23 IBLA 


148 (Dec. 23, 1975) 


23 IBLA 


224 (Jan. 8, 1976) 


23 IBLA 


370 (Jan. 23, 1976) 


24 IBLA 


70 (Feb. 24, 1976) 


24 IBLA 


81 (Feb. 25, 1976) 


24 IBLA 


98 (Feb. 25, 1976) 


24 IBLA 


105 (Mar. 1, 1976) 


24 IBLA 


117 (Mar. 1, 1976) 


24 IBLA 


121 (Mar. 1, 1976) 


24 IBLA 


251; 83 I.D. 106 (1976) 


24 IBLA 


255 (Mar. 29, 1976) 


24 IBLA 


269 (Mar. 29, 1976) 


24 IBLA 


352 (Apr. 23, 1976) 


25 IBLA 


54 (May 18, 1976) 


25 IBLA 


61 (May 28, 1976) 


25 IBLA 


147 (June 8, 1976) 


25 IBLA 


160 (June 14, 1976) 


25 IBLA 


241 (June 22, 1976) 


25 IBLA 


280 (June 25, 1976) 


25 IBLA 


319 (June 30, 1976) 


26 IBLA 


87 (July 19, 1976) 


26 IBLA 


91 (July 19, 1976) 


26 IBLA 


106 (July 26, 1976) 


26 IBLA 


169 (Aug. 4, 1976) 


26 IBLA 


188 (Aug. 10, 1976) 


27 IBLA 


360 (Nov. 4, 1976) 


28 IBLA 


91 (Nov. 12, 1976) 


28 IBLA 


129 (Nov. 19, 1976) 


28 IBLA 


132 (Nov. 19, 1976) 


28 IBLA 


272 (Dec. 20, 1976) 


28 IBLA 


282 (Dec. 27, 1976) 


28 IBLA 


289 (Dec. 27, 1976) 


28 IBLA 


394; 84 I.D. 91 (1977) 


29 IBLA 


81 (Feb. 23, 1977) 


29 IBLA 


114 (Feb. 23, 1977) 


29 IBLA 


141 (Mar. 4, 1977) 


29 IBLA 


182 (Mar. 18, 1977) 


30 IBLA 


26 (Apr. 11, 1977) 


30 IBLA 


146 (May 16, 1977) 


30 IBLA 


153 (May 16, 1977) 


30 IBLA 


227 (May 26, 1977) 


30 IBLA 


262 (May 31, 1977) 


30 IBLA 


290 (June 1, 1977) 


32 IBLA 


93 (Sept. 12, 1977) 


32 IBLA 


293 (Sept. 28, 1977) 


32 IBLA 


296 (Sept. 28, 1977) 


32 IBLA 


325 (Oct. 11, 1977) 


32 IBLA 


369 (Oct. 31, 1977) 


33 IBLA 


63 (Dec. 5, 1977) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 



:c. 188(c) (Continued) 





33 IBLA 135 (Dec. 19, 1977) 




33 IBLA 231 (Dec. 28, 1977) 




33 IBLA 285 (Jan. 5, 1978) 




34 IBLA 53 (Feb. 16, 1978) 




34 IBLA 68 (Feb. 22, 1978) 




34 IBLA 132 (Mar. 8, 1978) 




34 IBLA 316 (Apr. 24, 1978) 




34 IBLA 350 (Apr. 26, 1978) 




35 IBLA 58 (May 10, 1978) 




35 IBLA 73 (May 12, 1978) 




35 IBLA 143 (May 22, 1978) 




35 IBLA 177 (May 23, 1978) 




35 IBLA 180 (May 23, 1978) 




35 IBLA 265 (June 2, 1978) 




35 IBLA 302 (June 2, 1978) 




36 IBLA 32 (June 27, 1978) 




36 IBLA 39 (June 27, 1978) 




36 IBLA 42 (June 30, 1978) 




36 IBLA 70 (June 30, 1978) 




36 IBLA 81 (July 12, 1978) 




36 IBLA 191 (Aug. 3, 1978) 




36 IBLA 268 (Aug. 17, 1978) 




36 IBLA 311 (Aug. 21, 1978) 




36 IBLA 331 (Aug. 28, 1978) 




36 IBLA 379 (Aug. 31, 1978) 




37 IBLA 184 (Oct. 11, 1978) 




37 IBLA 269 (Oct. 19, 1978) 




37 IBLA 377 (Nov. 6, 1978) 




37 IBLA 392 (Nov. 8, 1978) 




38 IBLA 115 (Nov. 20, 1978) 




38 IBLA 254 (Dec. 8, 1978) 




38 IBLA 275 (Dec. 13, 1978) 




38 IBLA 291 (Dec. 14, 1978) 




38 IBLA 315 (Dec. 19, 1978) 




39 IBLA 405 (Mar. 2, 1979) 




40 IBLA 5 (Mar. 6, 1979) 




40 IBLA 114 (Mar. 27, 1979) 




40 IBLA 134 (Mar. 29, 1979) 




40 IBLA 147 (Mar. 29, 1979) 




41 IBLA 49 (May 29, 1979) 




41 IBLA 185 (June 22, 1979) 




41 IBLA 188 (June 22, 1979) 




41 IBLA 367 (July 23, 1979) 




42 IBLA 148 (Aug. 16, 1979) 




42 IBLA 235 (Aug. 22, 1979) 




42 IBLA 284 (Aug. 27, 1979) 




42 IBLA 304 (Aug. 27, 1979) 




43 IBLA 19 (Sept. 11, 1979) 




43 IBLA 63 (Sept. 18, 1979) 




43 IBLA 96 (Sept. 20, 1979) 




43 IBLA 255 (Oct. 10, 1979) 




43 IBLA 323 (Oct. 29, 1979) 




43 IBLA 360 (Oct. 29, 1979) 




44 IBLA 21 (Nov. 6, 1979) 




44 IBLA 99 (Nov. 20, 1979) 




44 IBLA 133 (Nov. 27, 1979) 




44 IBLA 188 (Nov. 30, 1979) 




44 IBLA 230 (Dec. 11, 1979) 




1 SEC. 13; 85 I.D 89 (1978) 


188(d) 


. — 9 ft TUT A TQA • ft A T T*\ Ql M Q77^ 




io IdLA jyH , o£* i.U. 7l \Ly/f) 




30 IBLA 290 (June 1, 1977) 

— — ———— Of! THTA 9 A ft ^Min It i Q7c\ 




ZU IBLA ZHO v nay ID, ly/D) 




22 IBLA 52 (Sept. 17, 1975) 




24 IBLA 278 (Mar. 30, 1976) 




25 IBLA 269 (June 24, 1976) 




25 IBLA 306; 83 I.D. 247 (1976) 




29 IBLA 170 (Mar. 14, 1977) 




30 IBLA 376 (June 10, 1977) 




31 IBLA 217 (July 6, 1977) 




32 IBLA 199 (Sept. 16, 1977) 




33 IBLA 339 (Jan. 16, 1978) 




36 IBLA 304 (Aug. 21, 1978) 




37 IBLA 195 (Oct. 12, 1978) 




37 IBLA 387 (Nov. 6, 1978) 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 

sec. 189 (Continued) 

38 IBLA 23; 85 I.D. 408 (1978) 
40 IBLA 144 (Mar. 29, 1979) 

42 IBLA 333 (Aug. 30, 1979) 

43 IBLA 375 (Oct. 31, 1979) 
M-36890; 84 I.D. 244 (1977) 
M-36909; 86 I.D. 28 (1979) 

191 3 ANCAB 11; 85 I.D. 219 (1978) 

192 20 IBLA 248 (May 16, 1975) 

38 IBLA 182 (Dec. 6, 1978) 

193 31 IBLA 72; 84 I.D. 309 (1977) 

31 IBLA 150; 84 I.D. 342 (1977) 
M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 

201 37 IBLA 251; 85 I.D. 396 (1978) 

40 IBLA 339 (May 10, 1979) 

201 et seq. 41 IBLA 139 (June 14, 1979) 

M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

201(a) 18 IBLA 342 (Jan. 13, 1975) 

20 IBLA 125 (Apr. 28, 1975) 
M-36890; 84 I.D. 244 (1977) 
M-36909; 86 I.D. 28 (1979) 

201(a)(1) M-36909; 86 I.D. 28 (1979) 

201(b) 18 IBLA 320 (Jan. 6, 1975) 

22 IBLA 60 (Sept. 18, 1975) 
25 IBLA 186 (June 14, 1976) 
31 IBLA 61 (June 23, 1977) 

34 IBLA 139 (Mar. 10, 1978) 

35 IBLA 172 (May 23, 1978) 

35 IBLA 247; 85 I.D. 161 (1978) 

35 IBLA 262 (May 31, 1978) 

36 IBLA 334 (Aug. 28, 1978) 

37 IBLA 18 (Sept. 12, 1978) 

37 IBLA 251; 85 I.D. 396 (1978) 
M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 
M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 

(1979) 
M-36894; 84 I.D. 415 (1977) 
M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 
87 I.D. 69 (1980) 

201-209 43 IBLA 170 (Sept. 28, 1979) 

203 22 IBLA 139 (Sept. 26, 1975) 

23 IBLA 1 (Nov. 25, 1975) 

31 IBLA 290 (July 22, 1977) 

32 IBLA 13 (Aug. 29, 1977) 

33 IBLA 3 (Nov. 14, 1977) 
36 IBLA 62 (June 30, 1978) 

204 23 IBLA 1 (Nov. 25, 1975) 

31 IBLA 290 (July 22, 1977) 

32 IBLA 170 (Sept. 13, 1977) 
207 40 IBLA 339 (May 10, 1979) 

M-36890; 84 I.D. 244 (1977) 
M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979) ; 
87 I.D. 69 (1980) 

207(a) M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 

87 I.D. 69 (1980) 

209 19 IBLA 1 (Feb. 20, 1975) 

40 IBLA 1 (Mar. 6, 1979) 

44 IBLA 171 (Nov. 30, 1979) 
M-36888 (Supp. II); 84 I.D. 171 

(1977) 
M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 

87 I.D. 69 (1980) 
1 SEC. 13; 85 I.D. 89 (1978) 

211 23 IBLA 102 (Dec. 23, 1975) 

211(a) 24 IBLA 271 (Mar. 30, 1976) 

211(b) 21 IBLA 178 (July 25, 1975) 

24 IBLA 271 (Mar. 30, 1976) 

24 IBLA 320 (Apr. 20, 1976) 

25 IBLA 177 (June 14, 1976) 
36 IBLA 334 (Aug. 28, 1978) 

M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 
M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 

(1979) 
M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 

87 I.D. 69 (1980) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 

sec. 221 M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 

221 et seq . 30 IBLA 8 (Apr. 4, 1976) 

223 20 IBLA 59; 82 I.D. 174 (1975) 

20 IBLA 344 (June 11, 1975) 

225 28 IBLA 249 (Dec. 20, 1976) 

43 IBLA 375 (Oct. 31, 1979) 
M-36888; 84 I.D. 54 (1977) 

226 2 ANCAB 98 (July 15, 1977) 

2 ANCAB 115 (July 15, 1977) 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 
sec. 226(b) (Continued) 



ANCAB 126 (Aug. 4, 1977) 
ANCAB 134 (Aug. 4, 197 7) 
ANCAB 247; 84 I.D. 1007 (1977) 
ANCAB 277 (Jan. 26, 1978) 



ANCAB 302 (Feb. 
ANCAB 316 (Mar. 



21, 1978) 
2, 1978) 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

3 ANCAB 37 (July 3, 1978) 
18 IBLA 326 (Jan. 7, 1975) 

18 IBLA 393; 82 I.D. 60 (1975) 

19 IBLA 191 (Mar. 18, 1975) 
21 IBLA 133 (July 14, 1975) 
21 IBLA 304 (Aug. 14, 197 5) 
24 IBLA 181 (Mar. 16, 1976) 

24 IBLA 221 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

25 IBLA 107 (June 7, 1976) 

26 IBLA 116 (July 26, 1976) 
26 IBLA 232 (Aug. 17, 1976) 

26 IBLA 340 (Sept. 7, 1976) 

27 IBLA 296 (Oct. 26, 1976) 

27 IBLA 317; 83 I.D. 533 (1976) 
27 IBLA 330; 83 I.D. 538 (1976) 

27 IBLA 376 (Nov. 5, 1976) 

28 IBLA 79 (Nov. 12, 1976) 



20, 1976) 
i, 1977) 
25, 1977) 
30, 1977) 

192 (1977) 
1977) 

342 (1977) 
1977) 
1977) 
1978) 



29, 1979) 

27, 1979) 

28, 1979) 
16, 1979) 

30, 1979) 



226 et seq . 
226(71 



226(b) 



28 IBLA 256 (Dec. 

29 IBLA 13 (Feb. 
29 IBLA 259 (Mar. 

29 IBLA 295 (Mar. 

30 IBLA 166; 84 I.D. 

30 IBLA 259 (May 31, 

31 IBLA 150; 84 I.D. 
31 IBLA 167 (July 5, 
31 IBLA 354 (July 25, 

33 IBLA 339 (Jan. 16, 

34 IBLA 7 (Feb. 8, 1978) 
34 IBLA 139 (Mar. 10, 1978) 

34 IBLA 384 (May 2, 1978) 

35 IBLA 205 (May 26, 1978) 

36 IBLA 275 (Aug. 21, 1978) 
39 IBLA 161 (Jan. 
39 IBLA 332 (Feb. 

39 IBLA 378 (Feb. 

40 IBLA 53 (Mar. 
40 IBLA 152 (Mar. 

40 IBLA 294 (Apr. 27, 1979) 

41 IBLA 1 (May 21, 1979) 

41 IBLA 277 (June 28, 1979) 

43 IBLA 235 (Oct. 10, 1979) 

44 IBLA 213 (Dec. 11, 1979) 
44 IBLA 292 (Dec. 26, 1979) 

M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 
87 I.D. 69 (1980) 
1 SEC. 1; 84 I.D. 176 (1977) 

24 IBLA 181 (Mar. 16, 1976) 

20 IBLA 333 (June 11, 1975) 

21 IBLA 76 (June 25, 1975) 
24 IBLA 28 (Feb. 11, 1976) 

24 IBLA 159 (Mar. 15, L976) 

25 IBLA 57 (May 20, 1976) 

26 IBLA 340 (Sept. 7, 1976) 

31 IBLA 150; 84 I.D. 342 (1977) 
33 IBLA 116 (Dec. 16, 1977) 
35 IBLA 66 (May 12, 1978) 
M-36894; 84 I.D. 415 (1977) 
19 IBLA 125 (Mar. 5, 1975) 

21 IBLA 56 (June 18, 1975) 

22 IBLA 313 (Nov. 10, 1975) 
22 IBLA 379 (Nov. 17, 1975) 



226(c) 



24 IBLA 44 (Feb. 23, 1976) 



26 IBLA 340 (Sept. 7 

27 IBLA 224 (Oct. 12 

27 IBLA 376 (Nov. 4, 

28 IBLA 277 (Dec. 22 

30 IBLA 123 (May 12, 

31 IBLA 150; 84 I.D. 
31 IBLA 221 (July 7, 
33 IBLA 18 (Nov. 22, 

33 IBLA 293 (Jan. 10 

34 IBLA 254 (Mar. 28 
36 IBLA 324 (Aug. 23 

39 IBLA 386 (Feb. 28 

40 IBLA 26 (Mar. 9, 



, 1976) 
, 1976) 

1976) 
, 1976) 

1977) 

342 (1977) 

1977) 

1977) 
, 1978) 
, 1978) 
, 1978) 
, 1979) 
1979) 



226(b)-226(c) 



40 IBLA 250 (Apr. 16, 1979) 

41 IBLA 81 (May 31, 1979) 
M-36888; 84 I.D. 54 (1977) 
M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 

87 I.D. 69 (1980) 
-27 IBLA 269 (Oct. 26, 1976) 

27 IBLA 330; 83 I.D. 538 (1976) 
-19 IBLA 125 (Mar. 5, 1975) 

19 IBLA 320 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

21 IBLA 56 (June 18, 1975) 

22 IBLA 136 (Sept. 26, 1975) 
22 IBLA 220 (Oct. 15, 1975) 
22 IBLA 307 (Nov. 10, 1975) 
22 IBLA 379 (Nov. 17, 1975) 
24 IBLA 12; 83 I.D. 33 (1976) 
24 IBLA 76 (Feb. 24, 1976) 

24 IBLA 110 (Mar. 1, 1976) 

24 IBLA 311 (Apr. 20, 1976) 

25 IBLA 34 (May 5, 1976) 

25 IBLA 326 (June 30, 1976) 

26 IBLA 340 (Sept. 7, 1976) 



26 IBLA 382 (Sept 

27 IBLA 376 (Nov. 

28 IBLA 277 (Dec. 

29 IBLA 1 (Feb. 7 
29 IBLA 218 (Mar. 

29 IBLA 234 (Mar. 

30 IBLA 70 (Apr 



. 9, 1976) 

5, 1976) 

22, 1976) 

, 1977) 
22, 1977) 
25, 1977) 

18, 1977) 



30 IBLA 123 (May 12, 1977) 
30 IBLA 143 (May 12, 1977) 
30 IBLA 288 (June 1, 1977) 

30 IBLA 376 (June 10, 1977) 

31 IBLA 3 (June 15, 1977) 
31 IBLA 58 (June 23, 1977) 
31 IBLA 119 (June 24, 1977) 
31 IBLA 150; 84 I.D. 342 (1977) 



31 


IBLA 234 


(July 


12, 


1977) 


31 


IBLA 386 


(Aug. 


16, 


1977) 


32 


IBLA 106 


(Sept 


12 


, 1977) 


32 


IBLA 272 


(Sept 


. 27 


, 1977) 


32 


IBLA 341 


(Oct. 


21, 


1977) 


32 


IBLA 345 


(Oct. 


21, 


1977) 


33 


IBLA 116 


(Dec. 


16, 


1977) 


33 


IBLA 150 


(Dec. 


19, 


1977) 


33 


IBLA 213 


(Dec. 


21, 


1977) 


34 


IBLA 222 


(Mar. 


27, 


1978) 


34 


IBLA 237 


(Mar. 


28, 


1978) 


34 


IBLA 263 


(Mar. 


31, 


1978) 



35 IBLA 66 (May 12, 1978) 
37 IBLA 52 (Sept. 18, 1978) 

37 IBLA 367; 85 I.D. 403 (1978) 

38 IBLA 23; 85 I.D. 408 (1978) 
38 IBLA 271 (Dec. 13, 1978) 

41 IBLA 372 (July 23, 1979) 

42 IBLA 21 (July 25, 1979) 

43 IBLA 128 (Sept. 26, 1979) 
M-36888; 84 I.D. 54 (1977) 
M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 

87 I.D. 69 (1980) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 



226(d) 27 IBLA 210 (Oct. 6, 1976) 

28 IBLA 394; 84 I.D. 91 (1977) 
30 IBLA 290 (June 1, 1977) 

33 IBLA 53 (Nov. 25, 1977) 

34 IBLA 53 (Feb. 16, 1978) 

38 IBLA 315 (Dec. 19, 1978) 
40 IBLA 114 (Mar. 27, 1979) 
42 IBLA 235 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 
87 I.D. 69 (1980) 
226(e) 20 IBLA 134 (May 5, 1975) 

20 IBLA 315 (June 4, 1975) 

21 IBLA 147 (July 16, 1975) 
25 IBLA 125 (June 7, 1976) 

25 IBLA 130 (June 7, 1976) 

26 IBLA 202 (Aug. 11, 1976) 
28 IBLA 62 (Nov. 10, 1976) 

28 IBLA 394; 84 I.D. 91 (1977) 

29 IBLA 74 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

30 IBLA 179 (May 19, 1977) 

30 IBLA 191; 84 I.D. 198 (1977) 
30 IBLA 290 (June 1, 1977) 

30 IBLA 296 (June 1, 1977) 

31 IBLA 18 (June 17, 1977) 
31 IBLA 61 (June 23, 1977) 

33 IBLA 83 (Dec. 8, 1977) 

34 IBLA 7 (Feb. 8, 1978) 
34 IBLA 127 (Mar. 7, 1978) 

36 IBLA 157 (July 31, 1978) 

37 IBLA 129 (Oct. 4, 1978) 
37 IBLA 195 (Oct. 12, 1978) 
37 IBLA 338 (Oct. 27, 1978) 

39 IBLA 153 (Jan. 29, 1979) 

40 IBLA 1 (Mar. 6, 1979) 

42 IBLA 222 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

42 IBLA 235 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

43 IBLA 94 (Sept. 19, 1979) 

1 SEC. 13; 85 I.D. 89 (1978) 

226(f) 20 IBLA 134 (May 5, 1975) 

25 IBLA 125 (June 7, 1976) 

25 IBLA 193 (June 16, 1976) 

26 IBLA 202 (Aug. 11, 1976) 
29 IBLA 74 (Feb. 23, 1977) 
31 IBLA 61 (June 23, 1977) 
37 IBLA 338 (Oct. 27, 1978) 
40 IBLA 164 (Apr. 3, 1979) 

40 IBLA 195 (Apr. 5, 1979) 

41 IBLA 191 (June 22, 1979) 
1 SEC. 13; 85 I.D. 89 (1978) 

29 IBLA 97 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

M-36888; 84 I.D. 54 (1977) 

19 IBLA 1 (Feb. 20, 1975) 

20 IBLA 344 (June 11, 1975) 

24 IBLA 227 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

25 IBLA 125 (June 7, 1976) 

29 IBLA 97 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

30 IBLA 179 (May 19, 1977) 

30 IBLA 191; 84 I.D. 198 (1977) 
30 IBLA 296 (June 1, 1977) 
33 IBLA 106 (Dec. 16, 1977) 

33 IBLA 296 (Jan. 10, 1978) 

34 IBLA 53 (Feb. 16, 1978) 

35 IBLA 43 (May 9, 1978) 

36 IBLA 157 (July 31, 1978) 

36 IBLA 160 (July 31, 1978) 

37 IBLA 62 (Sept. 18, 1978) 
40 IBLA 195 (Apr. 5, 1979) 

42 IBLA 222 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

44 IBLA 171 (Nov. 30, 1979) 
44 IBLA 292 (Dec. 26, 1979) 

226-1 28 IBLA 394; 84 I.D. 91 (1977) 

226-l(d) 20 IBLA 134 (May 5, 1975) 

25 IBLA 130 (June 7, 1976) 
28 IBLA 394; 84 I.D. 91 (1977) 
30 IBLA 191; 84 I.D. 198 (1977) 
34 IBLA 7 (Feb. 8, 1978) 



226(g) 
226(i) 
226(j) 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 
sec. 226-l(d) (Continued) 

36 IBLA 253 (Aug. 15, 1978) 

37 IBLA 195 (Oct. 12, 1978) 
39 IBLA 153 (Jan. 29, 1979) 

226-2 22 IBLA 130 (Sept. 26, 1975) 

25 IBLA 160 (June 14, 1976) 

38 IBLA 23; 85 I.D. 408 (1978) 

229 20 IBLA 59; 82 I.D. 174 (1975) 

229a 28 IBLA 368; 84 I.D. 87 (1977) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

229a(a) 28 IBLA 368; 84 I.D. 87 (1977) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

229a(c) M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

241 M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 

87 I.D. 69 (1980) 

261 26 IBLA 208 (Aug. 16, 1976) 

27 IBLA 4 (Sept. 17, 1976) 
27 IBLA 46 (Sept. 23, 1976) 
31 IBLA 72; 84 I.D. 309 (1977) 
31 IBLA 150; 84 I.D. 342 (1977) 
34 I3LA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 
M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 
262 20 IBLA 59; 82 I.D. 174 (1975) 

25 IBLA 153 (June 10, 1976) 

26 IBLA 208 (Aug. 16, 1976) 

31 IBLA 72; 84 I.D. 309 (1977) 

31 IBLA 150; 84 I.D. 342 (1977) 
34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 
36 IBLA 334 (Aug. 28, 1978) 

M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 
87 I.D. 69 (1980) 

271 29 IBLA 170 (Mar. 14, 1977) 

M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 

271 et seq. 29 IBLA 170 (Mar. 14, 1977) 

271-273 M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 

271-276 M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 

87 I.D. 69 (1980) 

272 20 IBLA 59; 82 I.D. 174 (1975) 

36 IBLA 334 (Aug. 28, 1978) 
M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 
87 I.D. 69 (1980) 
281 M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 

281 et seq. 31 IBLA 72; 84 I.D. 309 (1977) 

281-287 M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 

282 20 IBLA 59; 82 I.D. 174 (1975) 

34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 
36 IBLA 334 (Aug. 28, 1978) 

282 et seq. 31 IBLA 72; 84 I.D. 309 (1977) 

283 M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 

87 I.D. 69 (1980) 
301 24 IBLA 360; 83 I.D. 194 (1976) 

36 IBLA 313 (Aug. 23, 1978) 
301 et seq. 24 IBLA 166; 83 I.D. 80 (1976) 

24 IBLA 360; 83 I.D. 194 (1976) 

27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 
36 IBLA 313 (Aug. 23, 1978) 

301-305 M-36888; 84 I.D. 54 (1977) 

301-306 35 IBLA 212 (May 26, 1978) 

303 24 IBLA 360; 83 I.D. 194 (1976) 

36 IBLA 313 (Aug. 23, 1978) 

351 et seq. 20 IBLA 292 (May 27, 1975) 

22 IBLA 33 (Sept. 10, 1975) 
22 IBLA 313 (Nov. 10, 1975) 
24 IBLA 218 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

32 IBLA 357 (Oct. 21, 1977) 
351-359 18 IBLA 326 (Jan. 7, 1975) 

21 IBLA 185 (July 25, 1975) 

21 IBLA 239 (Aug. 11, 1975) 

22 IBLA 242 (Oct. 22, 1975) 

22 IBLA 289 (Oct. 30, 1975) 

23 IBLA 102 (Dec. 23, 1975) 
23 IBLA 194 (Jan. 6, 1976) 

23 IBLA 312 (Jan. 16, 1976) 

24 IBLA 31 (Feb. 17, 1976) 
24 IBLA 159 (Mar. 15, 1976) 



CLXXXVI 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 



sec. 351-359 (Continued) 



United States Codes 

TITLE 30 (Continued) 



27 IBLA 208 (Oct. 6, 1976) 

28 IBLA 353 (Jan. 24, 1977) 

29 IBLA 33 (Feb. 10, 1977) 
29 IBLA 319 (Mar. 30, 1977) 

29 IBLA 330 (Mar. 31, 1977) 

30 IBLA 14 (Apr. 4, 1977) 
30 IBLA 187 (May 19, 1977) 
30 IBLA 199 (May 20, 1977) 

34 IBLA 27 (Feb. 14, 1978) 

35 IBLA 137 (May 22, 1978) 
42 IBLA 105 (Aug. 16, 1979) 
44 IBLA 66 (Nov. 20, 1979) 

352 18 IBLA 326 (Jan. 7, 1975) 

19 IBLA 261 (Mar. 31, 1975) 

21 IBLA 239 (Aug. 11, 1975) 

22 IBLA 242 (Oct. 22, 1975) 
22 IBLA 289 (Oct. 30, 1975) 

22 IBLA 313 (Nov. 10, 1975) 

23 IBLA 194 (Jan. 6, 1976) 

24 IBLA 31 (Feb. 17, 1976) 

25 IBLA 390 (July 6, 1976) 
25 IBLA 319 (Mar. 30, 1977) 
29 IBLA 330 (Mar. 31, 1977) 
33 IBLA 216 (Dec. 22, 1977) 

33 IBLA 392 (Jan. 26, 1978) 

34 IBLA 27 (Feb. 14, 1978) 

37 IBLA 91 (Sept. 22, 1978) 
42 IBLA 105 (Aug. 16, 1979) 

354 34 IBLA 222 (Mar. 27, 1978) 

44 IBLA 99 (Nov. 20, 1979) 

355 18 IBLA 326 (Jan. 7, 1975) 

359 20 IBLA 272 (May 19, 1975) 

22 IBLA 52 (Sept. 17, 1975) 

482(a) 5 IBMA 185; 82 I.D. 506 (1975) 

501 23 IBLA 41 (Dec. 2, 1975) 

39 IBLA 306 (Feb. 23, 1979) 
42 IBLA 364 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
44 IBLA 25 (Nov. 6, 1979) 

501(a) 43 IBLA 210; 86 I.D. 538 (1979) 

501-505 M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 

502 23 IBLA 41 (Dec. 2, 1975) 

521 39 IBLA 306 (Feb. 23, 1979) 

42 IBLA 364 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
44 IBLA 25 (Nov. 6, 1979) 

521 et seq. 23 IBLA 41 (Dec. 2, 1975) 

34 IBLA 278 (Apr. 17, 1978) 

34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 

521(a) 43 IBLA 210; 86 I.D. 538 (1979) 

521-530 26 IBLA 249 (Aug. 18, 1976) 

521-531 42 IBLA 364 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 
M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 
(1979) 
524 23 IBLA 41 (Dec. 2, 1975) 

34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 
525 34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 

42 IBLA 364 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
530 34 tela 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 

36 IBLA 307 (Aug. 21, 1978) 

532 41 IBLA 277 (June 28, 1979) 

541 et^ seq. 34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 

601 3 ANCAB 49; 85 I.D. 2 29 (1978) 

19 IBLA 9; 82 I.D. 68 (1975) 
19 IBLA 326 (Apr. 7, 1975) 
22 IBLA 62 (Sept. 18, 1975) 
25 IBLA 123 (June 7, 1976) 

28 IBLA 13 (Nov. 8, 1976) 

29 IBLA 357; 84 I.D. 137 (1977) 
32 IBLA 225 (Sept. 20, 1977) 

35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

38 IBLA 151 (Dec. 5, 1978) 

39 IBLA 205 (Feb. 2, 1979) 
601 et seq . 20 IBLA 47 (Apr. 21, 1975) 

25 IBLA 164 (June 14, 1976) 



sec. 601 et seq . (Continued) 

26 IBLA 197 (Aug. 11, 1976) 
29 IBLA 333 (Mar. 31, 1977) 
29 IBLA 357; 84 I.D. 137 (1977) 

32 IBLA 299 (Sept. 29, 1977) 

33 IBLA 153 (Dec. 19, 1977) 

33 IBLA 259 (Jan. 5, 1978) 

34 IBLA 244 (Mar. 28, 1978) 

34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 

35 IBLA 133 (May 22, 1978) 

35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 
38 IBLA 390 (Jan. 8, 1979) 

601-603 35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

601-615 21 IBLA 204 (July 30, 1975) 

25 IBLA 199 (June 16, 1976) 

602 3 ANCAB 49; 85 I.D. 229 (1978) 

38 IBLA 151 (Dec. 5, 1978) 

611 19 IBLA 9; 82 I.D. 68 (1975) 

19 IBLA 326 (Apr. 7, 1975) 
21 IBLA 166 (July 22, 1975) 

21 IBLA 363; 82 I.D. 414 (1975) 

22 IBLA 62 (Sept. 18, 1975) 

23 IBLA 319 (Jan. 19, 1976) 

23 IBLA 378 (Feb. 4, 1976) 

25 IBLA 199 (June 16, 1976) 

26 IBLA 197 (Aug. 11, 1976) 

27 IBLA 65 (Sept. 29, 1976) 

27 IBLA 133 (Sept. 29, 1976) 

28 IBLA 13 (Nov. 8, 1976) 

28 IBLA 187; 83 I.D. 609 (1976) 

29 IBLA 333 (Mar. 31, 1977) 

29 IBLA 357; 84 I.D. 137 (1977) 

30 IBLA 112 (May 2, 1977) 

31 IBLA 8 (June 15, 1977) 

32 IBLA 46 (Sept. 2, 1977) 

34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 

34 IBLA 381 (May 2, 1978) 

35 IBLA 95 (May 15, 1978) 

35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

36 IBLA 194 (Aug. 3, 1978) 

37 IBLA 107 (Sept. 29, 1978) 

37 IBLA 277 (Oct. 20, 1978) 

38 IBLA 214; 85 I.D. 441 (1978) 

39 IBLA 337 (Feb. 28, 1979) 
42 IBLA 364 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
44 IBLA 25 (Nov. 6, 1979) 

44 IBLA 142 (Nov. 30, 1979) 

611 et seq. 19 IBLA 9; 82 I.D. 68 (1975) 

21 IBLA 296 (Aug. 11, 1975) 

24 IBLA 354 (Apr. 26, 1976) 
28 IBLA 13 (Nov. 8, 1976) 

31 IBLA 8 (June 15, 1977) 

32 IBLA 46 (Sept. 2, 1977) 
611-615 25 IBLA 287; 83 I.D. 249 (1976) 

26 IBLA 249 (Aug. 18, 1976) 

31 IBLA 47 (June 23, 1977) 

32 IBLA 46 (Sept. 2, 1977) 
34 IBLA 387 (May 3, 1978) 

612 21 IBLA 204 (July 30, 1975) 

24 IBLA 354 (Apr. 26, 1976) 
26 IBLA 223 (Aug. 17, 1976) 
31 IBLA 47 (June 23, 1977) 
34 IBLA 278 (Apr. 17, 1978) 

612(a) 20 IBLA 156 (May 5, 1975) 

612(b) 27 IBLA 278; 83 I.D. 518 (1976) 

612-613 26 IBLA 300 (Aug. 27, 1976) 

613 24 IBLA 354 (Apr. 26, 1976) 

25 IBLA 368 (July 6, 1976) 

26 IBLA 223 (Aug. 17, 1976) 
31 IBLA 47 (June 23, 1977) 
37 IBLA 7 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

621 19 IBLA 255 (Mar. 31, 1975) 

26 IBLA 183 (Aug. 10, 1976) 

31 IBLA 357 (July 25, 1977) 

34 IBLA 258 (Mar. 30, 1978) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 



621 (Continued) 

38 IBLA 90 (Nov. 15, 1978) 

43 IBLA 382 (Oct. 31, 1979) 

43 IBLA 390 (Oct. 31, 1979) 

621 et seq. 19 IBLA 255 (Mar. 31, 1975) 

26 IBLA 137 (Aug. 2, 1976) 

26 IBLA 223 (Aug. 17, 1976) 

29 IBLA 201 (Mar. 22, 1977) 
32 IBLA 305 (Sept. 30, 1977) 
34 IBLA 179 (Mar. 14, 1978) 

621(a) 25 IBLA 188 (June 14, 1976) 

32 IBLA 305 (Sept. 30, 1977) 

34 IBLA 258 (Mar. 30, 1978) 

621(b) 20 IBLA 100 (Apr. 25, 1975) 

25 IBLA 188 (June 14, 1976) 

34 IBLA 258 (Mar. 30, 1978) 

621(c) 26 IBLA 223 (Aug. 17, 1976) 

621-625 25 IBLA 157 (June 10, 1976) 

25 IBLA 188 (June 14, 1976) 

26 IBLA 183 (Aug. 10, 1976) 
26 IBLA 249 (Aug. 18, 1976) 
28 IBLA 286 (Dec. 27, 1976) 

31 IBLA 357 (July 25, 1977) 
40 IBLA 30 (Mar. 15, 1979) 
43 IBLA 153 (Sept. 28, 1979) 

M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 
(1979) 
623 20 IBLA 100 (Apr. 25, 1975) 

25 IBLA 188 (June 14, 1976) 

32 IBLA 305 (Sept. 30, 1977) 

623-624 19 IBLA 255 (Mar. 31, 1975) 

625 20 IBLA 156 (May 5, 1975) 

641-646 20 IBLA 352 (June 11, 1975) 

643 20 IBLA 352 (June 11, 1975) 

701 21 IBLA 24 (June 16, 1975) 

23 IBLA 23 (Dec. 1, 1975) 

28 IBLA 339 (Jan. 17, 1977) 

31 IBLA 342 (July 22, 1977) 

32 IBLA 145 (Sept. 12, 1977) 
36 IBLA 93 (July 12, 1978) 

701 e£ seq. 18 IBLA 385 (Jan. 31, 1975) 

21 IBLA 24 (June 16, 1975) 

21 IBLA 217 (July 31, 1975) 

23 IBLA 23 (Dec. 1, 1975) 

26 IBLA 205 (Aug. 16, 1976) 
26 IBLA 270 (Aug. 24, 1976) 
28 IBLA 339 (Jan. 17, 1977) 

30 IBLA 82 (Apr. 27, 1977) 
36 IBLA 93 (July 12, 1978) 

701-709 20 IBLA 156 (May 5, 1975) 

702 21 IBLA 24 (June 16, 1975) 

21 IBLA 217 (July 31, 1975) 
23 IBLA 23 (Dec. 1, 1975) 
26 IBLA 270 (Aug. 24, 1976) 
28 IBLA 339 (Jan. 17, 1977) 
36 IBLA 93 (July 12, 1978) 

703 21 IBLA 24 (June 16, 1975) 

36 IBLA 93 (July 12, 1978) 

704 26 IBLA 205 (Aug. 16, 1976) 

706 30 IBLA 82 (Apr. 27, 1977) 

706(b) 28 IBLA 339 (Jan. 17, 1977) 

721 et se£. 8 IBMA 31 (June 30, 1977) 

721-740 4 IBMA 127 (Apr. 29, 1975) 

727(a) 6 IBMA 99 (Mar. 30, 1976) 

8 IBMA 31 (June 30, 1977) 

727(c) 8 IBMA 31 (June 30, 1977) 

728 6 IBMA 288; 83 I.D. 329 (1976) 

7 IBMA 120 (Dec. 9, 1976) 

728(a) 6 IBMA 288; 83 I.D. 329 (1976) 

729(a) 6 IBMA 288; 83 I.D. 329 (1976) 

730 6 IBMA 288; 83 I.D. 329 (1976) 

7 IBMA 120 (Dec. 9, 1976) 

735(e) 8 IBMA 31 (June 30, 1977) 

801 et_ se£. 4 IBMA 30; 82 I.D. 36 (1975) 

4 IBMA 273; 82 I.D. 295 (1975) 



801(g)(2) 5 IBMA 

801(j) 6 IBMA 

801-960 4 IBMA 

4 IBMA 
4 IBMA 
4 IBMA 
4 IBMA 
4 IBMA 
4 IBMA 
4 IBMA 
4 IBMA 
4 IBMA 
4 IBMA 

4 IBMA 

5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 

5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 

6 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

8 IBMA 
8 IBMA 
8 IBMA 
8 IBMA 
8 IBMA 
8 IBMA 
8 IBMA 
8 IBMA 

802 4 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

802(a) 7 IBMA 

802(b) 5 IBMA 

802(d) 5 IBMA 

5 IBMA 

5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 

8 IBMA 

802(g) 5 IBMA 

802(h) 5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 

802(j) 4 IBMA 

802(U 6 IBMA 

6 IBMA 
803 5 IBMA 

5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 
811 5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 

7 IBMA 
7 IBMA 

811(a) 5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 
811(d) 6 IBMA 



217; 82 I.D 


535 (1975) 


256; 83 I.D 


294 (1976) 


30; 82 I.D. 


36 (1975) 


52; 82 I.D. 


89 (1975) 


61; 82 I.D. 


96 (1975) 


130; 82 I.D 


195 (1975) 


166; 82 I.D 


234 (1975) 


175; 82 I.D 


246 (1975) 


198; 82 I.D 


264 (1975) 


224; 82 I.D 


277 (1975) 


252 (June 16, 1975) 


255 (June li 


, 1975) 


273; 82 I.D 


295 (1975) 


298; 82 I.D 


311 (1975) 


1 (July 15, 


1975) 


5; 82 I.D. 349 (1975) 


12; 82 I.D. 


353 (1975) 


34 (July 30 


1975) 


36; 82 I.D. 


362 (1975) 


65; 82 I.D. 


375 (1975) 



132; 82 I. 
144; 82 I. 
165 (Sept. 
229 (Nov. 
276; 82 I. 
304 (Dec. 
338; 82 I. 
346; 82 I. 
356; 82 I. 
1; 83 I.D. 
14; 93 I.I 



D. 441 (1975) 
D. 445 (1975) 
26, 1975) 

14, 1975) 

D. 598 (1975) 

15, 1975) 

D. 622 (1975) 
D. 632 (1975) 
D. 636 (1975) 

28 (1976) 
. 37 (1976) 



20; 83 I.D. 39 (1976) 
64; 83 I.D. 77 (1976) 
86; 83 I.D. 91 (1976) 
132; 83 I.D. 204 (1976) 
168 (May 27, 1976) 
182; 83 I.D. 232 (1976) 
240; 83 I.D. 232 (1976) 
252 (July 13, 1976) 
256; 83 I.D. 294 (1976) 
319; 83 I.D. 350 (1976) 
98; 83 I.D. 579 (1976) 
331; 84 I.D. 208 (1977) 
19; 84 I.D. 332 (1977) 
55 (June 30, 1977) 
64; 84 I.D. 394 (1977) 



88; 


84 I.D. 


454 


1977) 


98; 


84 I.D. 


459 


1977) 


136 


84 I.D. 


488 


(1977) 


156; 


84 I.D. 


825 


(1977) 


245- 


85 I.D. 


36 


1978) 


139; 


82 I.D. 


221 


(1975) 


280, 


84 I.D. 


127 


(1977) 


121; 


83 I.D. 


690 


(1976) 


217 


82 I.D. 


535 


(1975) 


217; 


82 I.D. 


535 


(1975) 


306 


82 I.D. 


607 


(1975) 


329; 


82 I.D. 


618 


(1975) 


351 


83 I.D. 


409 


(1976) 


136; 


84 I.D. 


488 


(1977) 


217 


82 I.D. 


535 


(1975) 


306; 


82 I.D. 


607 


(1975) 


351 


83 I.D. 


409 


(1976) 


198; 


82 I.D. 


264 


(1975) 


100 


83 I.D. 


108 


(1976) 


163; 


83 I.D. 


225 


(1976) 


217 


82 I.D. 


535 


(1975) 


306; 


82 I.D. 


607 


(1975) 


351 


83 I.D. 


409 


(1976) 


231; 


82 I.D. 


553 


(1975) 


100 


83 I.D. 


108 


(1976) 


14; 


83 I.D. 


425 


1976) 


133 


83 I.D. 


695 


(1976) 


231; 


82 I.D. 


553 


(1975) 


351 


83 I.D. 


409 


(1976) 


121; 


83 I.D. 


175 


(1976) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 



;ec. 811(j) 

813(d) 


■ 5 IBMA 

21 IBLA 


185; 82 I.D. 506 (1975) sec. 814(g) 

363; 82 I.D. 414 (1975) 


4 IBMA 

6 IBMA 




5 IBMA 


74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 




6 IBMA 




5 IBMA 


113 (Sept. 4, 1975) 
74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 
113 (Sept. 4, 1975) 


814(i) 


7 IBMA 
7 IBMA 


813(e) 


5 IBMA 

5 IBMA 




7 IBMA 




8 IBMA 


156; 84 I.D. 825 (1977) 




7 IBMA 




8 IBMA 


230; 84 I.D. 1003 (1977) 


815 


4 IBMA 




8 IBMA 


238 (Dec. 21, 1977) 




4 IBMA 


813(f) 


5 IBMA 


74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 




4 IBMA 




5 IBMA 


113 (Sept. 4, 1975) 




5 IBMA 




8 IBMA 


320; 84 I.D. 1003 (1977) 




5 IBMA 


D1 0/„ \ 




28; 83 I.D. 59 (1976) 




5 IBMA 


81-Hg,J 








6 IBMA 


267 (Aug. 12, 1976) 
74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 
356; 82 I.D. 636 (1975) 




5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 


814 


5 IBMA 




6 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


14; 83 I.D. 37 (1976) 




6 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


100; 83 I.D. 108 (1976) 




6 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


121; 83 I.D. 690 (1976) 




7 IBMA 


814(a) 


4 IBMA 


1; 82 I.D. 22 (1975) 




7 IBMA 




4 IBMA 


52; 82 I.D. 89 (1975) 


m *( *\ ____. 


7 IBMA 




4 IBMA 88 


oi.Ha; 






4 IBMA 


104; 82 I.D. 160 (1975) 




4 IBMA 




4 IBMA 


259; 82 I.D. 578 (1975) 




5 IBMA 




5 IBMA 


51; 82 I.D. 368 (1975) 




5 IBMA 




5 IBMA 


259; 82 I.D. 578 (1975) 




5 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


240; 83 I.D. 264 (1976) 




5 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


256; 83 I.D. 294 (1976) 




5 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


351; 83 I.D. 409 (1976) 




5 IBMA 


814(b) 


4 IBMA 


30; 82 I.D. 36 (1975) 




6 IBMA 




5 IBMA 


306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 




6 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


100; 83 I.D. 108 (1976) 




7 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


193; 83 I.D. 236 (1976) 




8 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


267 (Aug. 12, 1976) 




8 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


294; 83 I.D. 335 (1976) 


815(a)(1) - 


4 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


109; 83 I.D. 584 (1976) 




4 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


121; 83 I.D. 690 (1976) 




5 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


234 (Feb. 7, 1977) 




6 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


257; 84 I.D. 103 (1977) 




7 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


272; 84 I.D. 124 (1977) 








7 IBMA 


280; 84 I.D. 127 (1977) 




6 IBMA 




8 IBMA 


255; 85 I.D. 63 (1978) 


815(c) 

815(d) 


4 IBMA 


814(c) 


5 IBMA 


211; 82 I.D. 525 (1975) 








5 IBMA 


217; 82 I.D. 535 (1975) 




7 IBMA 




5 IBMA 


306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 


81b — — 


-— — — — 3 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


100; 83 I.D. 108 (1976) 




5 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


193; 83 I.D. 236 (1976) 




5 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


224 (Dec. 28, 1976) 




5 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


279 (Mar. 31, 1977) 


Q1 C( a \ 


7 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


280; 84 I.D. 127 (1977) 


oi ova; 


5 XBMA 




7 IBMA 


299 (Mar. 31, 1977) 








7 IBMA 


300 (Mar. 31, 1977) 


817 


4 IBMA 




8 IBMA 


98; 84 I.D. 459 (1977) 


817(d) 


5 IBMA 


814(c)(1) - 


4 IBMA 


139; 82 I.D. 221 (1975) 
184; 82 I.D. 250 (1975) 


818 


4 IBMA 




4 IBMA 








5 IBMA 


19; 82 I.D. 355 (1975) 




4 IBMA 




5 IBMA 


100; 82 I.D. 409 (1975) 




5 IBMA 




5 IBMA 


231; 82 I.D. 553 (1975) 




5 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


182; 83 I.D. 232 (1976) 




5 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


229; 83 I.D. 260 (1976) 




5 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


234; 83 I.D. 262 (1976) 




5 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


85; 83 I.D. 574 (1976) 




5 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


224 (Dec. 28, 1976) 




6 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


228 (Dec. 30, 1976) 




6 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


280; 84 I.D. 127 (1977) 




6 IBMA 




8 IBMA 


136; 84 I.D. 488 (1977) 




6 IBMA 


814(c)(2) - 


4 IBMA 


184; 82 I.D. 250 (1975) 




6 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


182; 83 I.D. 232 (1976) 




7 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


229; 83 I.D. 260 (1976) 




7 IBMA 




6 IBMA 


234; 83 I.D. 262 (1976) 




7 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


224 (Dec. 28, 1976) 




7 IBMA 




7 IBMA 


228 (Dec. 30, 1976) 
198; 82 I.D. 264 (1975) 




7 IBMA 

8 IBMA 








814(e) 


4 IBMA 


184; 82 I.D. 250 (1975) 




8 IBMA 




5 IBMA 


259; 82 I.D. 578 (1975) 




8 IBMA 
8 IBMA 



1; 82 I.D. 22 (1975) 
193; 83 I.D. 236 (1976) 
267 (Aug. 12, 1976) 
234 (Feb. 7, 1977) 
14; 83 I.D. 425 (1976) 
133; 83 I.D. 695 (1976) 
152 (Dec. 20, 1976) 
104; 82 I.D. 160 (1975) 
139; 82 I.D. 221 (1975) 
198; 82 I.D. 264 (1975) 
19; 82 I.D. 355 (1975) 
74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 
100; 82 I.D. 409 (1975) 
113 (Sept. 4, 1975) 
306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 
121; 83 I.D. 175 (1976) 
193; 83 I.D. 236 (1976) 
267 (Aug. 12, 1976) 
224 (Dec. 28, 1976) 
228 (Dec. 30, 1976) 
272; 84 I.D. 124 (1977) 
139; 82 I.D. 221 (1975) 
184; 82 I.D. 250 (1975) 
19; 82 I.D. 355 (1975) 
51; 82 I.D. 368 (1975) 
74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 
98 (Aug. 19, 1975) 
100; 82 I.D. 409 (1975) 
306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 
14; 83 I.D. 37 (1976) 
121; 83 I.D. 175 (1976) 
254 (Mar. 15, 1977) 
136; 84 I.D. 488 (1977) 
164; 84 I.D. 877 (1977) 
1; 82 I.D. 22 (1975) 
30; 82 I.D. 36 (1975) 
306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 
193; 83 I.D. 236 (1976) 
121; 83 I.D. 690 (1976) 
1; 82 I.D. 22 (1975) 
294; 83 I.D. 335 (1976) 
1; 82 I.D. 22 (1975) 
306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 
272; 84 I.D. 124 (1977) 
36; 82 I.D. 362 (1975) 
74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 
113 (Sept. 4, 1975) 
306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 
280; 84 I.D. 127 (1977) 
74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 
74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 
241; 82 I.D. 284 (1975) 
306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 
1; 82 I.D. 22 (1975) 
184; 82 I.D. 250 (1975) 
241; 82 I.D. 284 (1975) 
3 (July 25, 1975) 
3A (Aug. 15, 1975) 
72 (Aug. 11, 1975) 
74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 
185; 82 I.D. 506 (1975) 
306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 
78; 83 I.D. 88 (1976) 
193; 83 I.D. 236 (1976) 
272 (Sept. 8, 1976) 
294; 83 I.D. 335 (1976) 
351; 83 I.D. 409 (1976) 
14; 83 I.D. 425 (1976) 
71; 83 I.D. 551 (1976) 
133; 83 I.D. 695 (1976) 
257; 84 I.D. 103 (1977) 
307 (May 5, 1977) 
27 (June 29, 1977) 
204; 84 I.D. 919 (1977) 
230; 84 I.D. 1003 (1977) 
255; 85 I.D. 63 (1978) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 

sec. 819(a) 4 IBMA 

5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 

5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 

6 IBMA 

7 IBMA 
7 IBMA 

819(a)(1) 4 IBMA 

5 IBMA 

5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 

6 IBMA 

7 IBMA 
819(a)(3) 4 IBMA 

5 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

819(a)(4) 5 IBMA 

5 IBMA 
7 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

819(b) 4 IBMA 

819(c) 5 IBMA 

8 IBMA 
820 5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 
820(a) 4 IBMA 

4 IBMA 

5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 
820(b) 7 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

8 IBMA 
820(b)(1) 6 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

8 IBMA 
820(b)(1)(A) 5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

8 IBMA 
820(b)(2) 6 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

8 IBMA 

821 8 IBMA 

841 6 IBMA 

7 IBMA 
841(a) 6 IBMA 

6 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

841(b) 7 IBMA 

841-846 7 IBMA 

842(a) 7 IBMA 

842(b) 7 IBLA 

842(b)(1) 7 IBMA 

7 IBLA 

842(b)(2) 7 IBLA 

842(e) 7 IBMA 

842(f) 7 IBMA 

842-846 7 IBMA 

843(b)(3) 7 IBMA 

861 5 IBMA 

861(a) 6 IBMA 

861(c) 4 IBMA 

4 IBMA 

5 IBMA 
5 IBMA 

5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 

861(d) 4 IBMA 

5 IBMA 



112; 82 I.D. 163 (1975) 
259; 82 I.D. 578 (1975) 
268; 82 I.D. 581 (1975) 
293; 82 I.D. 602 (1975) 
338; 82 I.D. 622 (1975) 
145 (May 19, 1976) 
150 (May 27, 1976) 
153; 83 I.D. 220 (1976) 
263 (Aug. 2, 1976) 
64; 83 I.D. 526 (1976) 
245; 84 I.D. 99 (1977) 
198; 82 I.D. 264 (1975) 
141 (Sept. 22, 1975) 
185; 82 I.D. 506 (1975) 
75 (Mar. 22, 1976) 
86; 83 I.D. 91 (1976) 
212; 83 I.D. 245 (1976) 
98; 83 I.D. 579 (1976) 
198; 82 I.D. 264 (1975) 
185; 82 I.D. 506 (1975) 
14; 83 I.D. 425 (1976) 
115; 82 I.D. 434 (1975) 
306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 
14; 83 I.D. 425 (1976) 
133; 83 I.D. 695 (1976) 
139; 82 I.D. 221 (1975) 
115; 82 I.D. 434 (1975) 
216; 84 I.D. 960 (1977) 
74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 
351; 83 I.D. 409 (1976) 
1; 82 I.D. 22 (1975) 
259; 82 I.D. 289 (1975) 
74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 
71; 83 I.D. 87 (1976) 
121; 83 I.D. 690 (1976) 
238 (Feb. 28, 1977) 
43; 84 I.D. 336 (1977) 
28; 83 I.D. 59 (1976) 
172; 83 I.D. 710 (1976) 
164; 84 I.D. 877 (1977) 
306; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 
28; 83 I.D. 59 (1976) 
172; 83 I.D. 710 (1976) 
43; 84 I.D. 336 (1977) 
28; 83 I.D. 59 (1976) 
172; 83 I.D. 710 (1976) 
164; 84 I.D. 877 (1977) 
230; 84 I.D. 1003 (1977) 
121; 83 I.D. 175 (1976) 
14; 83 I.D. 425 (1976) 
121; 83 I.D. 175 (1976) 
319; 83 I.D. 350 (1976) 
133; 83 I.D. 695 (1976) 
14; 83 I.D. 425 (1976) 
121; 83 I.D. 690 (1976) 
14; 83 I.D. 425 (1976) 
14; 83 I.D. 425 (1976) 
14; 83 I.D. 425 (1976) 
133; 83 I.D. 695 (1976) 
152 (Dec. 20, 1976) 
14; 83 I.D. 425 (1976) 
14; 83 I.D. 425 (1976) 
14; 83 I.D. 425 (1976) 
121; 83 I.D. 690 (1976) 
74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 
100; 83 I.D. 108 (1976) 
74; 82 I.D. 102 (1975) 
130; 82 I.D. 195 (1975) 
36; 82 I.D. 362 (1975) 
74; 82 I.D. 392 (1975) 
231; 82 I.D. 553 (1975) 



100; 83 I.D. 
121; 83 I.D. 
163; 83 I.D. 
343; 83 I.D. 
74: 82 I.D. 



108 (1976) 
175 (1976) 
225 (1976) 
405 (1976) 
102 (1975) 



231; 82 I.D. 553 (1975) 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 

sec. 861(d) (Continued) 

6 IBMA 

6 IBMA 

862 6 IBMA 

862(a) 4 IBMA 

5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

862(c) 6 IBMA 

863 8 IBLA 

863(b) 6 IBMA 

863(d)(1) 8 IBMA 

863(h)(1) 5 IBMA 

863(o) 6 IBMA 

864(a) 4 IBMA 

4 IBMA 
6 IBMA 

8 IBMA 

864(d) 7 IBMA 

865(a)(12)(c) — 7 IBMA 

865(d) 5 IBMA 

865(g) 5 IBMA 

86 5 (o) 7 IBMA 

868(b) 4 IBMA 

870(d) 22 IBLA 

871 7 IBMA 

871(c) 5 IBMA 

873(a) 5 IBMA 

874(f) 4 IBMA 

876 5 IBMA 

87 7(j) 7 IBMA 

877U) 6 IBMA 

6 IBMA 
878 6 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

878(g)(1) 5 IBMA 

878(g)(2) 5 IBMA 

878(i) 5 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

878(k) 7 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

938 7 IBMA 

956 5 IBMA 

5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 
957 5 IBMA 

6 IBMA 
6 IBMA 

6 IBMA 

7 IBMA 

8 IBMA 

1001 27 IBLA 

1001 et seq. 24 IBLA 

29 IBLA 

33 IBLA 
35 IBLA 
38 IBLA 
41 IBLA 

1001(e) 21 IBLA 

24 IBLA 

29 IBLA 

30 IBLA 

31 IBLA 
1001-1025 24 IBLA 

24 IBLA 

27 IBLA 

29 IBLA 

30 IBLA 

34 IBLA 
41 IBLA 

1002 24 IBLA 

24 IBLA 

29 IBLA 

34 IBLA 

34 IBLA 



100: 


; 83 I.D. 108 (1976) 


121: 


, 83 I.D. 175 (1976) 


100 


; 83 I.D. 108 (1976) 


184: 


; 82 I.D. 250 (1975) 


231: 


, 82 I.D. 553 (1975) 


100; 


; 83 I.D. 108 (1976) 


71 ; 


83 I.D. 551 (1976) 


100; 


83 I.D. 108 (1976) 


136 


; 84 I.D. 488 (1977) 


329: 


; 83 I.D. 399 (1976) 


136 


; 84 I.D. 488 (1977) 


293: 


; 82 I.D. 602 (1975) 


163 


; 83 I.D. 225 (1976) 


52; 


82 I.D. 89 (1975) 


139 


; 82 I.D. 221 (1975) 


294 


; 83 I.D. 335 (1976) 


98; 


84 I.D. 459 (1977) 


14; 


83 I.D. 425 (1976) 


14; 


83 I.D. 425 (1976) 


170 


; 82 I.D. 457 (1975) 


155 


; 82 I.D. 450 (1975) 


14; 


83 I.D. 425 (1976) 


273 


; 82 I.D. 295 (1975) 


44 ( 


[Sept. 15, 1975) 


57; 


83 I.D. 515 (1976) 


304 


(Dec. 15, 1975) 


115 


; 82 I.D. 434 (1975) 


74; 


82 I.D. 102 (1975) 


268 


; 82 I.D. 581 (1975) 


331 


; 84 I.D. 208 (1977) 


100 


; 83 I.D. 108 (1976) 


121 


; 83 I.D. 175 (1976) 


121 


; 83 I.D. 175 (1976) 


14; 


83 I.D. 425 (1976) 


293 


; 82 I.D. 602 (1975) 


293 


; 82 I.D. 602 (1975) 


185 


; 82 I.D. 506 (1975) 


14; 


83 I.D. 425 (1976) 


14; 


83 I.D. 425 (1976) 


133 


; 83 I.D. 695 (1976) 


132 


(Dec. 20, 1976) 


121 


; 83 I.D. 690 (1976) 


74; 


82 I.D. 392 (1975) 


306 


; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 


100 


1 83 I.D. 108 (1976) 


306: 


; 82 I.D. 607 (1975) 


71; 


83 I.D. 551 (1976) 


100 


; 83 I.D. 108 (1976) 


163 


; 83 I.D. 225 (1976) 


L4; 


83 I.D. 425 (1976) 


2 JO 


; 84 I.D. 1003 (1977) 


269 


(Oct. 26, 1976) 


221 


(Mar. 24, 1976) 


210 


(Mar. 22, 1977) 


160 


(Dec. 20, 1977) 


29 i 


[May 5, 1978) 


373 


(Dec. 29, 1978) 


367 


(July 23, 1979) 


304 


(Aug. 14, 1975) 


44 1 


[Feb. 23, 1976) 


37 1 


[Feb. 16, 1977) 


107 


(May 2, 1977) 


191 


(July 5, 1977) 


44 l 


[Feb. 23, 1976) 


181 


(Mar. 16, 1976) 


296 


(Oct. 26, 1976) 


37 I 


[Feb. 16, 1977) 


107 


(May 2, 1977) 


270 


(Mar. 31, 1978) 


10S 


(June 11, 1979) 


181 


(Mar. 16, 1976) 


2 ? 1 


(Mar. 24, 1976) 


37 I 


[Feb. 16, 1977) 


239 


(Mar. 28, 1978) 


2 70 


(Mar. 31, 1978) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 
sec. 1002 (Continued) 

35 IBLA 29 (May 5, 1978) 

36 IBLA 59 (June 30, 1978) 

36 IBLA 307 (Aug. 21, 1978) 
41 IBLA 105 (June 11, 1979) 

1002-1003 38 IBLA 373 (Dec. 29, 1978) 

1003 19 IBLA 167 (Mar. 17, 1975) 

19 IBLA 185 (Mar. 18, 1975) 

21 IBLA 133 (July 14, 1975) 

21 IBLA 304 (Aug. 14, 1975) 
24 IBLA 44 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

24 IBLA 181 (Mar. 16, 1976) 

24 IBLA 221 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

26 IBLA 178 (Aug. 9, 1976) 

26 IBLA 218 (Aug. 17, 1976) 

27 IBLA 269 (Oct. 26, 1976) 
27 IBLA 365 (Nov. 4, 1976) 
27 IBLA 397 (Nov. 5, 1976) 

29 IBLA 37 (Feb. 16, 1977) 

30 IBLA 107 (May 2, 1977) 

31 IBLA 191 (July 5, 1977) 
1004 33 IBLA 135 (Dec. 19, 1977) 

35 IBLA 29 (May 5, 1978) 
1004(c) 33 IBLA 135 (Dec. 19, 1977) 

33 IBLA 371 (Jan. 23, 1978) 

37 IBLA 306 (Oct. 23, 1978) 

40 IBLA 68 (Mar. 16, 1979) 

41 IBLA 367 (July 23, 1979) 
43 IBLA 314 (Oct. 22, 1979) 

10 06 19 IBLA 167 (Mar. 17, 1975) 

26 IBLA 218 (Aug. 17, 1976) 

27 IBLA 365 (Nov. 4, 1976) 

1007 34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 

1014 27 IBLA 4 (Sept. 17, 1976) 

1014(b) 32 IBLA 357 (Oct. 21, 1977) 

33 IBLA 71 (Dec. 5, 1977) 

36 IBLA 88 (July 12, 1978) 
1014(c) 32 IBLA 357 (Oct. 21, 1977) 

37 IBLA 222 (Oct. 12, 1978) 
1020(b) 21 IBLA 352 (Aug. 25, 1975) 

29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 

32 IBLA 275 (Sept. 27, 1977) 

1023 24 IBLA 221 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

1024 29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 

33 IBLA 160 (Dec. 20, 1977) 

1201 43 IBLA 104; 86 I.D. 472 (1979) 

1201 et seq. 1 IBSMA 186; 86 I.D. 321 (1979) 

1 IBSMA 202; 86 I.D. 336 (1979) 

1201-1328 1 IBSMA 239; 86 I.D. 446 (1979) 

1 IBSMA 279; 86 I.D. 550 (1979) 

1 IBSMA 305; 86 I.D. 675 (1979) 
M-36909; 86 I.D. 28 (1979) 

1232(a) 43 IBLA 104; 86 I.D. 472 (1979) 

1251 1 IBSMA 1 (June 15, 1978) 

1252 1 IBSMA 6 (June 30, 1978) 

1252(a) 1 IBSMA 259; 86 I.D. 486 (1979) 

1 IBSMA 305; 86 I.D. 675 (1979) 

1252(c) 1 IBSMA 1 (June 15, 1978) 

1265 1 IBSMA 6 (June 30, 1978) 

1265(c) 1 IBSMA 259; 86 I.D. 486 (1979) 

1267(b)(3) 1 IBSMA 273; 86 I.D. 523 (1979) 

1271 1 IBSMA 285; 86 I.D. 623 (1979) 

1 IBSMA 293; 86 I.D. 656 (1979) 

1 IBSMA 305; 86 I.D. 675 (1979) 

1271(a)(2) 1 IBSMA 259; 86 I.D. 486 (1979) 

1 IBSMA 305; 86 I.D. 675 (1979) 

1271(a)(3) 1 IBSMA 285; 86 I.D. 623 (1979) 

1 IBSMA 293; 86 I.D. 656 (1979) 

1 IBSMA 305; 86 I.D. 675 (1979) 

1 IBSMA 316; 86 I.D. 724 (1979) 

1271(a)(5) 1 IBSMA 305; 86 I.D. 675 (1979) 

1275 1 IBSMA 293; 86 I.D. 656 (1979) 

1275(a)(1) 1 IBSMA 279; 86 I.D. 550 (1979) 

1275(e) 1 IBSMA 248; 86 I.D. 450 (1979) 

1278(2) 1 IBSMA 259; 86 I.D. 486 (1979) 



TITLE 30 (Continued) 



1278(3) 1 IBSMA 158; 



1291(17) 
1291(28) 



1 IBSMA 293; 

1 IBSMA 158; 

1 IBSMA 202; 

1 IBSMA 259; 

1 IBSMA 279; 



86 I.D. 266 (1979) 

86 I.D. 656 (1979) 

86 I.D. 266 (1979) 

86 I.D. 336 (1979) 

86 I.D. 486 (1979) 

86 I.D. 550 (1979) 



1304 38 IBLA 85 (Nov. 15, 1978) 



TITLE 31: 
sec. 203 



I.D. 427 



85 I.D. 279 



451 e£ seq . 

463(b) 

483a 



1978) 
1978) 



665 

1601 et seq . 

1602 

1606 



IBCA-994-5-73; 82 

(1975) 
IBCA-994-5-73 (Jan. 14 

1975) 
IBCA-1 176-12-77; 

(1978) 
IBCA-1230-12-78; 
(1979) 

38 IBLA 151 (Dec. 

38 IBLA 151 (Dec. 

20 IBLA 120 (Apr. 25, 1975) 

20 IBLA 302 (May 30, 1975) 

25 IBLA 341 (June 30, 1976) 

26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 1976) 

26 IBLA 232 (Aug. 17, 1976) 

27 IBLA 269 (Oct. 26, 1976) 

M-36903; 85 I.D 

40 IBLA 257 (Apr 

40 IBLA 257 (Apr 

40 IBLA 257 (Apr 



337 (1978) 

16, 1979) 

16, 1979) 

16, 1979) 



403 — 

701c — 

701c-l 

1157 — 

1251 — 



1251 et 
1311(a) 
1314(j) 



1317 

1323(2) 

1344 

1344(a) 

1344(f)( 

1344(f)( 

1344(r) 

1362(6) 

1362(7) 

1362(12) 

1362(14) 

1362(16) 

1362(19) 



M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

25 IBLA 316 (June 30, 1976) 

25 IBLA 316 (June 30, 1976) 

M-36890; 84 I.D. 244 (1977) 

24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

26 IBLA 329 (Sept. 1, 1976) 
M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

seq . M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

26 IBLA 329 (Sept. 1, 1976) 

M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

1) M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

2) M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 



270a 

270b 

327 £t seq . 

471 et_ seq . 



472 

47 2(d) 

484(e)(1) 

484(k)(2) 

490(h)(1) 



IBCA-1 123-8-76 (Nov. 22, 1978) 

— IBCA-1123-8-76 (Nov. 22, 1978) 

IBCA-1080-10-75; 83 I.D. 43 

(1976) 

22 IBLA 242 (Oct. 22, 1975) 

38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

38 IBLA 347 (Dec. 22, 1978) 

— 22 IBLA 242 (Oct. 22, 1975) 

33 IBLA 392 (Jan. 26, 1978) 

— 33 IBLA 392 (Jan. 26, 1978) 
7 IBIA 83 (Aug. 8, 1978) 



IBCA-994-5-73; 82 I.D. 427 

(1975) 
IBCA-994-5-73 (Jan. 14 



1975) 



United States Codes 



37 

2 56a 

351 e£ seq. — 

351-358 

601 et seq . — 



85 I.D. 279 

86 I.D. 503 
86 I.D. 329 



TITLE 41 (Continued) 
sec. 15 (Continued) 

IBCA-1 176-12-7 

(1978) 
IBCA-1230-12-7 

(1979) 
IBCA-1218-10-78; 

(1979) 
IBCA-1178-2-78; 86 I.D. 206 

(1979) 
IBCA-1218-10-78; 86 I.D. 329 

(1979) 
IBCA-1236-12-78; 86 I.D. 469 

(1979) 
IBCA-1232-12-78; 86 I.D. 197 

(1979) 
601-613 — — IBCA-1088-11-75; 86 I.D. 527 

(1979) 
IBCA-1237-12-78, 1238-12-78, 

1239-12-78, 1240-12-78; 

86 I.D. 520 (1979) 
IBCA-1237-12-78, 1238-12-78, 

1239-12-78, 1240-12-78; 

86 I.D. 654 (1979) 
IBCA-1268-5-79; 86 I.D. 508 

(1979) 
602 IBCA-1232-12-78; 86 I.D. 197 

(1979) 
607(d) IBCA-1088-11-75; 86 I.D. 527 

(1979) 



291-291a 7 IBIA 212 (Sept. 12, 1979) 

291-300 7 IBIA 212 (Sept. 12, 1979) 

300p-302(c) 7 IBIA 212 (Sept. 12, 1979) 

1857 M-36890; 84 I.D. 244 (1977) 

1983 32 IBLA 106 (Sept. 12, 197 7) 

2000a et seq. 19 IBLA 178 (Mar. 18, 1975) 

2097 30 IBLA 14 (Apr. 4, 1977) 

3183 M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

4321 27 IBLA 46 (Sept. 23, 1976) 

36 IBLA 88 (July 12, 1978) 
M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

4321 et seq. 18 IBLA 359 (Jan. 30, 1975) 

23 IBLA 343 (Jan. 21, 1976) 

24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 
24 IBLA 221 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

27 IBLA 278; 83 I.D. 518 (1976) 

27 IBLA 340; 83 I.D. 542 (1976) 

29 IBLA 57 (Feb. 16, 1977) 
35 IBLA 172 (May 23, 1978) 

37 IBLA 153 (Oct. 5, 1978) 

38 IBLA 361 (Dec. 29, 1978) 
40 IBLA 30 (Mar. 15, 1979) 
40 IBLA 48 (Mar. 15, 1979) 
40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 

M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 
M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 
1 OHA 292 (Mar. 15, 1976) 

4331 22 IBLA 177 (Sept. 30, 1975) 

24 IBLA 76 (Feb. 24, 1976) 
24 IBLA 147 (Mar. 10, 1976) 
24 IBLA 181 (Mar. 16, 1976) 
42 IBLA 164 (Aug. 17, 1979) 
M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

4331(b)(4) 28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 (1976) 

4332 3 ANCAB 37 (July 3, 1978) 

22 IBLA 177 (Sept. 30, 1975) 

28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 (1976) 

30 IBLA 388; 84 I.D. 282 (1977) 
32 IBLA 361 (Oct. 25, 1977) 

39 IBLA 205 (Feb. 2, 1979) 
44 IBLA 51 (Nov. 19, 1979) 

M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 
M-36917 (Dec. 6, 1979); 
87 I.D. 27 (1980) 



TITLE 42 (Continued) 

sec. 4332(C) 24 IBLA 159 (Mar. 15, 1976) 

4332(2)(C) 2 ANCAB 247; 84 I.D. 1007 

(1977) 
3 ANCAB 37 (July 3, 1978) 
23 IBLA 343 (Jan. 21, 1976) 
29 IBLA 48 (Feb. 16, 1977) 

4332(2)(C)(i) M-36917 (Dec. 6, 1979); 

87 I.D. 27 (1980) 

4332(2)(C)(v) 30 IBLA 388; 84 I.D. 282 (1977) 

4332(2)(G) 30 IBLA 388; 84 I.D. 282 (1977) 

4333 22 IBLA 177 (Sept. 30, 1975) 

4335 M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

4601 1 OHA 78 (Jan. 7, 1975) 

1 OHA 115 (June 3, 1975) 
1 OHA 170 (Sept. 18, 1975) 
1 OHA 221 (Sept. 24, 1975) 
1 OHA 226 (Oct. 14, 1975) 

1 OHA 273 (Jan. 15, 1976) 

2 OHA 203 (Aug. 30, 1978) 

3 OHA 39 (Feb. 1, 1979) 
4601 et sej. 1 OHA 86 (Feb. 12, 1975) 

1 OHA 170 (Sept. 18, 1975) 
1 OHA 229 (Nov. 13, 1975) 

1 OHA 292 (Mar. 15, 1976) 

2 OHA 59 (Sept. 22, 1976) 
2 OHA 92 (Oct. 4, 1976) 

2 OHA 102 (Nov. 22, 1976) 
2 OHA 109 (Apr. 21, 1977) 
2 OHA 117 (May 3, 1977) 

2 OHA 135 (June 22, 1977) 

3 OHA 35 (Jan. 15, 1979) 
4601(6) 1 OHA 292 (Mar. 15, 1976) 

2 OHA 147 (Aug. 9, 1977) 

4601(7) 1 OHA 170 (Sept. 18, 1975) 

4601(7)(A) 2 OHA 206 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

3 OHA 69 (Apr. 20, 1979) 
4601(7) (B) 2 OHA 206 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

3 OHA 69 (Apr. 20, 1979) 

4601(8) 1 OHA 229 (Nov. 13, 1975) 

1 OHA 273 (Jan. 15, 1976) 

4601-4655 3 OHA 97 (July 31, 1979) 

3 OHA 124 (Aug. 17, 1979) 
3 OHA 131 (Aug. 29, 1979) 
3 OHA 124 (Aug. 17, 1979) 
4602(a) 1 OHA 157 (Aug. 8, 1975) 

1 OHA 163 (Sept. 2, 1975) 

2 OHA 169 (Mar. 30, 1978) 

2 OHA 206 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

3 OHA 1 (Nov. 6, 1978) 
4603 2 OHA 56 (Sept. 16, 1976) 

2 OHA 147 (Aug. 9, 1977) 

3 OHA 65 (Apr. 10, 1979) 
4621 1 OHA 229 (Nov. 13, 1975) 

1 OHA 273 (Jan. 15, 1976) 
1 OHA 292 (Mar. 15, 1976) 

4622 1 OHA 78 (Jan. 7, 1975) 

1 OHA 86 (Feb. 12, 1975) 
1 OHA 110 (Apr. 14, 1975) 
1 OHA 130 (July 2, 1975) 
1 OHA 157 (Aug. 8, 1975) 
1 OHA 163 (Sept. 2, 1975) 

1 OHA 256 (Dec. 3, 1975) 

2 OHA 1 (Mar. 30, 1976) 
2 OHA 18 (June 14, 1976) 
2 OHA 24 (July 2, 1976) 
2 OHA 35 (Sept. 9, 1976) 
2 OHA 142 (Aug. 8, 1977) 

2 OHA 181 (June 21, 1978) 
2 OHA 183 (June 22, 1978) 
2 OHA 203 (Aug. 30, 1978) 

2 OHA 206 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

3 OHA 39 (Feb. 1, 1979) 
3 OHA 69 (Apr. 20, 1979) 
3 OHA 77 (June 18, 1979) 
3 OHA 104 (Aug. 9, 1979) 
3 OHA 137 (Oct. 10, 1979) 



TITLE 42 (Continued) 
sec. 4622(a) 



United States Codes 

TITLE 42 (Continued) 



1 OHA 170 (Sept. 18, 1975) 

1 OHA 273 (Jan. 15, 1976) 

2 OHA 97 (Nov. 22, 1976) 
2 OHA 123 (June 13, 1977) 
2 OHA 156 (Oct. 17, 1977) 

2 OHA 206 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

3 OHA 47 (Mar. 16, 1979) 
3 OHA 69 (Apr. 20, 1979) 

4622(b) 1 OHA 86 (Feb. 12, 1975) 

1 OHA 106 (Feb. 24, 1975) 
3 OHA 121 (Aug. 14, 1979) 

4622(c) 1 OHA 170 (Sept. 18, 1975) 

1 OHA 229 (Nov. 13, 1975) 

1 OHA 273 (Jan. 15, 1976) 

2 OHA 113 (Apr. 29, 1977) 

2 OHA 206 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

3 OHA 69 (Apr. 20, 1979) 
3 OHA 73 (May 24, 1979) 

4623 1 OHA 78 (Jan. 7, 1975) 

1 OHA 110 (Apr. 14, 1975) 
1 OHA 157 (Aug. 8, 1975) 
1 OHA 229 (Nov. 13, 1975) 
1 OHA 259 (Jan. 7, 1976) 

1 OHA 292 (Mar. 15, 1976) 

2 OHA 35 (Sept. 9, 1976) 
2 OHA 56 (Sept. 16, 1976) 
2 OHA 147 (Aug. 9, 1977) 
2 OHA 160 (Oct. 19, 1977) 
2 OHA 163 (Oct. 19, 1977) 
2 OHA 169 (Mar. 30, 1978) 

2 OHA 186 (Aug. 24, 1978) 

3 OHA 1 (Nov. 6, 1978) 

3 OHA 14 (Nov. 14, 1978) 
3 OHA 19 (Dec. 12, 1978) 
3 OHA 44 (Feb. 1, 1979) 
3 OHA 47 (Mar. 16, 1979) 
3 OHA 65 (Apr. 10, 1979) 
3 OHA 137 (Oct. 10, 1979) 
3 OHA 141 (Oct. 12, 1979) 
3 OHA 145 (Nov. 2, 1979) 
3 OHA 161 (Dec. 17, 1979) 

4623(a) 1 OHA 280 (Feb. 11, 1976) 

2 OHA 138 (June 29, 1977) 

4623(a)(1)(A) 1 OHA 137 (July 15, 1975) 

1 OHA 229 (Nov. 13, 1975) 

1 OHA 265 (Jan. 12, 1976) 

2 OHA 12 (June 3, 1976) 
2 OHA 28 (July 7, 1976) 

4623(a)(1)(C) 1 OHA 86 (Feb. 12, 1975) 

1 OHA 106 (Feb. 24, 1975) 
1 OHA 170 (Sept. 18, 1975) 

4624 1 OHA 86 (Feb. 12, 1975) 

1 OHA 229 (Nov. 13, 1975) 

1 OHA 292 (Mar. 15, 1976) 

2 OHA 35 (Sept. 9, 1976) 
2 OHA 147 (Aug. 9, 1977) 

2 OHA 153 (Sept. 20, 1977) 

2 OHA 156 (Oct. 17, 1977) 

3 OHA 39 (Feb. 1, 1979) 
3 OHA 63 (Apr. 9, 1979) 

3 OHA 161 (Dec. 17, 1979) 
4624(1) 1 OHA 86 (Feb. 12, 1975) 

2 OHA 210 (Sept. 18, 1978) 
4624(2) 1 OHA 86 (Feb. 12, 1975) 

1 OHA 106 (Feb. 24, 1975) 

2 OHA 97 (Nov. 22, 1976) 
2 OHA 169 (Mar. 30, 1978) 

4625 1 OHA 86 (Feb. 12, 1975) 

1 OHA 292 (Mar. 15, 1976) 

2 OHA 147 (Aug. 9, 1977) 

4625(c)(5) 1 OHA 229 (Nov. 13, 1975) 

4626 2 OHA 147 (Aug. 9, 1977) 

4626(b) 1 OHA 292 (Mar. 15, 1976) 

4633 1 OHA 157 (Aug. 8, 1975) 

1 OHA 163 (Sept. 2, 1975) 
1 OHA 256 (Dec. 3, 1975) 



sec. 4633 (Continued) 



2 


OHA 


97 < 


[Nov. : 


12, 


2 


OHA 


169 


(Mar. 


30 


2 


OHA 


206 


(Sept 


. 6 


2 


OHA 


210 


(Sept 


. 11 


3 


OHA 


1 (Nov. 6 


, 1' 


1 


OHA 


157 


(Aug. 


8, 


1 


OHA 


163 


(Sept 


. 2 


2 


OHA 


169 


(Mar. 


30 


2 


OHA 


206 


(Sept 


. 6 


3 
1 


OHA 
OHA 


1 (Nov. 6 
121 (June 


, 1' 



1976) 



1978) 
1978) 
1978) 
1978) 
'.. 8. 1975) 
, 1975) 
1978) 
, 1978) 
1978) 

4653 1 OHA 121 (June 5, 1975) 

2 OHA 8 (May 11, 1976) 
2 OHA 21 (June 14, 1976) 
2 OHA 135 (June 22, 1977) 

2 OHA 206 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

3 OHA 79 (June 27, 1979) 
3 OHA 82 (June 27, 1979) 
3 OHA 85 (July 5, 1979) 
3 OHA 89 (July 5, 1979) 
3 OHA 93 (July 13, 1979) 
3 OHA 104 (Aug. 9, 1979) 
3 OHA 127 (Aug. 23, 1979) 

4653(1) 3 OHA 97 (July 31, 1979) 

4653(2) 3 OHA 97 (July 31, 1979) 

4653(3) 3 OHA 97 (July 31, 1979) 

4654 1 OHA 229 (Nov. 13, 1975) 

2 OHA 8 (May 11, 1976) 

6501 et se£. M-36911; 86 I.D. 151 (1979) 

7152 42 IBLA 307 (Aug. 29, 1979) 

44 IBLA 121 (Nov. 27, 1979) 
7401 et seq. M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

TITLE 43: 

sec. 1 44 IBLA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979) 

2 37 IB LA 7 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

40 IBLA 184 (Apr. 5, 1979) 
44 IBLA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979) 

7 26 IBLA 194 (Aug. 11, 1976) 

9 26 IBLA 194 (Aug. 11, 1976) 

11 24 IBLA 58 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

21 29 IBLA 307 (Mar. 30, 1977) 

31 20 IBLA 149 (May 5, 1975) 

21 IBLA 199 (July 30, 1975) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
141 3 ANCAB 49; 85 I.D. 229 (1978) 

21 IBLA 116 (June 30, 1975) 

22 IBLA 121 (Sept. 26, 1975) 

23 IBLA 136 (Dec. 23, 1975) 

23 IBLA 166 (Dec. 24, 1975) 

24 IBLA 320 (Apr. 20, 1976) 

28 IBLA 368; 84 I.D. 87 (1977) 

29 IBLA 107 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

30 IBLA 112 (May 2, 1977) 

31 IBLA 43 (June 21, 1977) 
31 IBLA 357 (July 25, 1977) 
35 IBLA 349 (June 19, 1978) 

41 IBLA 85 (June 4, 1979) 
M-36911; 86 I.D. 151 (1979) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

141 et se^. 3 ANCAB 49; 85 I.D. 229 (1978) 

31 IBLA 357 (July 25, 1977) 

141-142 35 IBLA 61 (May 10, 1978) 

38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

41 IBLA 85 (June 4, 1979) 
142 23 IBLA 136 (Dec. 23, 1975) 

23 IBLA 166 (Dec. 24, 1975) 
28 IBLA 368; 84 I.D. 87 (1977) 
31 IBLA 139 (June 30, 1977) 
31 IBLA 357 (July 25, 1977) 
35 IBLA 349 (June 19, 1978) 
38 IBLA 385 (Dec. 29, 1978) 

42 IBLA 44 (July 31, 1979) 

43 IBLA 146 (Sept. 28, 1979) 



CXCIII 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 
sec. 142 (Continued) 



United States Codes 

TITLE 43 (Continued) 
sec. 270-1 (Continued) 



148 
154 



158 

161 

161 eit seg . 



162 
164 



M-36911; 86 I.D. 151 (1979) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
- M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 
M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 
-27 IBLA 227 (Oct. 12, 1976) 
34 IBLA 176 (Mar. 14, 1978) 
34 IBLA 233 (Mar. 27, 1978) 
40 IBLA 30 (Mar. 15, 1979) 

42 IBLA 313 (Aug. 29, 1979) 
-20 IBLA 296 (May 27, 1975) 
-22 IBLA 8; 82 I.D. 432 (1975) 
-20 IBLA 23 (Apr. 16, 1975) 

20 IBLA 129 (May 5, 1975) 

23 IBLA 136 (Dec. 23, 1975) 

24 IBLA 308 (Apr. 14, 1976) 
26 IBLA 386 (Sept. 15, 1976) 

29 IBLA 68 (Nov. 10, 1976) 

30 IBLA 239 (May 31, 1977) 

31 IBLA 162 (July 1, 1977) 
36 IBLA 201 (Aug. 3, 1978) 

-36 IBLA 201 (Aug. 3, 1978) 
-19 IBLA 118 (Mar. 5, 1975) 

20 IBLA 129 (May 5, 1975) 

22 IBLA 191 (Oct. 

26 IBLA 137 (Aug. 

28 IBLA 68 (Nov. 

28 IBLA 314 (Jan. 

29 IBLA 150 (Mar. 
34 IBLA 123 (Mar. 
36 IBLA 201 (Aug. 

43 IBLA 186 (Oct. 



15, 1975) 
2, 1976) 
10, 1976) 
14, 1977) 

4, 1977) 

2, 1978) 

3, 1978) 

5, 1979) 

m __ 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

175 23 IBLA 179 (Jan. 5, 1976) 

182 19 IBLA 118 (Mar. 5, 1975) 

31 IBLA 242 (July 18, 1977) 
18 5 23 IBLA 155 (Dec. 23, 1975) 

27 IBLA 33 (Sept. 20, 1976) 
30 IBLA 311 (June 6, 197 7) 

33 IBLA 277 (Jan. 5, 1978) 
36 IBLA 201 (Aug. 3, 1978) 
43 IBLA 178 (Sept. 28, 1979) 

189 27 IBLA 210 (Oct. 6, 1976) 

190 4 ibia 147; 82 I.D. 521 (1975) 

203 35 IBLA 15 (May 4, 1978) 

207 40 IBLA 339 (May 10, 1979) 

212 19 IBLA 379; 82 I.D. 123 (1975) 

24 IBLA 314 (Apr. 20, 1976) 

213 22 IBLA 8; 82 I.D. 432 (1975) 

270 18 IBLA 345 (Jan. 14, 1975) 

20 IBLA 129 (May 5, 1975) 

22 IBLA 8; 82 I.D. 432 (1975) 

23 IBLA 59 (Dec. 11, 1975) 
23 IBLA 179 (Jan. 5, 1976) 

28 IBLA 68 (Nov. 10, 1976) 
30 IBLA 157 (May 18, 1977) 

34 IBLA 330; 85 I.D. 81 (1978) 
43 IBLA 69 (Sept. 19, 1979) 

270 et sej. 26 IBLA 386 (Sept. 15, 1976) 

270-1 18 IBLA 418 (Feb. 10, 1975) 

19 IBLA 68 (Feb. 25, 1975) 

19 IBLA 283 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

20 IBLA 169 (May 7, 1975) 
20 IBLA 284 (May 27, 1975) 



21 IBLA 54 (June ] 
21 IBLA 264 (Aug. 

21 IBLA 292 (Aug. 

22 IBLA 20 (Sept. 
22 IBLA 54 (Sept. 
22 IBLA 296 (Nov. 



8, 1975) 
11, 1975) 
11, 1975) 

9, 1975) 
17, 1975) 
3, 1975) 



23 IBLA 346 (Jan. 21, 1976) 
29 IBLA 160 (Mar. 9, 1977) 

40 IBLA 118 (Mar. 27, 1979) 

41 IBLA 44 (May 29, 1979) 
41 IBLA 224 (June 27, 1979) 





41 


IBLA 280; 86 I.D. 


345 (1979) 




42 


IBLA 59 (Aug. 2, 1979) 




43 


IBLA 245 (Oct. 10, 1979) 


270-1 et_ seq. 


—22 


IBLA 38 (Sept. 10, 1975) 




22 


IBLA 191 (Oct. 15, 1975) 




23 


IBLA 134 (Dec. 23, 1975) 




23 


IBLA 197 (Jan. 6, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 346 (Jan. 21, 1976) 




29 


IBLA 255 (Mar. 25, 1977) 


270-1 - 270-3 


—20 


IBLA 162 (May 5, 1975) 




20 


IBLA 290 (May 27, 1975) 




20 


IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 




21 


IBLA 71 (June 25, 1975) 




21 


IBLA 116 (June 30, 1975) 




21 


IBLA 152 (July 16, 1975) 




21 


IBLA 157 (July 21, 1975) 




21 


IBLA 173 (July 25, 1975) 




21 


IBLA 181 (July 25, 1975) 




21 


IBLA 207 (July 30, 1975) 




21 


IBLA 223 (July 31, 1975) 




21 


IBLA 230 (Aug. 1, 1975) 




21 


IBLA 248 (Aug. 11, 1975) 




21 


IBLA 258 (Aug. 11, 1975) 




21 


IBLA 326 (Aug. 14, 1975) 




21 


IBLA 347 (Aug. 18, 1975) 




22 


IBLA 41 (Sept. 15, 1975) 




22 


IBLA 56 (Sept. 17, 1975) 




22 


IBLA 104 (Sept. 22, 1975) 




22 


IBLA 153 (Sept. 30, 1975) 




22 


IBLA 191 (Oct. 15, 1975) 




22 


IBLA 213 (Oct. 15, 1975) 




22 


IBLA 233 (Oct. 22, 1975) 




22 


IBLA 247 (Oct. 22, 1975) 




22 


IBLA 266 (Oct. 30, 1975) 




22 


IBLA 287 (Oct. 30, 1975) 




22 


IBLA 388 (Nov. 24, 1975) 




22 


IBLA 392 (Nov. 24, 1975) 




23 


IBLA 17 (Nov. 26, 1975) 




23 


IBLA 36 (Dec. 2, 1975) 




23 


IBLA 54 (Dec. 4, 1975) 




23 


IBLA 77 (Dec. 12, 1975) 




23 


IBLA 79 (Dec. 12 


1975) 




23 


IBLA 81 (Dec. 12 


1975) 




23 


IBLA 86 (Dec. 16 


1975) 




23 


IBLA 88 (Dec. 16 


1975) 




23 


IBLA 91 (Dec. 18 


1975) 




23 


IBLA 95 (Dec. 18 


1975) 




23 


IBLA 99 (Dec. 18 


1975) 




23 


IBLA 120 (Dec. 23, 1975) 




23 


IBLA 128 (Dec. 23, 1975) 




23 


IBLA 131 (Dec. 23, 1975) 




23 


IBLA 145 (Dec. 23, 1975) 




23 


IBLA 151 (Dec. 23, 1975) 




23 


IBLA 159 (Dec. 23, 1975) 




23 


IBLA 170 (Dec. 29, 1975) 




23 


IBLA 182 (Jan. 5, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 188 (Jan. 5, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 192 (Jan. 6, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 197 (Jan. 6, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 205 (Jan. 6, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 207 (Jan. 6, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 221 (Jan. 8, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 276 (Jan. 12, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 280 (Jan. 12, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 284 (Jan. 12, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 288 (Jan. 12, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 292 (Jan. 12, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 296 (Jan. 12, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 299 (Jan. 14, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 304 (Jan. 16, 1976) 




23 


IBLA 309 (Jan. 16, 1976) 




26 


IBLA 1 (July 6, 1976) 




26 


IBLA 235; 83 I.D. 309 (1976) 




28 


IBLA 83 (Nov. 12 


1976) 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 

sec. 270-1 - 270-3 (Continued) 



28 IBLA 153; 83 I.D. 564 (1976) 

29 IBLA 250 (Mar. 25, 1977) 

29 IBLA 255 (Mar. 25, 1977) 

30 IBLA 157 (May 18, 1977) 

40 IBLA 321; 86 I.D. 279 (1979) 

41 IBLA 44 (May 29, 1979) 
41 IBLA 70 (May 31, 1979) 
41 IBLA 169 (June 22, 1979) 
41 IBLA 231 (June 27, 1979) 
41 IBLA 280; 86 I.D. 345 (1979) 
41 IBLA 296 (June 29, 1979) 
41 IBLA 309 (July 5, 1979) 
41 IBLA 315; 86 I.D. 361 (1979) 
41 IBLA 338 (July 11, 1979) 

41 IBLA 387 (July 24, 1979) 

42 IBLA 1 (July 25, 1979) 
42 IBLA 51 (July 31, 1979) 
42 IBLA 59 (Aug. 2, 1979) 
42 IBLA 155 (Aug. 19, 1979) 
42 IBLA 231 (Aug. 22, 1979) 
42 IBLA 276 (Aug. 

42 IBLA 370; 86 I 

43 IBLA 69 (Sept. 
43 IBLA 74 (Sept. 
43 IBLA 174 (Sept 
43 IBLA 186 (Oct. 
43 IBLA 266 (Oct. 
43 IBLA 284 (Oct. 
43 IBLA 288 (Oct. 

43 IBLA 296 (Oct. 

44 IBLA 99 (Nov. 
44 IBLA 313 (Dec. 

270-1 - 270-17 -22 IBLA 291 (Nov. 

270-2 18 IBLA 418 (Feb. 

19 IBLA 68 (Feb. 

21 IBLA 292 (Aug. 

22 IBLA 20 (Sept. 

22 IBLA 54 (Sept. 

23 IBLA 188 (Jan. 
41 IBLA 224 (June 27 
41 IBLA 280; 86 I 



United States Codes 

TITLE 43 (Continued) 

sec. 291 28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 (1976) 

M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 
(1979) 

291 et se£. 24 IBLA 308 (Apr. 14, 1976) 

29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 
31 IBLA 162 (July 1, 1977) 
33 IBLA 36 (Nov. 25, 1977) 

35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

36 IBLA 4 (June 27, 1978) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

291-298 35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

291-300 40 IBLA 12 (Mar. 9, 1979) 

41 IBLA 197 (June 22, 1979) 

42 IBLA 11 (July 25, 1979) 
291-301 27 IBLA 256 (Oct. 20, 1976) 

35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

41 IBLA 248 (June 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 11 (July 25, 1979) 

291-302 21 IBLA 352 (Aug. 25, 1975) 

292 24 IBLA 141 (Mar. 8, 1976) 

31 IBLA 162 (July 1, 1977) 

35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 
(1979) 

293 33 IB LA 36 (Nov. 25, 1977) 

299 35 ibla 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

42 IBLA 11 (July 25, 1979) 

M-36909; 86 I.D. 28 (1979) 

300 23 IBLA 358; 83 I.D. 23 (1976) 

25 IBLA 287; 83 I.D. 249 (1976) 

28 IBLA 368; 84 I.D. 87 (1977) 



27 


1979) 


.D. 


441 (1979) 


19 


1979) 


19 


1979) 


. 28, 1979) 


5, 


1979) 


15 


1979) 


17 


1979) 


17 


1979) 


17 


1979) 


20, 


1979) 


31 


1979) 


3, 


1975) 


10 


1975) 


25, 


1975) 


11 


1975) 


9, 


1975) 


17 


1975) 


5, 


1976) 


27 


1979) 


.D. 


345 (1979) 



270-3 18 IBLA 418 (Feb. 10, 1975) 

19 IBLA 68 (Feb. 25, 1975) 

20 IBLA 169 (May 7, 1975) 

21 IBLA 264 (Aug. 11, 1975) 

21 IBLA 292 (Aug. 11, 1975) 

22 IBLA 54 (Sept. 17, 1975) 

26 IBLA 235; 83 I.D. 309 (1976) 

40 IBLA 321; 86 I.D. 279 (1979) 

41 IBLA 44 (May 29, 1979) 
41 IBLA 224 (June 27, 1979) 

41 IBLA 280; 86 I.D. 345 (1979) 

41 IBLA 309 (July 5, 1979) 

42 IBLA 59 (Aug. 2, 1979) 

42 IBLA 260 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

43 IBLA 186 (Oct. 5, 1979) 
270-5 18 IBLA 345 (Jan. 14, 1975) 

22 IBLA 291 (Nov. 3, 1975) 

270-6 18 IBLA 345 (Jan. 14, 1975) 

34 IBLA 330; 85 I.D. 81 (1978) 

270-11 20 IBLA 284 (May 27, 1975) 

274 20 IBLA 319 (June 4, 1975) 

21 IBLA 124 (July 14, 1975) 

21 IBLA 330 (Aug. 18, 1975) 

25 IBLA 234 (June 21, 1976) 

279 19 ibla 118 (Mar. 5, 1975) 

20 IBLA 129 (May 5, 1975) 

28 IBLA 314 (Jan. 14, 1977) 

37 IBLA 33 (Sept. 18, 1978) 

279-284 20 IBLA 23 (Apr. 16, 1975) 

37 IBLA 33 (Sept. 18, 1978) 

282 Sec. Order No. 3016; 85 I.D. 

1 (1978) 



33 IBLA 386 (Jan. 26, 1978) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

315 18 IBLA 432 (Feb. 14, 1975) 

24 IBLA 324; 83 I.D. 185 (1976) 

26 IBLA 254 (Aug. 18, 1976) 

38 IBLA 353 (Dec. 22, 1978) 

39 IBLA 272; 86 I.D. 133 (1979) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

315 et se£. 24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

24 IBLA 308 (Apr. 14, 1976) 

27 IBLA 278; 83 I.D. 518 (1976) 

29 IBLA 262 (Mar. 25, 1977) 

30 IBLA 14 (Apr. 4, 1977) 
30 IBLA 277 (June 1, 1977) 
32 IBLA 123 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

32 IBLA 174; 84 I.D. 475 (1977) 

32 IBLA 395 (Nov. 9, 1977) 

33 IBLA 386 (Jan. 26, 1978) 

35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

35 IBLA 306 (June 2, 1978) 

36 IBLA 98 (July 13, 1978) 

37 IBLA 357 (Oct. 31, 1978) 

38 IBLA 262 (Dec. 8, 1978) 

39 IBLA 176 (Jan. 30, 1979) 

40 IBLA 12 (Mar. 9, 1979) 

41 IBLA 110 (June 11, 1979) 

315-315g 30 IBLA 277 (June 1, 1977) 

315-315r 35 IBLA 306 (June 2, 1978) 

315a 24 IBLA 324; 83 I.D. 185 (1976) 

27 IBLA 340; 83 I.D. 542 (1976) 

32 IBLA 123 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

42 IBLA 48 (July 31, 1979) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

315a et se£. M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

315a-315r 42 IBLA 48 (July 31, 1979) 

315b 19 IBLA 97 (Mar. 4, 1975) 

19 IBLA 219 (Mar. 25, 1975) 
19 IBLA 274 (Apr. 7, 1975) 
24 IBLA 324; 83 I.D. 185 (1976) 
27 IBLA 340; 83 I.D. 542 (1976) 

33 IBLA 7 (Nov. 15, 1977) 
33 IBLA 225 (Dec. 28, 1977) 
40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 

M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 



United States Codes 

TITLE 43 (Continued) 



sec. 315c 
315f 



43 IBLA 41; 86 I.D. 458 (1979) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
18 IBLA 423 (Feb. 13, 1975) 

21 IBLA 210 (July 31, 1975) 

22 IBLA 177 (Sept. 30, 1975) 
22 IBLA 205 (Oct. 15, 1975) 
24 IBLA 308 (Apr. 14, 1976) 
26 IBLA 110 (July 26, 1976) 

31 IBLA 162 (July 1, 1977) 
36 IBLA 119 (July 25, 1978) 
38 IBLA 353 (Dec. 22, 1978) 
42 IBLA 313 (Aug. 29, 1979) 

315g 21 IBLA 352 (Aug. 25, 1975) 

26 IBLA 194 (Aug. 11, 1976) 

26 IBLA 313 (Aug. 30, 1976) 

27 IBLA 340; 83 I.D. 542 (1976) 

28 IBLA 118 (Nov. 15, 1976) 

32 IBLA 1 (Aug. 24, 197 7) 

32 IBLA 275 (Sept. 27, 1977) 

33 IBLA 358 (Jan. 18, 1978) 

35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

36 IBLA 119 (July 25, 1978) 
36 IBLA 329 (Aug. 28, 1978) 
42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

315g(b) 24 IBLA 58 (Feb. 23, 1976) 

27 IBLA 340; 83 I.D. 542 (1976) 
38 IBLA 160 (Dec. 5, 1978) 

315g(d) 32 IBLA 1 (Aug. 24, 1977) 

35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

38 IBLA 160 (Dec. 5, 1978) 

315h 30 IBLA 243 (May 31, 1977) 

315h-315m 30 IBLA 277 (June 1, 1977) 

315J. M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

315m 18 IBLA 432 (Feb. 14, 1975) 

19 IBLA 6 (Feb. 20, 1975) 

19 IBLA 71 (Feb. 26, 1975) 

19 IBLA 97 (Mar. 4, 1975) 

19 IBLA 154; 82 I.D. 93 (1975) 

19 IBLA 219 (Mar. 25, 1975) 

20 IBLA 111 (Apr. 25, 1975) 
20 IBLA 115 (Apr. 25, 1975) 

22 IBLA 31 (Sept. 10, 1975) 

23 IBLA 374 (Feb. 4, 1976) 

24 IBLA 1 (Feb. 4, 1976) 
24 IBLA 58 (Feb. 23, 1976) 
24 IBLA 124 (Mar. 2, 1976) 
24 IBLA 155 (Mar. 15, 1976) 

24 IBLA 265 (Mar. 29, 1976) 

25 IBLA 277 (June 25, 1976) 

25 IBLA 331; 83 I.D. 269 (1976) 

28 IBLA 93 (Nov. 15, 1976) 
30 IBLA 1 (Apr. 1, 1977) 
30 IBLA 277 (June 1, 1977) 
32 IBLA 123 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

32 IBLA 311; 84 I.D. 874 (1977) 

32 IBLA 395 (Nov. 9, 1977) 

33 IBLA 262 (Jan. 5, 1978) 

35 IBLA 75 (May 12, 1978) 

36 IBLA 282 (Aug. 21, 1978) 

37 IBLA 153 (Oct. 5, 1978) 

38 IBLA 327 (Dec. 19, 1978) 

39 IBLA 176 (Jan. 30, 1979) 

40 IBLA 129 (Mar. 28, 1979) 
42 IBLA 26 (July 26, 1979) 

42 IBLA 355 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

43 IBLA 41; 86 I.D. 458 (1979) 

315m-2 43 IBLA 41; 86 I.D. 458 (1979) 

315n 30 IBLA 277 (June 1, 1977) 

315o 30 IBLA 277 (June 1, 1977) 

315o-l 30 IBLA 277 (June 1, 1977) 

316 20 IBLA 162 (May 5, 1975) 

23 IBLA 54 (Dec. 4, 1975) 

41 IBLA 214 (June 27, 1979) 
41 IBLA 219 (June 27, 1979) 
41 IBLA 296 (June 29, 1979) 

41 IBLA 280; 86 I.D. 345 (1979) 

41 IBLA 338 (July 11, 1979) 



sec . 316 et_ seq . 



316-316o 



-20 IBLA 290 (May 27, 1975) 
23 IBLA 134 (Dec. 23, 1975) 
23 IBLA 197 (Jan. 6, 1976) 
23 IBLA 346 (Jan. 21, 1976) 
29 IBLA 255 (Mar. 25, 1977) 
41 IBLA 296 (June 29, 1979) 
41 IBLA 338 (July 11, 1979) 

-23 IBLA 54 (Dec. 4, 1975) 



23 IBLA 197 (Jan. 6, 1976) 

29 IBLA 255 (Mar. 25, 1977) 
316a-316o 23 IBLA 54 (Dec. 4, 1975) 

41 IBLA 214 (June 27, 1979) 
41 IBLA 219 (June 27, 1979) 
41 IBLA 280; 86 I.D. 345 (1979) 
41 IBLA 296 (June 29, 1979) 
41 IBLA 338 (July 11, 1979) 

316b 21 IBLA 152 (July 16, 1975) 

321 19 IBLA 350; 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 

25 IBLA 287; 83 I.D. 249 (1976) 

32 IBLA 372 (Oct. 31, 1977) 
43 IBLA 130 (Sept. 26, 1979) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

321 et se£. 20 IBLA 23 (Apr. 16, 1975) 

21 IBLA 210 (July 31, 1975) 

21 IBLA 266; 82 I.D. 375 (1975) 

23 IBLA 136 (Dec. 23, 1975) 

26 IBLA 41; 83 I.D. 280 (1976) 

33 IBLA 221 (Dec. 22, 1977) 
39 IBLA 141 (Jan. 29, 1979) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

321-329 19 IBLA 350; 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 

19 IBLA 379; 82 I.D. 123 (1975) 

322 42 IBLA 66 (Aug. 8, 1979) 

323 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

324 19 IBLA 350; 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 

19 IBLA 379; 82 I.D. 123 (1975) 
21 IBLA 266; 82 I.D. 377 (1975) 

325 21 IBLA 266; 82 I.D. 377 (1975) 

32 IBLA 372 (Oct. 31, 1977) 

327 19 IBLA 208 (Mar. 21, 1975) 

328 19 IBLA 350; 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 

19 IBLA 379; 82 I.D. 123 (1975) 

329 19 IB LA 350; 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 

19 IBLA 379; 82 I.D. 123 (1975) 
21 IBLA 266; 82 I.D. 377 (1975) 
26 IBLA 41; 83 I.D. 280 (1976) 
26 IBLA 366 (Sept. 8, 1976) 

30 IBLA 311 (June 6, 1977) 

32 IBLA 286 (Sept. 27, 1977) 

33 IBLA 277 (Jan. 5, 1978) 

34 IBLA 86 (Feb. 22, 1978) 
43 IBLA 178 (Sept. 28, 1979) 

333 26 IBLA 366 (Sept. 8, 1976) 

32 IBLA 286 (Sept. 27, 1977) 

334 26 IBLA 366 (Sept. 8, 1976) 

32 IBLA 286 (Sept. 27, 1977) 
34 IBLA 86 (Feb. 22, 1978) 

336 34 IBLA 86 (Feb. 22, 1978) 

43 IBLA 271 (Oct. 15, 1979) 

371 et se£. M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 
371(a) 3 ANCAB 11; 85 I.D. 219 (1978) 

372 et se£. M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

373 M-36913; 86 I.D. 306 (1979) 

383 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

390a M-36901; 85 I.D. 297 (1978) 

411 etsej, 20 IBLA 330 (June 6, 1975) 

412 M-36901; 85 I.D. 297 (1978) 

M-36902; 85 I.D. 326 (1978) 
M-36903; 85 I.D. 337 (1978) 
416 1 8 IBLA 385 (Jan _ 31j i 975 ) 

18 IBLA 428 (Feb. 14, 1975) 

24 IBLA 108 (Mar. 1, 1976) 
24 IBLA 237 (Mar. 24, 1976) 
36 IBLA 119 (July 25, 1978) 
39 IBLA 81 (Jan. 24, 1979) 

M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 

sec. 419 

422a 

422a et_ seq . 

422a-4221 

422b(b) 



United States Codes 

TITLE 43 (Continued) 



422b(c) - 
422d(a) - 
422e(b) - 
422e(c) - 
422f 



IBLA 119 (July 25, 1978) 
36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 



36904; 
36904; 
36904; 
36904; 
36904; 
36904; 
36904; 



85 I.D. 254 (1978) 



85 I. 

85 I. 

85 I, 

85 I. 



M-36904; 85 



422g M- 

422h 

422k 

423 

423e 



M- 

M- 

M- 

M- 

M- 

M- 

M- 

431-445 M- 

( 



431 



36904; 
36904; 
36904; 
36913; 
36904; 
36913; 
36904; 
36913; 



443 

455 

455a 

468 

469 et seq . 
471 



-18 
24 
36 
-19 
-42 
-42 
- M- 
-40 
-41 
41 

471 et seq_. M- 

471a-471o 41 

41 

476 29 

478 27 

485a(c) M- 

485h M- 

M- 

485h(a) M- 

485h(c) 35 

485h(d) M- 

485h(e) M- 

511 M- 

M- 

521 M- 

544 19 

M- 
615ii-615oo M- 

M- 
616 M _ 

M- 

616-616f M- 

616k M- 

616k-616s M- 

616p M- 

616nn M- 

616bbb M- 

616fff-l M- 

M- 
616fff-4 • 
616fff-7 
617 et_ sej 

617m 

620 



254 (1978) 

254 (1978) 

254 (1978) 

254 (1978) 

254 (1978) 

254 (1978) 

254 (1978) 

254 (1978) 

254 (1978) 

254 (1978) 

86 I.D. 306 (1979) 

85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

86 I.D. 306 (1979) 

85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

86 I.D. 306 (1979) 
36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 
1979) 

IBLA 428 (Feb. 14 
IBLA 237 (Mar. 24 
IBLA 119 (July 25 
IBLA 350; 82 I.D. 
IBLA 117 (Aug. 16 

IBLA 117 (Aug. 16, 1979) 

36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 
IBLA 30 (Mar. 15, 1979) 

IBLA 214 (June 27, 1979) 

IBLA 219 (June 27, 1979) 

36913; 86 I.D. 306 (1979) 

IBLA 214 (June 27, 1979) 

IBLA 219 (June 27, 1979) 

IBLA 220 (Mar. 23, 1977) 
IBLA 278; 83 I 
36901; 85 I.D. 
36901; 85 I.D. 
36903; 85 I.D. 
35902; 85 I.D. 



1975) 
1976) 
1978) 
146 (1975) 
1979) 



D. 518 (1976) 
297 (1978) 
297 (1978) 
337 (1978) 
326 (1978) 



IBLA 279; 85 I.D. 186 (1978) 



641 



641 £t seq . 



36901 

36901 

36901 

36913 

36904 

IBLA 350; 

36913 

36901 

36903 

36901 

36903 

36902 

36903 

36903 

36903 

36901 

36903 

36901 

36903 

36903 

36903 

36904 

36904 

36901 

36903 



85 I.D 



I.D. 
I.D. 
I.D. 
I.D. 
82 I 



85 I 

85 I 

85 I 

85 I 

85 I 

85 I 

85 I 

85 I 

85 I 

85 I 

85 I 

I 

I 

I 

I 

I 

I 

I 



297 (1978) 
297 (1978) 
297 (1978) 
306 (1979) 
254 (1978) 
D. 146 (1975) 
D. 306 (1979) 
D. 297 (1978) 
D. 337 (1978) 
D. 297 (1978) 
D. 337 (1978) 
D. 326 (1978) 
337 (1978) 
337 (1978) 
337 (1978) 
297 (1978) 
337 (1978) 
297 (1978) 
337 (1978) 
337 (1978) 
337 (1978) 
254 (1978) 
254 (1978) 
297 (1978) 
337 (1978) 
20, 1976) 

1976) 
11, 1976) 
2, 1977) 



85 

85 

85 

85 

85 

85 

85 
IBLA 314 (Apr. 
IBLA 2 7 (May 5 
IBLA 194 (Aug. 
IBLA 89 (Sept. 
IBLA 210 (July 31, 1975) 
IBLA 314 (Apr. 20, 1976) 
IBLA 387 (May 3, 1976) 
IBLA 27 (May 5, 1976) 
IBLA 303 (Oct. 26, 1976) 
IBLA 89 (Sept. 2, 1977) 
IBLA 372 (Oct. 31, 1977) 
IBLA 236 (May 26, 1978) 



643 21 IBLA 210 (July 31, 1975) 

24 IBLA 314 (Apr. 20, 1976) 

24 IBLA 387 (May 3, 1976) 

25 IBLA 27 (May 5, 1976) 

27 IBLA 303 (Oct. 26, 1976) 
32 IBLA 89 (Sept. 2, 1977) 

644 26 IBLA 194 (Aug. 11, 1976) 

661 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

666 28 IBLA 368; 84 I.D. 87 (1977) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

666(a) 28 IBLA 368; 84 I.D. 87 (1977) 

666(b) 28 IBLA 368; 84 I.D. 87 (1977) 

682 2 ANCAB 1; 84 I.D. 349 (1977) 

Sec. Order No. 3016; 85 I.D. 
1 (1978) 
682a 18 IBLA 385 (Jan. 31, 1975) 

19 IBLA 78 (Feb. 27, 1975) 

20 IBLA 156 (May 5, 1975) 

26 IBLA 270 (Aug. 24, 1976) 
31 IBLA 13 (June 17, 1977) 

682a et sej. 24 IBLA 190 (Mar. 18, 1976) 

24 IBLA 195 (Mar. 19, 1976) 
26 IBLA 270 (Aug. 24, 1976) 
38 IBLA 175 (Dec. 6, 1978) 
38 IBLA 297 (Dec. 14, 1978) 

682a-682c 28 IBLA 111 (Nov. 15, 1976) 

682a-682e 19 IBLA 312 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

20 IBLA 253 (May 16, 1975) 
38 IBLA 297 (Dec. 14, 1978) 

682b 31 IBLA 13 (June 17, 1977) 

687a 18 IBLA 286 (Jan. 2, 1975) 

19 IBLA 90 (Mar. 30, 1975) 
19 IBLA 149 (Mar. 13, 1975) 
19 IBLA 251 (Mar. 31, 1975) 

19 IBLA 283 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

20 IBLA 284 (May 27, 1975) 

21 IBLA 81 (June 27, 1975) 

21 IBLA 251 (Aug. 11, 1975) 

22 IBLA 150 (Sept. 30, 1975) 
22 IBLA 160 (Sept. 30, 1975) 
22 IBLA 216 (Oct. 15, 1975) 
22 IBLA 255 (Oct. 23, 1975) 
22 IBLA 258 (Oct. 24, 1975) 
22 IBLA 291 (Nov. 3, 1975) 
22 IBLA 3,38 (Nov. 14, 1975) 

22 IBLA 374 (Nov. 17, 1975) 

23 IBLA 59 (Dec. 11, 1975) 

23 IBLA 190 (Jan. 6, 1976) 

24 IBLA 23 (Feb. 11, 1976) 
24 IBLA 100 (Mar. 1, 1976) 

24 IBLA 240 (Mar. 25, 1976) 

25 IBLA 44 (May 13, 1976) 

25 IBLA 96 (June 3, 1976) 

26 IBLA 123 (July 30, 1976) 

27 IBLA 27 (Sept. 17, 1976) 

28 IBLA 345 (Jan. 24, 1977) 

29 IBLA 177 (Mar. 18, 1977) 

29 IBLA 348 (Mar. 31, 1977) 

30 IBLA 157 (May 18, 1977) 

30 IBLA 359 (June 10, 1977) 

31 IBLA 203 (July 6, 1977) 

31 IBLA 363 (July 28, 1977) 

32 IBLA 235 (Sept. 21, 1977) 

33 IBLA 395 (Jan. 30, 1978) 
35 IBLA 95 (May 15, 1978) 
37 IBLA 48 (Sept. 18, 1978) 



seq,. 



37 


IBLA 352 (Oct. 


30 


1978) 


38 


IBLA 305 (Dec. 


14 


1978) 


39 


IBLA 36 (Jan. 


15, 


1979) 


39 


IBLA 321 (Feb. 


27 


1979) 


40 


IBLA 63 (Mar. 


16, 


1979) 


40 


IBLA 106 (Mar. 


27 


1979) 


42 


IBLA 231 (Aug. 


22 


1979) 


42 


IBLA 136 (Aug. 


16 


1979) 


43 


IBLA 333 (Oct. 


29 


1979) 


20 


IBLA 174 (May 


7, 1975) 


20 


IBLA 221 (May 


9, 1975) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 

sec. 687a et seq . (Continued) 

23 IBLA 59 (Dec. 11, 1975) 
25 IBLA 44 (May 13, 1976) 
29 IBLA 348 (Mar. 31, 1977) 

687a-687a-6 22 IBLA 160 (Sept. 30, 1975) 

687a-l 19 IBLA 149 (Mar. 13, 1975) 

19 IBLA 283 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

20 IBLA 129 (May 5, 1975) 
20 IBLA 174 (May 7, 1975) 
20 IBLA 221 (May 9, 1975) 

20 IBLA 243 (May 16, 1975) 

21 IBLA 81 (June 27, 1975) 

21 IBLA 251 (Aug. 11, 1975) 

22 IBLA 160 (Sept. 30, 1975) 
22 IBLA 255 (Oct. 23, 1975) 
22 IBLA 291 (Nov. 3, 1975) 
22 IBLA 374 (Nov. 17, 1975) 

24 IBLA 100 (Mar. 1, 1976) 

24 IBLA 240 (Mar. 25, 1976) 

25 IBLA 96 (June 3, 1976) 
28 IBLA 68 (Nov. 10, 1976) 

28 IBLA 345 (Jan. 24, 1977) 

29 IBLA 177 (Mar. 18, 1977) 

30 IBLA 359 (June 10, 1977) 

31 IBLA 363 (July 28, 1977) 
33 IBLA 395 (Jan. 30, 1978) 

37 IBLA 48 (Sept. 18, 1978) 

38 IBLA 305 (Dec. 14, 1978) 

39 IBLA 36 (Jan. 15, 1979) 

40 IBLA 63 (Mar. 16, 1979) 
40 IBLA 106 (Mar. 27, 1979) 
42 IBLA 136 (Aug. 16, 1979) 

42 IBLA 231 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

43 IBLA 333 (Oct. 29, 1979) 
M-36889; 84 I.D. 188 (1977) 

687a-2 27 IBLA 27 (Sept. 17, 1976) 

697 35 IBLA 79 (^y 12j 1978) 

703(a) 34 IBLA 219 (Mar. 27, 1978) 

718 24 IBLA 85; 83 I.D. 47 (1976) 

40 IBLA 63 (Mar. 16, 1979) 

718 et sej. 24 IBLA 85; 83 I.D. 47 (1976) 

718-720 30 IBLA 74 (Apr. 18, 1977) 

40 IBLA 63 (Mar. 16, 1979) 

40 IBLA 317 (Apr. 30, 1979) 

722 35 IBLA 79 (May 12, 1978) 

732 24 IBLA 85; 83 I.D. 47 (1976) 

26 IBLA 97 (July 19, 1976) 
40 IBLA 63 (Mar. 16, 1979) 

732-736 43 IBLA 306 (Oct. 17, 1979) 

732-737 40 IBLA 63 (Mar. 16, 1979) 

733 35 IBLA 370 (June 23, 1978) 

39 IBLA 229 (Feb. 12, 1979) 
43 IBLA 156 (Sept. 28, 1979) 

733 et se£. 26 IBLA 144 (Aug. 2, 1976) 

733-736 24 IBLA 85; 83 I.D. 47 (1976) 

26 IBLA 97 (July 19, 1976) 
737 26 IBLA 144 (Aug. 2, 1976) 

43 IBLA 156 (Sept. 28, 1979) 

752 31 IBLA 342 (July 22, 1977) 

40 IBLA 184 (Apr. 5, 1979) 

757 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

772 30 IBLA 92 (Apr. 29, 1977) 

30 IBLA 95 (Apr. 29, 1977) 

31 IBLA 342 (July 22, 1977) 
37 IBLA 132 (Oct. 4, 1978) 
40 IBLA 184 (Apr. 5, 1979) 

851 3 ANCAB 11; 85 I.D. 219 (1978) 

24 IBLA 135 (Mar. 8, 1976) 

27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

28 IBLA 100; 83 I.D. 556 (1976) 
28 IBLA 124 (Nov. 16, 1976) 

33 IBLA 160 (Dec. 20, 1977) 

852 3 ANCAB 11; 85 I.D. 219 (1978) 

24 IBLA 135 (Mar. 8, 1976) 

27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 

sec. 852 (Continued) 

28 IBLA 100; 83 I.D. 556 (1976) 

33 IBLA 160 (Dec. 20, 1977) 

37 IBLA 215 (Oct. 12, 1978) 

852(a) 33 IBLA 160 (Dec. 20, 1977) 

852(a)(1) 24 IBLA 135 (Mar. 8, 1976) 

33 IBLA 160 (Dec. 20, 1977) 

852(a)(2) 24 IBLA 135 (Mar. 8, 1976) 

33 IBLA 160 (Dec. 20, 1977) 

852(a)(3) 24 IBLA 135 (Mar. 8, 1976) 

859 M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

869 18 IBLA 289; 82 I.D. 1 (1975) 

19 IBLA 198 (Mar. 19, 1975) 

22 IBLA 107 (Sept. 22, 1975) 

22 IBLA 182 (Oct. 7, 1975) 

22 IBLA 342 (Nov. 14, 1975) 

28 IBLA 210 (Dec. 8, 1976) 

34 IBLA 362 (May 1, 1978) 

37 IBLA 215 (Oct. 12, 1978) 

38 IBLA 382 (Dec. 29, 1978) 
40 IBLA 34 (Mar. 15, 1979) 
40 IBLA 175 (Apr. 3, 1979) 
40 IBLA 355 (May 14, 1979) 

43 IBLA 174 (Sept. 28, 1979) 
869 et sej. 19 IBLA 198 (Mar. 19, 1975) 

22 IBLA 182 (Oct. 7, 1975) 

28 IBLA 210 (Dec. 8, 1976) 

29 IBLA 220 (Mar. 23, 1977) 
37 IBLA 153 (Oct. 5, 1978) 

37 IBLA 215 (Oct. 12, 1978) 

38 IBLA 333 (Dec. 20, 1978) 
38 IBLA 382 (Dec. 29, 1978) 
40 IBLA 175 (Apr. 3, 1979) 

40 IBLA 355 (May 14, 1979) 

41 IBLA 98 (June 4, 1979) 
869(a) 18 IBLA 289; 82 I.D. 1 (1975) 

22 IBLA 107 (Sept. 22, 1975) 

44 IBLA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979) 

869-869-3 20 IBLA 50 (Apr. 23, 1975) 

869-869-4 M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 

(1979) 

869-1 20 IBLA 50 (Apr. 23, 1975) 

22 IBLA 107 (Sept. 22, 1975) 

37 IBLA 215 (Oct. 12, 1978) 
40 IBLA 355 (May 14, 1979) 

869-l(a) 18 IBLA 289; 82 I.D. 1 (1975) 

22 IBLA 342 (Nov. 14, 1975) 

869-2 18 IBLA 289; 82 I.D. 1 (1975) 

22 IBLA 107 (Sept. 22, 1975) 

22 IBLA 342 (Nov. 14, 1975) 
28 IBLA 210 (Dec. 8, 1976) 

38 IBLA 333 (Dec. 20, 1978) 

40 IBLA 355 (May 14, 1979) 

41 IBLA 98 (June 4, 1979) 

869-3 41 IBLA 98 (June 4, 1979) 

870 22 IBLA 44 (Sept. 15, 1975) 

870-871 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

871a 22 IBLA 44 (Sept. 15, 1975) 

27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 
872 25 IBLA 283 (June 28, 1976) 

28 IBLA 118 (Nov. 15, 1976) 

42 IBLA 355 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

891 et se£. 27 IBLA 256 (Oct. 20, 1976) 

894-899 20 IBLA 365 (June 12, 1975) 

23 IBLA 232; 83 I.D. 1 (1976) 

897 23 IBLA 232; 83 I.D. 1 (1976) 

898 20 IBLA 365 (June 12, 1975) 

32 IBLA 218 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

35 IBLA 270 (June 2, 1978) 

912 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

931 19 IBLA 139 (Mar. 7, 1975) 

40 IBLA 12 (Mar. 9, 1979) 

41 IBLA 132 (June 14, 1979) 
932 25 IBLA 44 (May 13, 1976) 

26 IBLA 281 (Aug. 26, 197) 



CXCVIII 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 
sec. 932 (Continued) 



United States Codes 

TITLE 43 (Continued) 



27 IBLA 278; 83 I.D. 518 (1976) 
35 IBLA 279; 85 I.D. 186 (1978) 

934 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

934 et sej. 24 IBLA 166; 83 I.D. 80 (1976) 

24 IBLA 360; 83 I.D. 194 (1976) 

934-939 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

936 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

940 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

942-1 3 ANCAB 297; 86 I.D. 381 (1979) 

945 2 ANCAB 1; 84 I.D. 349 (1977) 

29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 

945a 29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 

946 — 7 IBIA 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 

1976) 
1976) 
1977) 
1979) 
1978) 
1 (1977) 
3 (1979) 
1 (1977) 
3 (1979) 



24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 
946 et se£. 24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 

33 IBLA 225 (Dec. 28 
40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18 

946-949 34 IBLA 146 (Mar. 10 

M-36886; 84 I.D. 

M-36908; 86 I.D. 
951 M-36886; 84 I.D. 

M-36908; 86 I.D. 

952 33 IBLA 225 (Dec. 28, 1977) 

956 27 IBLA 278; 83 I.D. 518 (1976) 

34 IBLA 164 (Mar. 14, 1978) 
959 22 IBLA 342 (Nov. 14, 1975) 

25 IBLA 171 (June 14, 1976) 
25 IBLA 257 (June 23, 1976) 

25 IBLA 303 (June 28, 1976) 

26 IBLA 175 (Aug. 6, 1976) 

32 IBLA 384 (Nov. 3, 1977) 

33 IBLA 386 (Jan. 26, 1978) 

35 IBLA 53 (May 9, 1978) 

36 IBLA 313 (Aug. 23, 1978) 
40 IBLA 180 (Apr. 3, 1979) 

M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 
M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 
961 25 IBLA 171 (June 14, 1976) 

25 IBLA 341 (June 30, 1976) 

26 IBLA 393; 83 I.D. 332 (1976) 
29 IBLA 57 (Feb. 16, 1977) 

32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

34 IBLA 146 (Mar. 10, 1978) 

35 IBLA 279; 85 I.D. 186 (1978) 

35 IBLA 325; 85 I.D. 207 (1978) 

36 IBLA 260 (Aug. 15, 1978) 
39 IBLA 182 (Jan. 31, 1979) 

M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 
M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

975b 38 IBLA 382 (Dec. 29, 1978) 

975(d) 2 ANCAB 1; 84 I.D. 349 (1977) 

981 et se£. 31 IBLA 304; 84 I.D. 421 (1977) 

981-986 21 IBLA 33 (June 17, 1975) 

22 IBLA 318 (Nov. 10, 1975) 

982 21 IBLA 33 (June 17, 1975) 

22 IBLA 318 (Nov. 10, 1975) 
29 IBLA 132 (Feb. 23, 1977) 
31 IBLA 304; 84 I.D. 421 (1977) 
43 IBLA 271 (Oct. 15, 1979) 

982 et se£. 32 IBLA 129 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

983 21 IBLA 33 (June 17, 1975) 

984 21 IBLA 33 (June 17, 1975) 

987 31 IBLA 304; 84 I.D. 421 (1977) 

1001 28 IBLA 79 (Nov. 12, 1976) 

1002 33 IBLA 160 (Dec. 20, 1977) 

1061 20 IBLA 156 (May 5, 1975) 

38 IBLA 353 (Dec. 22, 1978) 

1064 38 IBLA 353 (Dec. 22, 1978) 

1068 21 IBLA 33 (June 17, 1975) 

21 IBLA 193 (July 28, 1975) 

22 IBLA 299 (Nov. 4, 1975) 

22 IBLA 318 (Nov. 10, 1975) 

23 IBLA 232; 83 I.D. 1 (1976) 
23 IBLA 358; 83 I.D. 23 (1976) 



sec. 1068 (Continued) 



25 IBLA 213 (June 16, 
25 IBLA 283 (June 28, 



1976) 
1976) 
1976) 



1068a 



26 IBLA 102 (July 20 

27 IBLA 213 (Oct. 6, 1976) 

28 IBLA 205; 83 I.D. 617 (1976) 

30 IBLA 320; 84 I.D. 276 (1977) 

31 IBLA 145 (June 30, 1977) 

31 IBLA 304; 84 I.D. 421 (1977) 

32 IBLA 129 (Sept. 12, 1977) 
32 IBLA 228 (Sept. 20, 1977) 

32 IBLA 378 (Nov. 1, 1977) 

33 IBLA 225 (Dec. 28, 1977) 
35 IBLA 79 (May 12, 1978) 
35 IBLA 257 (May 31, 1978) 

39 IBLA 15; 86 I.D. 22 (1979) 
39 IBLA 258 (Feb. 15, 1979) 

41 IBLA 268 (June 28, 1979) 

42 IBLA 36 (July 31, 1979) 
42 IBLA 117 (Aug. 16, 1979) 

42 IBLA 176 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

43 IBLA 348 (Oct. 29, 1979) 
25 IBLA 283 (June 28, 1976) 

29 IBLA 146 (Mar. 4, 1977) 

30 IBLA 320; 84 I.D. 276 (1977) 
32 IBLA 228 (Sept. 20, 1977) 

32 IBLA 378 (Nov. 1, 1977) 
35 IBLA 208 (May 26, 1978) 

37 IBLA 247 (Oct. 18, 1978) 

38 IBLA 118 (Nov. 22, 1978) 

39 IBLA 15; 86 I.D. 22 (1979) 
39 IBLA 258 (Feb. 15, 1979) 

21 IBLA 193 (July 28, 1975) 



25 IBLA 213 (June 16, 
35 IBLA 208 (May 26, 
39 IBLA 258 (Feb. 15, 
42 IBLA 36 (July 31, 



1976) 
1978) 

1979) 
1979) 

1068a-1068b 44 IBLA 110 (Nov. 27, 1979) 

1068b 29 IBLA 146 (Mar. 4, 1977) 

1074 22 IBLA 242 (Oct. 22, 1975) 

1137(a) M-36888; 84 I.D. 54 (1977) 

1141 et se£. 24 IBLA 147 (Mar. 10, 1976) 

1161 32 IBLA 272 (Sept. 27, 1977) 

1161-1163 21 IBLA 81 (June 27, 1975) 

26 IBLA 378 (Sept. 9, 1976) 

28 IBLA 132 (Nov. 19, 1976) 

1161-1164 22 IBLA 160 (Sept. 30, 1975) 

1161-1165 41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

1162 41 IBLA 41 (May 29, 1979) 

1164 28 IBLA 132 (Nov. 19, 1976) 

35 IBLA 79 (May 12, 1978) 

1165 25 IBLA 247 (June 23, 1976) 

26 IBLA 41; 83 I.D. 280 (1976) 

29 IBLA 192 (Mar. 18, 1977) 
39 IBLA 321 (Feb. 27, 1979) 

1166 21 IBLA 190 (July 28, 1975) 

35 IBLA 79 (May 12, 1978) 
37 IBLA 215 (Oct. 12, 1978) 

1171 2 ANCAB 214; 84 I.D. 982 (1977) 

24 IBLA 58 (Feb. 23, 1976) 
24 IBLA 195 (Mar. 19, 1976) 
26 IBLA 127 (July 30, 1976) 
26 IBLA 194 (Aug. 11, 1976) 
33 IBLA 182 (Dec. 21, 1977) 
33 IBLA 262 (Jan. 5, 1978) 

33 IBLA 358 (Jan. 18, 1978) 

34 IBLA 219 (Mar. 27, 1978) 
39 IBLA 141 (Jan. 29, 1979) 
41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 



1171 et seq . 
1181 £t seq . 
1181a 



43 IBLA 130 (Sept. 26, 1979) 

33 IBLA 182 (Dec. 21, 1977) 

— M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

26 IBLA 281 (Aug. 26, 1976) 

33 IBLA 91 (Dec. 16, 1977) 
39 IBLA 205 (Feb. 2, 1979) 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 
sec. 1181a (Continued) 



44 IBLA 51 (Nov. 19, 1979) 
M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1181a-1181j 30 IBLA 277 (June 1, 1977) 

39 IBLA 176 (Jan. 30, 1979) 
M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1181e 39 IBLA 205 (Feb. 2, 1979) 

1201 32 IBLA 174; 84 I.D. 475 (1977) 

35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

37 IBLA 80 (Sept. 22, 1978) 

38 IBLA 353 (Dec. 22, 1978) 
44 IBLA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979) 

1211 26 IBLA 378 (Sept. 9, 1976) 

1301 4 ANCAB 50; 86 I.D. 692 (1979) 

1301 et seo^. 25 IBLA 96 (June 3, 1976) 

M-36911; 86 I.D. 151 (1979) 

1301-1303 4 ANCAB 50; 86 I.D. 692 (1979) 

1301-1315 3 ANCAB 297; 86 I.D. 381 (1979) 

28 IBLA 83 (Nov. 12, 1976) 
M-36911; 86 I.D. 151 (1979) 

1301-1343 41 IBLA 207; 86 I.D. 342 (1979) 

1311 et se£. 21 IBLA 1 (June 16, 1975) 

1311-1315 4 ANCAB 50; 86 I.D. 692 (1979) 

1313(a) 3 ANCAB 297; 86 I.D. 381 (1979) 

M-36911; 86 I.D. 151 (1979) 

1313(b) 41 IBLA 207; 86 I.D. 342 (1979) 

1315 41 IBLA 207; 86 I.D. 342 (1979) 

1331-1343 41 IBLA 195 (June 22, 1979) 

M-36888; 84 I.D. 54 (1977) 
M-36888 (Supp.); 84 I.D. 64 
(1977) 

1334 20 IBLA 248 (May 16, 1975) 

31 IBLA 127 (June 30, 1977) 

1334(a)(1) 36 IBLA 185; 85 I.D. 347 (1978) 

M-36888 (Supp.); 84 I.D. 64 
(1977) 

1334(a)(2) M-36888 (Supp.); 84 I.D. 64 

(1977) 

1335 21 IBLA 137 (July 15, 1975) 

27 IBLA 15 (Sept. 17, 1976) 
31 IBLA 127 (June 30, 1977) 

1335(a) 31 IBLA 127 (June 30, 1977) 

1335(b) 31 IBLA 127 (June 30, 1977) 

1337 27 IBLA 15 (Sept. 17, 1976) 

31 IBLA 127 (June 30, 1976) 

1339 39 IBLA 393 (Mar. 2, 1979) 

1364 40 IBLA 12 (Mar. 9, 1979) 

41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 
1371 20 IBLA 120 (Apr. 25, 1975) 

20 IBLA 302 (May 30, 1975) 

22 IBLA 143 (Sept. 30, 1975) 
26 IBLA 232 (Aug. 17, 1976) 
34 IBLA 136 (Mar. 8, 1978) 
44 IBLA 213 (Dec. 11, 1979) 

1372 20 IBLA 120 (Apr. 25, 1975) 

1374 27 IBLA 61 (Sept. 27, 1976) 

30 IBLA 118 (May 2, 1977) 

1391 et se^. 26 IBLA 313 (Aug. 30, 1976) 

1411 et se£. 21 IBLA 258 (Aug. 11, 1975) 

24 IBLA 147 (Mar. 10, 1976) 

32 IBLA 77 (Sept. 2, 1977) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1411-1418 20 IBLA 330 (June 6, 1975) 

21 IBLA 258 (Aug. 11, 1975) 
21 IBLA 347 (Aug. 18, 1975) 

23 IBLA 280 (Jan. 12, 1976) 
26 IBLA 194 (Aug. 11, 1976) 
26 IBLA 270 (Aug. 24, 1976) 
32 IBLA 77 (Sept. 2, 1977) 

39 IBLA 141 (Jan. 29, 1979) 
43 IBLA 130 (Sept. 26, 1979) 

1414 24 IBLA 147 (Mar. 10, 1976) 

32 IBLA 77 (Sept. 2, 1977) 

1416 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1418 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 



United States Codes 

TITLE 43 (Continued) 

sec. 1431 24 IBLA 5 (Feb. 4, 1976) 

41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

1431 et sej. 24 IBLA 190 (Mar. 18, 1976) 

26 IBLA 313 (Aug. 30, 1976) 
1431-35 19 IBLA 75 (Feb. 26, 1975) 

22 IBLA 299 (Nov. 4, 1975) 

24 IBLA 5 (Feb. 4, 1976) 

24 IBLA 347 (Apr. 23, 1976) 

27 IBLA 308 (Oct. 29, 1976) 
31 IBLA 210 (July 6, 1977) 
38 IBLA 340 (Dec. 20, 1978) 
41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

1432 41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

1435 19 IBLA 75 (Feb. 26, 1975) 

41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

1457 24 IBLA 221 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

26 IBLA 208 (Aug. 16, 1976) 

37 IBLA 7 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

37 IBLA 80 (Sept. 22, 1978) 

146 4 M-36883; 83 I.D. 131 (1976) 

36 IBLA 111 (July 14, 1978) 

1601 2 ANCAB 142 (Sept. 23, 1977) 

2 ANCAB 358 (Mar. 31, 1978) 

3 ANCAB 1; 85 I.D. 200 (1978) 



3 ANCAB 21 (June 21, 1978) 
3 ANCAB 27 (June 26, 1978) 
3 ANCAB 65 (July 11, 1978) 
3 ANCAB 89 (Oct. 24, 1978) 
3 ANCAB 129; 86 I.D. 45 (1979) 
3 ANCAB 140; 86 I.D. 55 (1979) 
3 ANCAB 153; 86 I.D. 60 (1979) 
3 ANCAB 334 (Aug. 31, 1979) 
7 IBIA 157; 86 I.D. 333 (1979) 
41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 
41 IBLA 214 (June 27, 1979) 
41 IBLA 219 (June 27, 1979) 
41 IBLA 315; 86 I.D. 361 (1979) 
41 IBLA 382 (July 23, 1979) 



42 IBLA 82 (Aug. 
42 IBLA 86 (Aug. 

42 IBLA 260 (Aug. 

43 IBLA 245 (Oct. 
43 IBLA 266 (Oct. 

M-36880; 82 I.D. 
1601 et se£. 1 ANCAB 334 (Apr 

3 ANCAB 49; 85 I 

4 ANCAB 50; 86 I 
7 IBIA 128; 86 I 



13, 


1979) 


13, 


1979) 


27 


1979) 


10 


1979) 


15 


1979) 


325 (1975) 


. 15, 1977) 


.D. 


229 (1978) 


.D. 


692 (1979) 


.D. 


217 (1979) 


18 


1975) 


27 


1975) 


7, 


1975) 


7, 


1975) 


21, 


1975) 



1601-1611 
1601-1624 



19 IBLA 178 (Mar. 
19 IBLA 242 (Mar. 
19 IBLA 312 (Apr. 

19 IBLA 320 (Apr. 

20 IBLA 47 (Apr. 
20 IBLA 174 (May 7, 1975) 
20 IBLA 284 (May 27, 1975) 

20 IBLA 290 (May 27, 1975) 

21 IBLA 157 (July 21, 1975) 

21 IBLA 173 (July 25, 1975) 

22 IBLA 56 (Sept. 17, 1975) 
22 IBLA 191 (Oct. 15, 1975) 

32 IBLA 5 (Aug. 24, 1977) 

33 IBLA 354 (Jan. 18, 1978) 
35 IBLA 349 (June 19, 1978) 

40 IBLA 79 (Mar. 22, 1979) 

41 IBLA 248 (June 27, 1979) 
41 IBLA 296 (June 29, 1979) 
41 IBLA 338 (July 11, 1979) 

M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 
M-36911; 86 I.D. 151 (1979) 
1 SEC 1; 84 I.D. 176 (1977) 

- 3 ANCAB 140; 86 I.D. 55 (1979) 
3 ANCAB 153; 86 I.D. 60 (1979) 

- 1 ANCAB 190; 83 I.D. 619 (1976) 
1 ANCAB 281; 83 I.D. 685 (1976) 
1 ANCAB 290 (Jan. 10, 1977) 

1 ANCAB 294 (Jan. 14, 1977) 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 

sec. 1601-1624 (Continued) 



United States Codes 

TITLE 43 (Continued) 

sec. 1601-1624 (Continued) 



1 ANCAB 


300 (Feb. 15, 1977) 




1 ANCAB 


305; 84 I.D. 105 (1977) 




1 ANCAB 


317 (Apr. 8, 1977) 




1 ANCAB 


322 (Apr. 8, 1977) 




1 ANCAB 


327 (Apr. 15, 1977) 




1 ANCAB 


334 (Apr. 15, 1977) 




1 ANCAB 


341 (Apr. 28, 1977) 




1 ANCAB 


345 (May 4, 1977) 




1 ANCAB 


348 (May 4, 1977) 




1 ANCAB 


351 (May 4, 1977) 




1 ANCAB 


354 (May 4, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


1; 84 I.D. 349 (1977) 


] 


2 ANCAB 


98 (July 15, 1977) 


] 


2 ANCAB 


115 (July 15, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


123 (July 25, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


126 (Aug. 4, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


134 (Aug. 4, 1977) 


1601-1627 


2 ANCAB 


142 (Sept. 23, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


150; 84 I.D. 891 (1977) 




2 ANCAB 


166 (Nov. 16, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


169 (Nov. 8, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


181 (Dec. 16, 1977) 


1601-1628 


2 ANCAB 


183 (Dec. 19, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


187 (Dec. 19, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


191 (Dec. 19, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


195 (Dec. 19, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


199 (Dec. 19, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


203 (Dec. 19, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


207 (Dec. 19, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


211 (Dec. 19, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


214; 84 I.D. 982 (1977) 




2 ANCAB 


223 (Dec. 20, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


227 (Dec. 20, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


231 (Dec. 20, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


235 (Dec. 20, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


239 (Dec. 20, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


243 (Dec. 20, 1977) 




2 ANCAB 


247; 84 I.D. 1007 (1977) 




2 ANCAB 


258; 84 I.D. 1015 (1977) 




2 ANCAB 


264 (Jan. 23, 1978) 




2 ANCAB 


269 (Jan. 26, 1978) 




2 ANCAB 


272 (Jan. 26, 1978) 




2 ANCAB 


275 (Jan. 27, 1978) 




2 ANCAB 


277 (Jan. 26, 1978) 


l 


2 ANCAB 


284 (Feb. 1, 1978) 


I 


2 ANCAB 


289; 85 I.D. 27 (1978) 


i 


2 ANCAB 


298 (Feb. 13, 1978) 


I 


2 ANCAB 


302 (Feb. 21, 1978) 


I 


2 ANCAB 


316 (Mar. 2, 1978) 


1601-1629 


2 ANCAB 


325 (Mar. 9, 1978) 




2 ANCAB 


327 (Mar. 22, 1978) 


1603 : 


2 ANCAB 


329 (Mar. 24, 1978) 




2 ANCAB 


336 (Mar. 24, 1978) 




2 ANCAB 


350 (Mar. 28, 1978) 




2 ANCAB 


363 (Mar. 31, 1978) 




2 ANCAB 


371 (May 9, 1978) 


i 


2 ANCAB 


376 (May 9, 1978) 


lAnifKl . ■ 


lOUJvD^ — — — — — — t 


2 ANCAB 


379; 85 I.D. 97 (1978) 


M.rw( r-\ ' 


1DUJVC/ — — — — — i 


3 ANCAB 


1; 85 I.D. 200 (1978) 




3 ANCAB 


11; 85 I.D. 219 (1978) 




3 ANCAB 


21 (June 21, 1978) 


i 


3 ANCAB 


27 (June 26, 1978) 


\fr\Q J 




3 ANCAB 


37 (July 3, 1978) 




3 ANCAB 


49; 85 I.D. 229 (1978) 




3 ANCAB 


65 (July 11, 1978) 


i 


3 ANCAB 


74 (Aug. 10, 1978) 




3 ANCAB 


77 (Aug. 17, 1978) 


1 (\"\ C\( a\ — — __»_. 


LO L\J\ a. ) — — — — — 


3 ANCAB 


85 (Sept. 14, 1978) 


< 


3 ANCAB 


89 (Oct. 24, 1978) 


1610(a)(1) ] 


3 ANCAB 


96 (Nov. 20, 1978) 


1 


3 ANCAB 


100 (Nov. 20, 1978) 


1 


3 ANCAB 


105 (Dec. 11, 1978) 


1 


3 ANCAB 


108 (Dec. 18, 1978) 


2 


3 ANCAB 


111; 85 I.D. 462 (1978) 





3 ANCAB 124 (Jan. 5, 1979) 
3 ANCAB 129; 86 I.D. 45 (1979) 
3 ANCAB 127 (Jan. 15, 1979) 
3 ANCAB 140; 86 I.D. 55 (1979) 
3 ANCAB 153; 86 I.D. 60 (1979) 
3 ANCAB 165 (Feb. 22, 1979) 
3 ANCAB 168; 86 I.D. 189 (1979) 
3 ANCAB 182 (Mar. 20, 1979) 
3 ANCAB 190 (Apr. 6, 1979) 
3 ANCAB 193 (Apr. 11, 1979) 
3 ANCAB 196; 86 I.D. 225 (1979) 
19 IBLA 211 (Mar. 21, 1975) 

19 IBLA 316 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

20 IBLA 253 (May 16, 1975) 
22 IBLA 220 (Oct. 15, 1975) 

M-36877; 82 I.D. 14 (1975) 

3 ANCAB 219; 86 I.D. 257 (1979) 

3 ANCAB 238; 86 I.D. 285 (1979) 

3 ANCAB 252 (May 16, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 258 (May 18, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 261 (May 24, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 273; 86 I.D. 523 (1979) 

3 ANCAB 280 (June 8, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 285 (June 11, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 291 (June 29, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 294 (July 10, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 297; 86 I.D. 381 (1979) 

3 ANCAB 321 (Aug. 17, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 325; 86 I.D. 392 (1979) 

3 ANCAB 334 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 346 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 351; 86 I.D. 452 (1979) 

3 ANCAB 365 (Sept. 19, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 371 (Sept. 19, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 377 (Sept. 21, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 383 (Sept. 25, 1979) 

4 ANCAB 1 (Oct. 17, 1979) 
4 ANCAB 3; 86 I.D. 618 (1979) 
4 ANCAB 17 Oct. 31, 1979) 
4 ANCAB 24; 86 I.D. 663 (1979) 
4 ANCAB 50; 86 I.D. 692 (1979) 
4 ANCAB 108 (Dec. 19, 1979) 
4 ANCAB 110 (Dec. 19, 1979) 

41 IBLA 85 (June 4, 1979) 

42 IBLA 1 (July 25, 1979) 
42 IBLA 269 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 370; 86 I.D. 441 (1979) 

43 IBLA 186 (Oct. 5, 1979) 
Sec. Order No. 3016; 85 I.D. 

1 (1978) 
20 IBLA 169 (May 7, 1975) 
20 IBLA 290 (May 27, 1975) 

20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 

21 IBLA 207 (July 30, 1975) 
28 IBLA 83 (Nov. 12, 1976) 
43 IBLA 186 (Oct. 5, 1979) 
20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 

20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 

21 IBLA 173 (July 25, 1975) 
28 IBLA 83 (Nov. 12, 1976) 

41 IBLA 315; 86 I.D. 361 (1979) 

20 IBLA 50 (Apr. 23, 1975) 

21 IBLA 292 (Aug. 11, 1975) 
24 IBLA 240 (Mar. 25, 1976) 

42 IBLA 200 (Aug. 22, 1979) 
1 SEC. 1; 84 I.D. 176 (1977) 
3 ANCAB 325; 86 I.D. 392 (1979) 

42 IBLA 200 (Aug. 22, 1979) 
19 IBLA 178 (Mar. 18, 1975) 
19 IBLA 242 (Mar. 27, 1975) 
19 IBLA 316 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

19 IBLA 320 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

20 IBLA 50 (Apr. 23, 1975) 
1 SEC. 1; 84 I.D. 176 (1977) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 

sec. 1610(a)(1) 19 IBLA 316 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

1610(a)(2) 19 IBLA 178 (Mar. 18, 1975) 

19 IBLA 242 (Mar. 27, 1975) 
19 IBLA 316 (Apr. 7, 1975) 
1 SEC. 1; 84 I.D. 176 (1977) 

1610(b)(2) M-36877; 82 I.D. 14 (1975) 

1611 3 ANCAB 111; 85 I.D. 462 (1978) 

3 ANCAB 140; 86 I.D. 55 (1979) 
19 IBLA 178 (Mar. 18, 1975) 
19 IBLA 242 (Mar. 27, 1975) 

1 SEC. 1; 84 I.D. 176 (1977) 

1611(a) 3 ANCAB 325; 86 I.D. 392 (1979) 

1611(a)(1) 19 IBLA 178 (Mar. 18, 1975) 

19 IBLA 242 (Mar. 27, 1975) 
19 IBLA 316 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

1612(b) 19 IBLA 178 (Mar. 18, 1975) 

1613(a) 2 ANCAB 264 (Jan. 23, 1978) 

2 ANCAB 295 (May 25, 1978) 

3 ANCAB 334 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

4 ANCAB 24; 86 I.D. 663 (1979) 
19 IBLA 178 (Mar. 18, 1975) 

1613(c) 3 ANCAB 1; 85 I.D. 200 (1978) 

3 ANCAB 21 (June 21, 1978) 
3 ANCAB 27 (June 26, 1978) 
3 ANCAB 65 (July 11, 1978) 
3 ANCAB 334 (Aug. 29, 1979) 

1613(e) 1 SEC. 1; 84 I.D. 176 (1977) 

1613(f) 1 SEC. 1; 84 I.D. 176 (1977) 

1613(g) 2 ANCAB 358 (Mar. 31, 1978) 

3 ANCAB 89 (Oct. 24, 1978) 
3 ANCAB 129; 86 I.D. 45 (1979) 
3 ANCAB 140; 86 I.D. 55 (1979) 
3 ANCAB 153; 86 I.D. 60 (1979) 
3 ANCAB 325; 86 I.D. 392 (1979) 
19 IBLA 178 (Mar. 18, 1975) 

42 IBLA 200 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

1 SEC. 1; 84 I.D. 176 (1977) 
Sec. Order No. 3016; 85 I.D. 
1 (1978) 

1613(h)(5) 22 IBLA 296 (Nov. 3, 1975) 

29 IBLA 160 (Mar. 9, 1977) 

43 IBLA 186 (Oct. 5, 1979) 

1615(a) 1 SEC. 1; 84 I.D. 176 (1977) 

1616 2 ANCAB 1; 84 I.D. 349 (1977) 

19 IBLA 283 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

1616(d)(1) 20 IBLA 59; 82 I.D. 174 (1975) 

28 IBLA 378 (Feb. 4, 1977) 
35 IBLA 349 (June 19, 1978) 
41 IBLA 85 (June 4, 1979) 

1616(d)(2) 35 IBLA 349 (June 19, 1978) 

37 IBLA 346 (Oct. 27, 1978) 

1616(d)(2)(C) 31 IBLA 43 (June 21, 1977) 

35 IBLA 61 (May 10, 1978) 

1617 18 IBLA 418 (Feb. 10, 1975) 

19 IBLA 68 (Feb. 25, 1975) 

20 IBLA 162 (May 5, 1975) 
20 IBLA 169 (May 7, 1975) 

20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 

21 IBLA 54 (June 18, 1975) 
21 IBLA 152 (July 16, 1975) 
21 IBLA 157 (July 21, 1975) 
21 IBLA 173 (July 25, 1975) 
21 IBLA 207 (July 30, 1975) 
21 IBLA 223 (July 31, 1975) 

1975) 
1975) 
1975) 
1975) 
1975) 
1975) 
1975) 
1975) 
1975) 
23 IBLA 17 (Nov. 26, 1975) 
23 IBLA 36 (Dec. 2, 1975) 
23 IBLA 54 (Dec. 4, 1975) 



12, 


1975) 


H, 


1975) 


12, 


1975) 


18, 


1975) 


23 


1975) 


23 


1975) 


23 


1975) 


23 


1975) 


23 


1975) 


23 


1975) 


31 


1975) 


5, 


1976) 


6, 


1976) 


12 


1976) 


12 


1976) 


14 


1976) 


16 


1976) 


16 


1976) 


21 


1976) 


, 1976) 



21 


IBLA 292 (Aug. 


11 


22 


IBLA 38 (Sept. 


10 


22 


IBLA 54 (Sept. 


17 


22 


IBLA 56 (Sept. 


17 


2 2 


IBLA 233 (Oct. 


22 


22 


IBLA 247 (Oct. 


22 


22 


IBLA 266 (Oct. 


30 


22 


IBLA 287 (Oct. 


30 


22 


IBLA 388 (Nov. 


24 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 

sec. 1617 (Continued) 

23 IBLA 77 (Dec. 

23 IBLA 79 (Dec. 

23 IBLA 81 (Dec. 

23 IBLA 95 (Dec. 

23 IBLA 120 (Dec. 

23 IBLA 124 (Dec. 

23 IBLA 128 (Dec. 

23 IBLA 134 (Dec. 

23 IBLA 151 (Dec. 

23 IBLA 159 (Dec. 

23 IBLA 174 (Dec. 

23 IBLA 188 (Jan. 

23 IBLA 205 (Jan. 

23 IBLA 276 (Jan. 12, 

23 IBLA 288 (Jan. 

23 IBLA 299 (Jan. 

23 IBLA 304 (Jan. 

23 IBLA 314 (Jan. 

23 IBLA 346 (Jan. 

26 IBLA 1 (July 6, 

28 IBLA 83 (Nov. 12, 1976) 

29 IBLA 250 (Mar. 25, 1977) 
29 IBLA 255 (Mar. 25, 1977) 
31 IBLA 21 (June 20, 1977) 

40 IBLA 321; 86 I.D. 279 (1979) 

41 IBLA 44 (May 29, 1979) 
41 IBLA 169 (June 22, 1979) 
41 IBLA 179 (June 22, 1979) 
41 IBLA 224 (June 27, 1979) 

41 IBLA 280; 86 I.D. 345 (1979) 
41 IBLA 296 (June 29, 1979) 
41 IBLA 309 (July 5, 1979) 
41 IBLA 315; 86 I.D. 361 (1979) 

41 IBLA 382 (July 23, 1979) 

42 IBLA 1 (July 25, 1979) 
42 IBLA 51 (July 31, 1979) 
42 IBLA 155 (Aug. 19, 1979) 
42 IBLA 231 (Aug. 22, 1979) 
42 IBLA 269 (Aug. 27, 1979) 
42 IBLA 276 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 370; 86 I.D. 441 (1979) 

43 IBLA 69 (Sept. 19, 1979) 
43 IBLA 74 (Sept. 19, 1979) 
43 IBLA 174 (Sept. 28, 1979) 
43 IBLA 284 (Oct. 17, 1979) 
43 IBLA 288 (Oct. 17, 1979) 

43 IBLA 296 (Oct. 17, 1979) 

44 IBLA 99 (Nov. 20, 1979) 
44 IBLA 313 (Dec. 31, 1979) 

1617(a) 22 IBLA 296 (Nov. 3, 1975) 

23 IBLA 170 (Dec. 29, 1975) 

42 IBLA 59 (Aug. 2, 1979) 

43 IBLA 14 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
43 IBLA 74 (Sept. 19, 1979) 

1618 21 IBLA 116 (June 30, 1975) 

1621(b) 3 ANCAB 334 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

31 IBLA 242 (July 18, 1977) 
Sec. Order No. 3016; 85 I.D. 
1 (1978) 

1621(c) Sec. Order No. 3016; 85 I.D. 

1 (1978) 

1621(i) 2 ANCAB 247; 84 I.D. 1007 

(1977) 
2 ANCAB 277 (Jan. 26, 1978) 

2 ANCAB 302 (Feb. 21, 1978) 

3 ANCAB 34 (June 27, 1978) 
3 ANCAB 37 (July 3, 1978) 

3 ANCAB 49; 85 I.D. 229 (1978) 
20 IBLA 47 (Apr. 21, 1975) 
1 SEC. 1; 84 I.D. 176 (1977) 

1624 19 IBLA 178 (Mar. 18, 1975) 

41 IBLA 85 (June 4, 1979) 
1652(b) 40 IBLA 48 (Mar. 15, 1979) 



ecu 



United States Codes 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 



sec. 1701 30 IBLA 148 (May 16, 1977) 

32 IBLA 142 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

33 IBLA 7 (Nov. 15, 1977) 

33 IBLA 240 (Dec. 28, 1977) 

34 IBLA 81 (Feb. 22, 1978) 
34 IBLA 164 (Mar. 14, 1978) 

36 IBLA 4 (June 27, 1978) 

37 IBLA 120 (Oct. 3, 1978) 
42 IBLA 164 (Aug. 17, 1979) 
42 IBLA 190 (Aug. 22, 1979) 
44 IBLA 51 (Nov. 19, 1979) 
44 IBLA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979) 

M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1701 e£ seq. 30 IBLA 112 (May 2, 1977) 

30 IBLA 277 (June 1, 1977) 

30 IBLA 354 (June 9, 1977) 

32 IBLA 89 (Sept. 2, 1977) 

33 IBLA 7 (Nov. 15, 1977) 
33 IBLA 32 (Nov. 25, 1977) 
33 IBLA 47 (Nov. 25, 1977) 

33 IBLA 262 (Jan. 5, 1978) 

34 IBLA 219 (Mar. 27, 1978) 

35 IBLA 79 (May 12, 1978) 

38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 
38 IBLA 160 (Dec. 5, 1978) 

38 IBLA 327 (Dec. 19, 1978) 

39 IBLA 62 (Jan. 17, 1979) 

40 IBLA 209 (Apr. 10, 1979) 

40 IBLA 222; 86 I.D. 234 (1979) 

40 IBLA 257 (Apr. 16, 1979) 

41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

41 IBLA 132 (June 14, 1979) 
M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1701(a)(5) 38 IBLA 382 (Dec. 29, 1978) 

1701(a)(7) 43 IBLA 110 (Sept. 24, 1979) 

1701(a)(8) M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1701(a)(9) 33 IBLA 142 (Dec. 19, 1977) 

M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

1701(b) 42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

1701(h) 40 IBLA 180 (Apr. 3, 1979) 

M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1701-1782 3 ANCAB 273; 86 I.D. 397 

(1979) 

3 ANCAB 377 (Sept. 21, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 351; 86 I.D. 452 (1979) 

31 IBLA 43 (June 21, 1977) 

42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

43 IBLA 210; 86 I.D. 538 (1979) 
1702 42 IBLA 200 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

1702(a) M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1702(c) 43 IBLA 110 (Sept. 24, 1979) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1702(e) 3 ANCAB 273; 86 I.D. 397 (1979) 

3 ANCAB 351; 86 I.D. 452 (1979) 

41 IBLA 253 (June 28, 1979) 

42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

1702(e)(1) M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1702(g) 41 IBLA 253 (June 28, 1979) 

1702(h) 39 IBLA 205 (Feb. 2, 1979) 

1702(j) 38 IBLA 347 (Dec. 22, 1978) 

1702(0 M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1711 M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1712 41 IBLA 354 (July 20, 1979) 

1712(d) M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1712(e)(3) 43 IBLA 35 (Sept. 12, 1979) 

1713 3 ANCAB 351; 86 I.D. 452 (1979) 

33 IBLA 262 (Jan. 5, 1978) 

1714 30 IBLA 112 (May 2, 1977) 

33 IBLA 32 (Nov. 25, 1977) 
33 IBLA 47 (Nov. 25, 1977) 

1714(a) 41 IBLA 85 (June 4, 1979) 

1714(e)(1) 38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 

sec. 1714(f) 35 IBLA 61 (May 10, 1978) 

1714(p(l) 35 IBLA 61 (May 10, 1978) 

1715 42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

1715(d) 42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

1715(c) 42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

1716 36 IBLA 119 (July 25, 1978) 

42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

1716(a) 44 IBLA 58 (Nov. 20, 1979) 

1716(c) 42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

1718 38 IBLA 382 (Dec. 29, 1978) 

1720 33 IBLA 7 (Nov. 15, 1977) 

1722 31 IBLA 210 (July 6, 1977) 

41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

1722(a) 41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

1722(b) 41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

1731(d) 34 IBLA 374 (May 1, 1978) 

1732 31 IBLA 389 (Aug. 19, 1977) 

38 IBLA 361 (Dec. 29, 1978) 

1732(a) 44 IBLA 51 (Nov. 19, 1979) 

1732(b) 30 IBLA 148 (May 16, 1977) 

30 IBLA 354 (June 9, 1977) 

32 IBLA 142 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

40 IBLA 180 (Apr. 3, 1979) 

42 IBLA 167 (Aug. 17, 1979) 
44 IBLA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979) 

M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1733 38 IBLA 361 (Dec. 29, 1978) 

1740 31 IBLA 389 (Aug. 19, 1977) 

32 IBLA 317 (Sept. 30, 1977) 

33 IBLA 7 (Nov. 15, 1977) 

41 IBLA 132 (June 14, 1979) 

41 IBLA 372 (July 23, 1979) 

42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 
44 IBLA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979) 

M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

1743 39 IBLA 62 (Jan. 17, 1979) 

1744 32 IBLA 305 (Sept. 30, 1977) 

33 IBLA 240 (Dec. 28, 1977) 
33 IBLA 317 (Jan. 16, 1978) 
35 IBLA 35 (May 8, 1978) 
35 IBLA 110 (May 15, 1978) 
35 IBLA 169 (May 22, 1978) 
37 IBLA 1 (Sept. 6, 1978) 
37 IBLA 88 (Sept. 

37 IBLA 120 (Oct. 

38 IBLA 385 (Dec. 

39 IBLA 32 (Jan. 
39 IBLA 72 (Jan. 

39 IBLA 306 (Feb. 

40 IBLA 88 (Mar. 

40 IBLA 212 (Apr. 

41 IBLA 92 (June 
41 IBLA 142 (June 14, 1979) 

41 IBLA 302 (June 29, 1979) 

42 IBLA 18 (July 25, 1979) 
42 IBLA 56 (Aug. 1, 1979) 
42 IBLA 139 (Aug. 16, 1979) 
42 IBLA 144 (Aug. 16, 1979) 
42 IBLA 288 (Aug. 27, 1979) 
42 IBLA 292 (Aug. 27, 1979) 
42 IBLA 383 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

42 IBLA 391 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

43 IBLA 1 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
43 IBLA 10 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
43 IBLA 182 (Sept. 28, 1979) 

43 IBLA 210; 86 I.D. 538 (1979) 
43 IBLA 239 (Oct. 10, 1979) 
43 IBLA 302 (Oct. 17, 1979) 

43 IBLA 380 (Oct. 31, 1979) 

44 IBLA 11 (Nov. 6, 1979) 
44 IBLA 126 (Nov. 27, 1979) 
44 IBLA 162 (Nov. 30, 
44 IBLA 192 (Nov. 30, 
44 IBLA 250 (Dec. 19, 
44 IBLA 272 (Dec. 26, 



22 


1978) 


3, 


1978) 


29 


1978) 


1^, 


1979) 


24, 


1979) 


2 3 


, 1979) 


22, 


1979) 


10 


, 1979) 


4, 


L979) 



1979) 
1979) 
1979) 
1979) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 
sec. 1744 (Continued) 



TITLE 43 (Continued) 
sec. 1752(c) (Continued) 



31, 


1979) 


86 


I.D. 627 


16, 


1979) 


27, 


1979) 


16, 


1979) 


11, 


1979) 


10, 


1979) 


17, 


1979) 


11, 


1979) 



44 IBLA 310 (Dec. 
M-36893 (Supp.); 
(1979) 

1744(a) 42 IBLA 144 (Aug. 

42 IBLA 296 (Aug. 

42 IBLA 139 (Aug. 

43 IBLA 10 (Sept. 
43 IBLA 250 (Oct. 
43 IBLA 302 (Oct. 

1744(a)(1) 41 IBLA 115 (June 11, 

42 IBLA 18 (July 25, 1979) 

42 IBLA 292 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 338 (Aug. 30, 1979) 

42 IBLA 391 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

43 IBLA 1 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
43 IBLA 182 (Sept. 28, 1979) 

M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1744(a)(2) 41 IBLA 115 (June 11, 1979) 

41 IBLA 142 (June 14, 1979) 

42 IBLA 18 (July 25, 1979) 
42 IBLA 292 (Aug. 27, 1979) 
42 IBLA 338 (Aug. 30, 1979) 

42 IBLA 391 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

43 IBLA 1 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
1744(b) 33 IBLA 317 (Jan. 16, 1978) 

33 IBLA 349 (Jan. 18, 1978) 

35 IBLA 169 (May 22, 1978) 

36 IBLA 379 (Aug. 31, 1978) 

37 IBLA 13 (Sept. 8, 1978) 
37 IBLA 88 (Sept. 22, 1978) 

37 IBLA 120 (Oct. 3, 1978) 

39 IBLA 32 (Jan. 15, 1979) 

40 IBLA 88 (Mar. 22, 1979) 

40 IBLA 212 (Apr. 10, 1979) 

41 IBLA 115 (June 11, 1979) 

41 IBLA 391 (July 24, 1979) 

42 IBLA 91 (Aug. 13, 1979) 

42 IBLA 288 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

43 IBLA 84 (Sept. 19, 1979) 

43 IBLA 119 (Sept. 24, 1979) 

44 IBLA 44 (Nov. 19, 1979) 
1744(c) 41 IBLA 115 (June 11, 1979) 

41 IBLA 391 (July 24, 1979) 

42 IBLA 18 (July 25, 1979) 
42 IBLA 144 (Aug. 16, 1979) 
42 IBLA 292 (Aug. 27, 1979) 
42 IBLA 383 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

42 IBLA 391 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

43 IBLA 1 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
43 IBLA 182 (Sept. 28, 1979) 

43 IBLA 302 (Oct. 17, 1979) 

44 IBLA 310 (Dec. 31, 1979) 

1745 42 IBLA 355 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

1746 3 ANCAB 273; 86 I.D. 397 

(1979) 

3 ANCAB 351; 86 I.D. 452 

(1979) 

3 ANCAB 377 (Sept. 21, 1979) 

38 IBLA 175 (Dec. 6, 1978) 
42 IBLA 355 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

1751 41 IBLA 354 (July 20, 1979) 

1751(b)(1) 41 IBLA 354 (July 20, 1979) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1751-1753 38 IBLA 327 (Dec. 19, 1978) 

1752 31 IBLA 377 (Aug. 8, 1977) 

40 IBLA 129 (Mar. 28, 1979) 

1752(a) 30 IBLA 277 (June 1, 1977) 

39 IBLA 176 (Jan. 30, 1979) 

39 IBLA 272; 86 I.D. 133 
(1979) 

1752(c) 32 IBLA 395 (Nov. 9, 1977) 

33 IBLA 262 (Jan. 5, 1978) 

40 IBLA 129 (Mar. 28, 1979) 



42 IBLA 26 (July 26, 1979) 

43 IBLA 41; 86 I.D. 458 (1979) 

1752(c)(2) 43 IBLA 41; 86 I.D. 458 (1979) 

1752(g) 30 IBLA 277 (June 1, 1977) 

1761 29 IBLA 57 (Feb. 16, 1977) 

31 IBLA 367 (Aug. 1, 1977) 

33 IBLA 7 (Nov. 7, 1977) 

38 IBLA 80 (Nov. 9, 1978) 
40 IBLA 180 (Apr. 3, 1979) 

44 IBLA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979) 
M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

1761 et^ se£. 32 IBLA 317 (Sept. 30, 1977) 

M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

1761(a)(6) 40 IBLA 209 (Apr. 10, 1979) 

1761(b)(1) 40 IBLA 180 (Apr. 3, 1979) 

44 IBLA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979) 
M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

1761(b)(2) M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

1761-1771 42 IBLA 200 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

1763 29 IBLA 57 (Feb. 16, 1977) 

32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

34 IBLA 164 (Mar. 14, 1978) 
1764 32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

33 IBLA 7 (Nov. 15, 1977) 
M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

1764(a) 44 IBLA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979) 

M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

1764(d) M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

1764(g) 32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

1764(j) M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

1765 33 IBLA 7 (Nov. 15, 1977) 

M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

1765(a) M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

1765(b)(vi) M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

1766 44 IBLA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979) 

1769 36 IBLA 260 (Aug. 15, 1978) 

39 IBLA 182 (Jan. 31, 1979) 

40 IBLA 180 (Apr. 3, 1979) 
1770 32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

33 IBLA 7 (Nov. 15, 1977) 

1770(a) 42 IBLA 200 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

1781 38 IBLA 361 (Dec. 29, 1978) 

42 IBLA 164 (Aug. 17, 1979) 

43 IBLA 115 (Sept. 24, 1979) 
1782 41 IBLA 253 (June 28, 1979) 

42 IBLA 190 (Aug. 22, 1979) 
M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1782(c) 42 IBLA 190 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1901 38 IBLA 327 (Dec. 19, 1978) 

TITLE 44: 

sec. 629 26 IBLA 97 (July 19, 1976) 

26 IBLA 144 (Aug. 2, 1976) 

1501 et se£. 20 IBLA 120 (Apr. 25, 1975) 

1507 21 IBLA 347 (Aug. 18, 1975) 

25 IBLA 269 (June 24, 1976) 

26 IBLA 246 (Aug. 18, 1976) 
26 IBLA 276 (Aug. 24, 1976) 
30 IBLA 224 (May 26, 1977) 
32 IBLA 341 (Oct. 21, 1977) 

34 IBLA 53 (Feb. 16, 1978) 
37 IBLA 1 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

37 IBLA 230 (Oct. 16, 1978) 

38 IBLA 23; 85 I.D. 408 (1978) 

38 IBLA 130 (Nov. 22, 1978) 

39 IBLA 72 (Jan. 24, 1979) 

40 IBLA 88 (Mar. 22, 1979) 

41 IBLA 115 (June 11, 1979) 
41 IBLA 277 (June 28, 1979) 
41 IBLA 302 (June 29, 1979) 



United States Codes 



TITLE 44 (Continued) 
sec. 1507 (Continued) 





41 


IBLA 372 (July 23, 1979) 




42 


IBLA 82 (Aug. 13, 1979) 




42 


IBLA 313 (Aug. 29, 1979) 




43 


IBLA 7 (Sept. 11, 1979) 




1 


SEC. 13; 85 I.D. 89 (1978) 






IBLA 269 (June 24, 1976) 
IBLA 246 (Aug. 18, 1976) 




26 




26 


IBLA 276 (Aug. 24, 1976) 




32 


IBLA 341 (Oct. 21, 1977) 




34 


IBLA 53 (Feb. 16, 1978) 




37 


IBLA 1 (Sept. 6, 1978) 




37 


IBLA 230 (Oct. 16, 1978) 




38 


IBLA 23; 85 I.D. 408 (1978) 




38 


IBLA 130 (Nov. 22, 1978) 




39 


IBLA 72 (Jan. 24, 1979) 




40 


IBLA 88 (Mar. 22, 1979) 




41 


IBLA 115 (June 11, 1979) 




41 


IBLA 277 (June 28, 1979) 




41 


IBLA 302 (June 29, 1979) 




42 


IBLA 313 (Aug. 29, 1979) 




43 


IBLA 7 (Sept. 11, 1979) 


1510(a) 


41 


IBLA 372 (July 23, 1979) 


TITLE 47: 






sec. 151 


— —44 


IBLA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979) 


151 et seq. 


M-36890; 84 I.D. 244 (1977) 


TITLE 48: 







3 ANCAB 297; 
(1979) 



86 I.D. 381 



18 IBLA 351 (Jan. 


15, 


, 1975) 


18 IBLA 357 (Jan. 


22, 


1975) 


19 IBLA 242 (Mar. 


27, 


, 1975) 


19 IBLA 259 (Mar. 


31, 


, 1975) 


19 IBLA 316 (Apr. 


7, 


1975) 


19 IBLA 320 (Apr. 


7, 


1975) 


20 IBLA 59; 82 I. 


D. 174 (1975) 


20 IBLA 290 (May 


27, 


1975) 


20 IBLA 341 (June 


! 11, 


1975) 


21 IBLA 347 (Aug. 


18, 


, 1975) 


22 IBLA 220 (Oct. 


15 


, 1975) 


22 IBLA 229 (Oct. 


16, 


, 1975) 


23 IBLA 17 (Nov. 


26. 


1975) 


23 IBLA 59 (Dec. 


11, 


1975) 


23 IBLA 124 (Dec. 


23. 


, 1975) 



TITLE 48 (Continued) 
sec. 21 (Continued) 

23 IBLA 197 (Jan. 6, 1976) 

24 IBLA 240 (Mar. 25, 1976) 
35 IBLA 257 (May 31, 1978) 
42 IBLA 231 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

1 SEC. 1; 84 I.D. 176 (1977) 

353 3 ANCAB 11; 85 I.D. 219 (1978) 

31 IBLA 13 (June 17, 1977) 

355 40 IBLA 63 (Mar. 16, 1979) 

355(a) 40 IBLA 63 (Mar. 16, 1979) 

355(b) 40 IBLA 63 (Mar. 16, 1979) 

355(c) 40 IBLA 63 (Mar. 16, 1979) 

355(d) 40 IBLA 63 (Mar. 16, 1979) 

355(e) 40 IBLA 63 (Mar. 16, 1979) 

376 22 IBLA 191 (Oct. 15, 1975) 

461 27 IBLA 27 (Sept. 17, 1976) 

38 IBLA 305 (Dec. 14, 1978) 

461-466 22 IBLA 160 (Sept. 30, 1975) 

471 23 IBLA 54 (Dec. 4, 1975) 

471a-471o 23 IBLA 54 (Dec. 4, 1975) 

1269 ■ 26 IBLA 254 (Aug. 18, 1976) 

TITLE 49: 

sec. 65(a) 23 IBLA 232; 83 I.D. 1 (1976) 

65(b) 20 IBLA 365 (June 12, 1975) 

23 IBLA 232; 83 I.D. 1 (1976) 

32 IBLA 218 (Sept. 19, 1977) 
35 IBLA 270 (June 2, 1978) 

211 19 IBLA 144 (Mar. 7, 1975) 

42 IBLA 1 (July 25, 1979) 
211-214 19 IBLA 144 (Mar. 7, 1975) 

21 IBLA 343 (Aug. 18, 1975) 
40 IBLA 79 (Mar. 22, 1979) 
40 IBLA 118 (Mar. 27, 1979) 

1115 3 ANCAB 219; 86 I.D. 257 (1979) 

18 IBLA 289; 82 I.D. 1 (1975) 
42 IBLA 1 (July 25, 1979) 

1653(f) M-36895; 84 I.D. 403 (1977) 

1723 3 ANCAB 219; 86 I.D. 257 (1979) 

18 IBLA 289; 82 I.D. 1 (1975) 

1723(b) 18 IBLA 289; 82 I.D. 1 (1975) 

TITLE 50: 

sec. 1622 18 IBLA 289; 82 I.D. 1 (1975) 

22 IBLA 107 (Sept. 22, 1975) 



(B) UNITED STATES STATUTES 



1 STAT: 



12 STAT. (Continued) 



page 550 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

2 STAT: 

page 175 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

234 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

394 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

3 STAT: 

page 290 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

430 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

491 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

547 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

4 STAT: 

page 729 7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 

733 7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 

5 STAT: 

page 58 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

59 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

600 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

742 21 IBLA 33 (June 17, 1975) 

743 21 IBLA 33 (June 17, 1975) 

788 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

789 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

9 STAT: 

page 58 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

352 31 IBLA 304; 84 I.D. 421 (1977) 

32 IBLA 129 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

353 32 IBLA 129 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

466 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

519 21 IBLA 33 (June 17, 1975) 

31 IBLA 304; 84 I.D. 421 (1977) 

520 29 IBLA 132 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

10 STAT: 

page 6 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

246 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

604 7 IBIA 240 (Oct. 23, 1979) 

1043 6 IBIA 196; 84 I.D. 938 (1977) 

1048 M-36886; 34 I.D. 1 (1977) 

1049 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

1082 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

1083 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

11 STAT: 

page 167 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

251 32 IBLA 129 (Sept. 12, 1977) 

383 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

549 42 IBLA 105 (Aug. 16, 1979) 

657 M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

12 STAT: 

page 127 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

489 20 IBLA 365 (June 12, 1975) 

23 IBLA 232; 83 I.D. 1 (1976) 

24 IBLA 166; 83 I.D. 80 (1976) 
27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 
32 IBLA 218 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

35 IBLA 270 (June 2, 1978) 

491 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

492 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

927 6 IBIA 196; 84 I.D. 938 (1977) 



page 945 M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

951 7 IBIA 148 (June 1, 1979) 

M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

957 M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

963 M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

975 M-36735 (Supp.); 83 I.D. 346 

(1976) 

13 STAT: 

page 32 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

49 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

356 20 IBLA 365 (June 12, 1975) 

23 IBLA 232; 83 I.D. 1 (1976) 

24 IBLA 166; 83 I.D. 80 (1976) 
27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 
32 IBLA 218 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

35 IBLA 270 (June 2, 1978) 

358 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

360-361 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

365 24 IBLA 166; 83 I.D. 80 (1976) 

14 STAT: 

page 67 27 IBLA 186 (Oct. 4, 1976) 

79 24 IBLA 166 . 83 I-D . 80 (1976) 

239 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

251 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

253 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

355 24 IBLA 166; 83 I.D. 80 (1976) 

428 21 IBLA 33 (June 17, 1975) 

657 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

15 STAT: 

page 324 24 IBLA 166; 83 I.D. 80 (1976) 

539 i ANCAB 190 . 83 I.D. 619 (1976) 

2 ANCAB 1; 84 I.D. 349 (1977) 

20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 

542 1 ANCAB 190; 83 I.D. 619 (1976) 

2 ANCAB 1; 84 I.D. 349 (1977) 

673 19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975) 

16 STAT: 

page 217 39 IBLA 337 (Feb. 28, 1979) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

218 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

573 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

576 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

17 STAT: 

page 32-33 32 IBLA 357 (Oct. 21, 1977) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

333 27 IBLA 186 (Oct. 4, 1976) 

607 19 IBLA 350; 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 

608 19 IBLA 350; 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 

18 STAT: 

page 28 M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

475 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

482 24 IBLA 166; 83 I.D. 80 (1976) 

27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 



19 STAT: 



-19 IBLA 350; 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 
19 IBLA 379; 82 I.D. 123 (1975) 
21 IBLA 266; 82 I.D. 377 (1975) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 



United States Statutes 



20 STAT: 

page 377 21 IBLA 199 (July 30, 1975) 

394 21 IBLA 199 (July 30, 1975) 

21 STAT: 

page 141 33 IBLA 277 (Jan. 5, 1978) 

437 33 IBLA 237 (Dec. 28, 1977) 

23 STAT: 

page 24 1 ANCAB 190; 83 I.D. 619 (1976) 

2 ANCAB 1; 84 I.D. 349 (1977) 
20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 
22 IBLA 191 (Oct. 15, 1975) 

28 IBLA 83 (Nov. 12, 1976) 

29 IBLA 255 (Mar. 25, 1977) 

41 IBLA 224 (June 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 269 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 370; 86 I.D. 441 (1979) 
Sec. Order # 3016 (Dec. 14, 

1977); 85 I.D. 1 (1978) 
26 1 ANCAB 190; 83 I.D. 619 (1976) 

2 ANCAB 1; 84 I.D. 349 (1977) 
22 IBLA 191 (Oct. 15, 1975) 

28 IBLA 83 (Nov. 12, 1976) 

41 IBLA 224 (June 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 269 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 370; 86 I.D. 441 (1979) 

43 IBLA 186 (Oct. 5, 1979) 

96 4 IBIA 147; 82 I.D. 521 (1975) 

101 M-36883; 83 I.D. 131 (1976) 

104 22 IBLA 242 (Oct. 22, 1975) 

321 20 IBLA 156 (May 5, 1975) 

38 IBLA 353 (Dec. 22, 1978) 

24 STAT: 

page 388 4 IBIA 189; 82 I.D. 541 (1975) 

7 IBIA 148 (June 1, 1979) 

7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 

29 IBLA 13 (Feb. 8, 1977) 
M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

389 5 IBIA 61; 83 I.D. 145 (1976) 

6 IBIA 47 (Apr. 1, 1977) 

7 IBIA 240 (Oct. 23, 1979) 
M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

390 7 IBIA 240 (Oct. 23, 1979) 

25 STAT: 

page 113 M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

676 28 IBLA 100; 83 I.D. 556 (1976) 

28 IBLA 124 (Nov. 16, 1976) 
M-36887; 84 I.D. 72 (1977) 

677 M-36887; 84 I.D. 72 (1977) 

679 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

28 IBLA 100; 83 I.D. 556 (1976) 

28 IBLA 124 (Nov. 16, 1976) 

888 7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 

891 7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 

26 STAT: 

page 215 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

222 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

223 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

391 19 IBLA 350; 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 

19 IBLA 379; 82 I.D. 123 (1975) 

29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 

478 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

712 7 IBIA 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 

749 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

753 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

795 4 IB1A 115 . 82 IiD . 402 (1975) 

M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 
M-36896 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 181 
(1979) 



26 STAT. (Continued) 



1035 
1095 



-23 IBLA 59 (Dec. 11, 1975) 

27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

28 IBLA 100; 83 I.D. 556 (1976) 
28 IBLA 124 (Nov. 16, 1976) 

-29 IBLA 13 (Feb. 8, 1977) 
M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

-29 IBLA 13 (Feb. 8, 1977) 
M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

- M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

-24 IBLA 85; 83 I.D. 47 (1976) 



26 IBLA 144 (Aug. 2, 1976) 
M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

1096 19 IBLA 350; 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 

19 IBLA 379; 82 I.D. 123 (1975) 
21 IBLA 266; 82 I.D. 377 (1975) 
32 IBLA 372 (Oct. 31, 1977) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1098 25 IBLA 247 (June 23, 1976) 

29 IBLA 192 (Mar. 18, 1977) 

10 99 26 IBLA 97 (July 19, 1976) 

39 IBLA 229 (Feb. 12, 1979) 
M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 



1101 



- 7 IBIA 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 
24 IBLA 49 (Feb. 23, 1976) 
27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 





34 IBLA 146 (Mar. 


10, 1978) 




40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 


18, 1979) 


1101-1102 


M-36886; 84 I.D. 


1 (1977) 




M-36908; 86 I.D. 


3 (1979) 


1095 


M-36908; 86 I.D. 


3 (1979) 



62 
348 



■ M-36887; 84 I.D. 72 (1977) 
■21 IBLA 166 (July 22, 1975) 
31 IBLA 72; 84 I.D. 309 (1977) 



37 IBLA 277 (Oct. 20, 1978) 

420 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

456 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

457 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

612 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

633 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 



page 107 19 IBLA 139 (Mar. 

22 IBLA 44 (Sept. 

27 IBLA 137; 83 I 

42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 
109 22 IBLA 44 (Sept. 

27 IBLA 137; 83 I 
110 38 IBLA 85 (Nov. 

42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 

282 M-36886; 84 I.D. 

286 M-36886; 84 I.D. 

M-36908; 

320-321 M-36886; 

323 M-36886; 



I.D. 
I.D. 
I.D. 



332 

333 
336 
876 
907 



M-36886; 84 I.D. 
M-36908; 86 I.D. 
M-36886; 84 I.D. 
M-36886; 84 I.D. 
4 IBIA 263; 82 I 
4 IBIA 263; 82 I 



7, 1975) 

15, 1975) 
.D. 364 (1976) 

31, 1979) 

15, 1975) 
.D. 364 (1976) 
15, 1978) 

31, 1979) 

1 (1977) 

1 (1977) 

3 (1979) 

1 (1977) 

1 (1977) 

1 (1977) 

3 (1979) 

1 (1977) 

1 (1977) 
.D. 640 (1975) 
.D. 640 (1975) 



29 STAT: 

page 44 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

321 M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

353 M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

526 M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 

(1979) 



30 STAT: 
page 11 



•25 IBLA 283 (June 28, 1976) 



30 STAT. (Continued) 



page 11 (Continued) 



United States Statutes 

33 STAT. (Continued) 



36 IBLA 219 (Aug. 8, 1978) 
40 IBLA 12 (Mar. 9, 1979) 
35 36 IBLA 219 (Aug. 8, 1978) 

36 23 IBLA 59 (Dec. 11, 1975) 

25 IBLA 283 (June 28, 1976) 
36 IBLA 219 (Aug. 8, 1978) 
40 IBLA 12 (Mar. 9, 1979) 

404 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 
409 3 ANCAB 297; 86 I.D. 381 (1979) 

22 IBLA 8; 82 I.D. 432 (1975) 

411 43 IBLA 333 (Oct. 29, 1979) 

413 19 IBLA 251 (Mar. 31, 1975) 

28 IBLA 345 (Jan. 24, 1977) 

29 IBLA 348 (Mar. 31, 1977) 
33 IBLA 395 (Jan. 30, 1978) 

38 IBLA 305 (Dec. 14, 1978) 

39 IBLA 321 (Feb. 27, 1979) 
43 IBLA 333 (Oct. 29, 1979) 

990 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

993 23 IBLA 59 (Dec. 11, 1975) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 
1151 M-36915; 86 I.D. 400 (1979) 

31 STAT: 

page 321 20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 

23 IBLA 197 (Jan. 6, 1976) 
29 IBLA 255 (Mar. 25, 1977) 

329 M-36911; 86 I.D. 151 (1979) 

330 20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 

23 IBLA 197 (Jan. 6, 1976) 
29 IBLA 255 (Mar. 25, 1977) 

672 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

676 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

745 29 IBLA 132 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

790 22 IBLA 342 (Nov. 14, 1975) 

26 IBLA 175 (Aug. 6, 1976) 
32 IBLA 384 (Nov. 3, 1977) 
42 IBLA 200 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

1058 M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

1084 7 IBIA 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 

M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

32 STAT: 

page 202 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

275 5 IBIA 61; 83 I.D. 145 (1976) 

338 39 IBLA 81 (Jan. 24, 1979) 

388 18 IBLA 428 (Feb. 14, 1975) 

24 IBLA 237 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

25 IBLA 67; 83 I.D. 275 (1976) 
29 IBLA 220 (Mar. 23, 1977) 

42 IBLA 313 (Aug. 29, 1979) 

M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

M-36903; 85 I.D. 337 (1978) 

M-36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

390 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

M-36913; 86 I.D. 306 (1979) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

744 M-36887; 84 I.D. 72 (1977) 

33 STAT: 

page 59 28 IBLA 295 (Dec. 29, 1976) 

189 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

224 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 



page 224-225 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

302 20 IBLA 30 (Apr. 16, 1975) 

M-36735 (Supp.); 83 I.D. 346 
(1976) 

527 22 IBLA 8; 82 I.D. 432 (1975) 

566 41 IBLA 333 (July 11, 1979) 

1016 19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975) 

1264 25 IBLA 283 (June 28, 1976) 

34 STAT: 

page 80 M-36887; 84 I.D. 72 (1977) 

192 41 IBLA 315; 86 I.D. 361 (1979) 

197 20 IBLA 162 (May 5, 1975) 

21 IBLA 116 (June 30, 1975) 

21 IBLA 157 (July 21, 1975) 

21 IBLA 173 (July 25, 1975) 

22 IBLA 266 (Oct. 30, 1975) 

22 IBLA 287 (Oct. 30, 1975) 

23 IBLA 17 (Nov. 26, 1975) 
23 IBLA 124 (Dec. 23, 1975) 
23 IBLA 170 (Dec. 29, 1975) 
23 IBLA 174 (Dec. 31, 1975) 
23 IBLA 188 (Jan. 5, 1976) 
23 IBLA 276 (Jan. 12, 1976) 
23 IBLA 288 (Jan. 12, 1976) 
23 IBLA 299 (Jan. 14, 1976) 
23 IBLA 304 (Jan. 16, 1976) 
23 IBLA 314 (Jan. 16, 1976) 
31 IBLA 21 (June 20, 1977) 
41 IBLA 169 (June 22, 1979) 
41 IBLA 179 (June 22, 1979) 

41 IBLA 207; 86 I.D. 342 (1979) 
41 IBLA 214 (June 27, 1979) 
41 IBLA 219 (June 27, 1979) 
41 IBLA 309 (July 5, 1979) 

41 IBLA 382 (July 23, 1979) 

42 IBLA 1 (July 25, 1979) 
42 IBLA 82 (Aug. 13, 1979) 
42 IBLA 86 (Aug. 13, 1979) 
42 IBLA 94 (Aug. 16, 1979) 
42 IBLA 155 (Aug. 19, 1979) 
42 IBLA 231 (Aug. 22, 1979) 
42 IBLA 260 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 276 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

43 IBLA 14 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
43 IBLA 74 (Sept. 19, 1979) 
43 IBLA 174 (Sept. 28, 1979) 
43 IBLA 186 (Oct. 5, 1979) 

43 IBLA 245 (Oct. 10, 1979) 

44 IBLA 99 (Nov. 20, 1979) 
225 21 IBLA 392 (Aug. 27, 1975) 

22 IBLA 97 (Sept. 22, 1975) 

25 IBLA 311 (June 29, 1976) 

26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 1976) 

27 IBLA 38 (Sept. 22, 1976) 
30 IBLA 220 (May 26, 1977) 

39 IBLA 137 (Jan. 29, 1979) 

40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

233 20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 

267 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

272 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

274 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

482 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

2998 35 IBLA 79 (May 12, 1978) 

3001 35 IBLA 79 (May 12, 1978) 

3236 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

3266 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

35 STAT: 

page 52 19 IBLA 350; 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 

19 IBLA 379; 82 I.D. 123 (1975) 

444 M-36735 (Supp.); 83 I.D. 346 

(1976) 



United States Statutes 



35 STAT. (Continued) 



39 STAT. (Continued) 



page 458 M-36887; 84 I.D. 72 (1977) 

639 M-36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

647 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

781 M-36735 (Supp.); 83 I.D. 346 

(1976) 

796 M-36735 (Supp.); 83 I.D. 346 

(1976) 

844 29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 

2243 35 IBLA 79 (May 12, 1978) 

36 STAT: 

page 47 31 IBLA 43 (June 21, 1977) 

370 5 IBMA 185; 82 I.D. 506 (1975) 

557 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

561 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

572 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

835 24 IBLA 237 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

836 18 IBLA 428 (Feb. 14, 1975) 

847 21 IBLA 178 (July 25, 1975) 

28 IBLA 286 (Dec. 27, 1976) 
28 IBLA 368; 84 I.D. 87 (1977) 
31 IBLA 357 (July 25, 1977) 
35 IBLA 349 (June 19, 1978) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

855 4 IBIA 263; 82 I.D. 640 (1975) 

7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 
M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 
M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

856 5 IBIA 162; 83 I.D. 306 (1976) 

7 IBIA 261 (Oct. 30, 1979) 

857 6 IBIA 17; 84 I.D. 68 (1977) 

858 M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

861 5 IBIA 242 (Nov. 5, 1976) 

862 27 IBLA 256 (Oct. 20, 1976) 

863 39 IBLA 399 (Mar. 2, 1979) 

1058 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

1059 M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

1063 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 
1253 32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

34 IBLA 374 (May 1, 1978) 
42 IBLA 200 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 
M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

37 STAT: 

page 197 41 IBLA 98 (June 4, 1979) 

266 19 IBLA 350; 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 

497 28 IBLA 368; 84 I.D. 87 (1977) 

678 5 IBIA 162; 83 I.D. 306 (1976) 

6 IBIA 17; 84 I.D. 68 (1977) 

7 IBIA 164 (June 29, 1979) 

38 STAT: 

page 375 33 IBLA 80 (Dec. 8, 1977) 

686 M-36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

690 19 IBLA 350; 82 I.D. 146 (1975) 

M-36913; 86 I.D. 306 (1979) 

712 19 IBLA 118 (Mar. 5, 1975) 

31 IBLA 242 (July 18, 1977) 

741 M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 

(1979) 
1214 3 ANCAB 11; 85 I.D. 219 (1978) 

35 IBLA 257 (May 31, 1978) 

39 STAT: 



219 25 IBLA 257 (June 23, 1976) 

26 IBLA 281 (Aug. 26, 1976) 

519 18 IBLA 326 (Jan. 7, 1975) 

19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975) 

535 32 IBLA 357 (Oct. 21, 1977) 

37 IBLA 381 (Nov. 6, 1978) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

862 24 IBLA 141 (Mar. 8, 1976) 

M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 

(1979) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

862-865 35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

865 28 IBLA 368; 84 I.D. 87 (1977) 

33 IBLA 386 (Jan. 26, 1978) 

42 IBLA 313 (Aug. 29, 1979) 



3 M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

31 M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

M-36908; 86 I.D. 3 (1979) 

415 7 IBIA 36 (Mar. 17, 1978) 

437 22 IBLA 313 (Nov. 10, 1975) 

24 IBLA 12; 83 I.D. 33 (1976) 

25 IBLA 57 (May 20, 1976) 
27 IBLA 376 (Nov. 5, 1976) 
29 IBLA 97 (Feb. 23, 1977) 
29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 
33 IBLA 83 (Dec. 8, 1977) 

33 IBLA 106 (Dec. 16, 1977) 

34 IBLA 274 (Apr. 11, 1978) 

37 IBLA 91 (Sept. 22, 1978) 

38 IBLA 281 (Dec. 13, 1978) 
41 IBLA 174 (June 22, 1979) 

M-36888; 84 I.D. 54 (1977) 
M-36890; 84 I.D. 244 (1977) 
M-36894; 84 I.D. 415 (1977) 

438 M-36894; 84 I.D. 415 (1977) 

439 40 IBLA 339 (May 10, 1979) 

M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 
87 I.D. 69 (1980) 

440 M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 

87 I.D. 69 (1980) 

441 33 IBLA 106 (Dec. 16, 1977) 

442 20 IBLA 344 (June 11, 1975) 

443 33 IBLA 339 (Jan. 16, 1978) 

M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 
87 I.D. 69 (1980) 
447 3i IBLA 150 . 8 4 I>D> 342 (1977) 

34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 
M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 
87 I.D. 69 (1980) 

448 M-36983 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 

(1979) 

449 24 IBLA 135 (Mar. 8, 1976) 

450 3 ANCAB 11; 85 I.D. 219 (1978) 

25 IBLA 306; 83 I.D. 247 (1976) 
40 IBLA 144 (Mar. 29, 1979) 

1063 22 IBLA 342 (Nov. 14, 1975) 

1075 4 ANCAB 24; 86 I.D. 663 (1979) 

21 IBLA 199 (July 30, 1975) 

1076 4 ANCAB 24; 86 I.D. 663 (1979) 

1077 43 IBLA 382 (Oct. 31, 1979) 

1179 M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1248 4 IBIA 263; 82 I.D. 640 (1975) 

1353 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1363 M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 

(1979) 



42 STAT: 



page 123 20 IBLA 30 (Apr. 16, 1975) 

139 20 IBLA 30 (Apr. 16, 1975) 

218 25 IBLA 257 (June 23, 1976) 

41 IBLA 268 (June 28, 1979) 
M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 



page 414 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

465 42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

1017 -25 IBLA 283 (June 28, 1976) 

1570 4 IBIA 263; 82 I.D. 640 (1975) 



United States Statutes 



46 STAT. (Continued) 



page 224 M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

244 M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

M-36896 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 181 
(1979) 

253 7 IBIA 240 (Oct. 23, 1979) 

701-704 M-36913; 86 I.D. 306 (1979) 

956 35 IBLA 240 (May 30, 1978) 

980 35 IBLA 183; 85 I.D. 140 (1978) 

1090 42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

1133 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1166-1170 M-36913; 86 I.D. 306 (1979) 

44 STAT: 

page 301 29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 

M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 
87 I.D. 69 (1980) 

464-465 M-36735 (Supp.); 83 I.D. 346 

(1976) 

6 29 24 IBLA 85; 83 I.D. 47 (1976) 

35 IBLA 370 (June 23, 1978) 

39 IBLA 229 (Feb. 12, 1979) 

43 IBLA 156 (Sept. 28, 1979) 

6 49 M-36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

74! 22 IBLA 342 (Nov. 14, 1975) 

37 IBLA 215 (Oct. 12, 1978) 

40 IBLA 175 (Apr. 3, 1979) 
40 IBLA 355 (May 14, 1979) 

1026 22 IBLA 44 (Sept. 15, 1975) 

23 IBLA 1 (Nov. 25, 1975) 

37 IBLA 215 (Oct. 12, 1978) 
1057 29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 

31 IBLA 72; 84 I.D. 309 (1977) 

1347 M-36896 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 181 

(1979) 

1364 19 IBLA 90 (Mar. 3, 1975) 

19 IBLA 149 (Mar. 13, 1975) 
30 IBLA 359 (June 10, 1977) 

38 IBLA 305 (Dec. 14, 1978) 

39 IBLA 321 (Feb. 27, 1979) 

40 IBLA 106 (Mar. 27, 1979) 
1452 20 IBLA 162 (May 5, 1975) 

21 IBLA 152 (July 16, 1975) 
23 IBLA 54 (Dec. 4, 1975) 

41 IBLA 214 (June 27, 1979) 

41 IBLA 219 (June 27, 1979) 
2577 3 ANCAB 11; 85 I.D. 219 (1978) 

45 STAT: 

page 200 M-36735 (Supp.); 83 I.D. 346 

(1976) 
212 M-36735 (Supp.); 83 I.D. 346 

(1976) 
213 M-36735 (Supp.); 83 I.D. 346 

(1976) 

429 44 iblA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979) 

728 40 IBLA 118 (Mar. 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 1 (July 25, 1979) 
956 35 IBLA 240 (May 30, 1978) 

1019 31 IBLA 150; 84 I.D. 342 (1977) 

34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 

1057 M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 

87 I.D. 69 (1980) 

1069 22 IBLA 299 (Nov. 4, 1975) 

26 IBLA 102 (July 20, 1976) 
37 IBLA 247 (Oct. 18, 1978) 
39 IBLA 15; 86 I.D. 22 (1979) 
42 IBLA 36 (July 31, 1979) 

44 IBLA 110 (Nov. 27, 1979) 

1091 23 IBLA 309 (Jan. 16, 1976) 

1222 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1252 38 IBLA 85 (Nov. 15, 1978) 

46 STAT: 

page 257 21 IBLA 330 (Aug. 18, 1975) 



page 257 (Continued) 

40 IBLA 12 (Mar. 9, 1979) 
42 IBLA 355 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

373 24 IBLA 166; 83 I.D. 80 (1976) 

24 IBLA 360; 83 I.D. 194 (1976) 

1007 19 IBLA 1 (Feb. 20, 1975) 

24 IBLA 227 (Mar. 24, 1976) 
33 IBLA 106 (Dec. 16, 1977) 

1008 24 IBLA 227 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

1097 35 IBLA 43 (May 9, 1978) 

1253 35 IBLA 43 (May 9, 1978) 

1494 6 IBIA 52 (May 4, 1977) 

1523 35 IBLA 43 (May 9, 1978) 

M-36888; 84 I.D. 54 (1977) 

1523-1524 33 IBLA 106 (Dec. 16, 1977) 

33 IBLA 296 (Jan. 10, 1978) 
1525 35 IBLA 43 (May 9, 1978) 

47 STAT: 

page 564 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

798 19 IBL a 1 (Feb. 20, 1975) 

M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 
87 I.D. 69 (1980) 

1417 7 IBIA 36 (Mar. 17, 1978) 

1570 24 IBLA 135 (Mar. 8, 1976) 

48 STAT: 

page 74 35 IBLA 32 (May 8, 1978) 

344 27 IBLA 198 (Oct. 4, 1976) 

401 43 IBLA 235 (Oct. 10, 1979) 

451 20 IBLA 333 (June 11, 1975) 

809 18 IBLA 286 (Jan. 2, 1975) 

31 IBLA 363 (July 28, 1977) 

977 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

984 4 ibia 134; 82 I.D. 452 (1975) 

5 IBIA 72; 83 I.D. 170 (1976) 

6 IBIA 52 (May 4, 1977) 

7 IBIA 11; 85 I.D. 31 (1978) 
7 IBIA 212 (Sept. 12, 1979) 

33 IBLA 26 (Nov. 22, 1977) 
36 IBLA 245 (Aug. 14, 1978) 
M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

985 5 IBIA 20 (Feb. 4, 1976) 

5 IBIA 72; 83 I.D. 170 (1976) 

987 5 IBIA 125; 83 I.D. 227 (1976) 

M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

988 4 IBIA 228 (Nov. 25, 1975) 

1064 M-36890; 84 I.D. 244 (1977) 

1185 3 ANCAB 11; 85 I.D. 219 (1978) 

1269 24 IBLA 308 (Apr. 14, 1976) 

30 IBLA 277 (June 1, 1977) 

31 IBLA 162 (July 1, 1977) 
39 IBLA 141 (Jan. 29, 1979) 
39 IBLA 176 (Jan. 30, 1979) 

39 IBLA 272; 86 I.D. 133 (1979) 

42 IBLA 355 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

43 IBLA 130 (Sept. 26, 1979) 

1273 30 IBLA 243 (May 31, 1977) 

1275 19 IBLA 219 (Mar. 25, 1975) 

49 STAT: 

page 378 4 IBIA 228 (Nov. 25, 1975) 

383 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

388 20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 

500 20 IBLA 120 (Apr. 25, 1975) 

666 20 IBLA 54 (Apr. 24, 1975) 

21 IBLA 392 (Aug. 27, 1975) 

22 IBLA 97 (Sept. 22, 1975) 

26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 1976) 

27 IBLA 38 (Sept. 22, 1976) 
30 IBLA 220 (May 26, 1977) 

674 19 IB LA 1 (Feb. 20, 1975) 

24 IBLA 227 (Mar. 24, 1976) 



United States Statutes 



49 STAT. (Continued) 



60 STAT: 



page 674 (Continued) 

33 IBLA 106 (Dec. 16, 1977) 

33 IBLA 296 (Jan. 10, 1978) 

M-36888; 84 I.D. 54 (1977) 

676 33 IBLA 106 (Dec. 16, 1977) 

M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 
87 I.D. 69 (1980) 

677 19 IBLA 1 (Feb. 20, 1975) 

24 IBLA 227 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

842 M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

846 22 IBLA 342 (Nov. 14, 1975) 

1028 M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

M-36887; 84 I.D. 72 (1977) 

1039 M-36887; 84 I.D. 72 (1977) 

1250-1251 M-36911; 86 I.D. 151 (1979) 

1571 25 IBLA 316 (June 30, 1976) 

1976 24 IBLA 308 (Apr. 14, 1976) 

42 IBLA 355 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

50 STAT: 

page 22 M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

522 30 IBLA 14 (Apr. 4, 1977) 

525 30 IBLA 14 (Apr. 4, 1977) 

874 25 IBLA 257 (June 23, 1976) 

26 IBLA 281 (Aug. 26, 1976) 
39 IBLA 176 (Jan. 30, 1979) 
M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 
1856 42 IBLA 74 (Aug. 13, 1979) 

52 STAT: 

page 211 M-36913; 86 I.D. 306 (1979) 

347 19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975) 

M-36896; 84 I.D. 905 (1977) 

M-36896 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 181 
(1979) 

609 19 IBLA 312 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

28 IBLA 286 (Dec. 27, 1976) 
31 IBLA 13 (June 17, 1977) 

1215 25 IBLA 316 (June 30, 1976) 

53 STAT: 

page 753 M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

1127 4 IBIA 263; 82 I.D. 640 (1975) 

1128 19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975) 

1243 31 IBLA 13 (June 17, 1977) 

54 STAT: 

page 249 M-36907; 85 I.D. 433 (1978) 

703 M-36887; 84 I.D. 72 (1977) 

746 4 IBIA 97; 82 I.D. 341 (1975) 

7 IBIA 224 (Oct. 15, 1979) 

56 STAT: 

page 1021 6 IBIA 17; 84 I.D. 68 (1977) 

57 STAT: 

page 14 M-36913; 86 I.D. 306 (1979) 

497 21 IBLA 178 (July 25, 1975) 

58 STAT: 

page 748 Sec. Order # 3016 (Dec. 14, 

1977); 85 I.D. 1 (1978) 

813 M-36887; 84 I.D. 72 (1977) 

890 M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

59 STAT: 

page 22 M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 



page 170 3 ANCAB 219; 86 I.D. 257 (1979) 

179 3 ANCAB 219; 86 I.D. 257 (1979) 

42 IBLA 1 (July 25, 1979) 

237 3 ANCAB 297; 86 I.D. 381 (1979) 

241 28 IBLA 13 (Nov. 8, 1976) 

88 5 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

950 20 IBLA 134 (May 5, 1975) 

33 IBLA 106 (Dec. 16, 1977) 

951 37 IBLA 195 (Oct. 12, 1978) 

952 30 IBLA 179 (May 19, 1977) 

953 33 IBLA 106 (Dec. 16, 1977) 

33 IBLA 296 (Jan. 10, 1978) 

958 33 IBLA 106 (Dec. 16, 1977) 

968 3 IBIA 243; 82 I.D. 55 (1975) 

5 IBIA 96; 83 I.D. 209 (1976) 
969 7 IBIA 148 (June 1, 1979) 

61 STAT: 

page 641 7 IBIA 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 

681 35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

913 22 IBLA 313 (Nov. 10, 1975) 

28 IBLA 353 (Jan. 24, 1977) 

62 STAT: 

page 35 26 IBLA 144 (Aug. 2, 1976) 

43 IBLA 156 (Sept. 28, 1979) 

236 7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 

269 M-36735 (Supp.); 83 I.D. 346 

(1976) 
272 M-36735 (Supp.); 83 I.D. 346 

(1976) 
291 M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 

87 I.D. 69 (1980) 
749 39 IBLA 211; 86 I.D. 80 (1979) 

63 STAT: 

page 201 36 IBLA 4 (June 27, 1978) 

214 20 IBLA 12 (Apr. 14, 1975) 

39 IBLA 75 (Jan. 24, 1979) 

215 36 IBLA 4 (June 27, 1978) 

378 38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

948 35 IBLA 279; 85 I.D. 186 (1978) 

64 STAT: 

page 94 18 IBLA 345 (Jan. 14, 1975) 

94-95 20 IBLA 243 (May 16, 1975) 

39 IBLA 36 (Jan. 15, 1979) 

95 22 IBLA 160 (Sept. 30, 1975) 

170 25 IBLA 316 (June 30, 1976) 

1262 M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

65 STAT: 

page 248 M-36901; 85 I.D. 297 (1978) 

258 M-36901; 85 I.D. 297 (1978) 

290 20 IBLA 120 (Apr. 25, 1975) 

591 IBCA-1178-2-78; 86 I.D. 206 

(1979) 



66 STAT: 

page 14 3 ANCAB 11; 85 I 

234 7 IBIA 240 (Oct. 

451 M-36901; 85 I.D. 

549 M-36901; 85 I.D. 

552 M-36901; 85 I.D. 

692 5 IBMA 217; 82 I 

709 5 IBMA 185; 82 I 

67 STAT: 

page 5 3 ANCAB 297; 86 



D 219 (1978) 
23, 1979) 
297 (1978) 
297 (1978) 
297 (1978) 
,D. 535 (1975) 
D. 506 (1975) 



I.D. 381 (1979) 



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CCXI 



67 STAT. (Continued) 

page 29 3 ANCAB 297; 86 I.D. 381 (1979) 

32 3 ANCAB 297; 86 I.D. 381 (1979) 

227 39 IBLA 258 (Feb. 15, 1979) 

42 IBLA 36 (July 31, 1979) 

261 M-36901; 85 I.D. 297 (1978) 

462 M-36888; 84 I.D. 54 (1977) 

465 21 IBLA 137 (July 15, 1975) 

539 39 ibla 306 (Feb. 23, 1979) 

588 7 IBIA 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 

M-36907; 85 I.D. 433 (1978) 

588-590 6 IBIA 47 (Apr. 1, 1977) 

7 IBIA 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 

589 5 IBIA 50 (Mar. 19, 1976) 

592 18 IBLA 326 (Jan. 7, 1975) 

19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975) 

68 STAT: 

page 173 37 IBLA 215 (Oct. 12, 1978) 

40 IBLA 355 (May 14, 1979) 

174 M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 

(1979) 
583 24 IBLA 227 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

35 IBLA 43 (May 9, 1978) 

40 IBLA 272 (Apr. 18, 1979) 

M-36888; 84 I.D. 54 (1977) 

585 19 IBLA 261 (Mar. 31, 1975) 

22 IBLA 130 (Sept. 26, 1975) 

23 IBLA 370 (Jan. 23, 1976) 

24 IBLA 227 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

25 IBLA 319 (June 30, 1976) 

34 IBLA 350 (Apr. 26, 1978) 
40 IBLA 272 (Apr. 18, 1979) 
44 IBLA 99 (Nov. 20, 1979) 

666-668 M-36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

703 26 IBLA 194 (Aug. 11, 1976) 

708 39 IBLA 306 (Feb. 23, 1979) 

M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 
(1979) 

789 39 IBLA 258 (Feb. 15, 1979) 

790 39 IBLA 258 (Feb. 15, 1979) 

69 STAT: 

page 67 33 IBLA 26 (Nov. 22, 1977) 

36 IBLA 245 (Aug. 14, 1978) 

361 M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

367 19 IBLA 326 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

28 IBLA 13 (Nov. 8, 1976) 

31 IBLA 47 (June 23, 1977) 

33 IBLA 153 (Dec. 19, 1977) 

367-372 31 IBLA 47 (June 23, 1977) 

368 20 IBLA 156 (May 5, 1975) 

22 IBLA 62 (Sept. 18, 1975) 

28 IBLA 187; 83 I.D. 609 (1976) 

35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 
392 7 ibia 22 (Feb. 17, 1978) 

534 20 IBLA 319 (June 4, 1975) 

21 IBLA 330 (Aug. 18, 1975) 

25 IBLA 234 (June 21, 1976) 

25 IBLA 283 (June 28, 1976) 

27 IBLA 186 (Oct. 4, 1976) 

535 21 IBLA 330 (Aug. 18, 1975) 

27 IBLA 186 (Oct. 4, 1976) 

37 IBLA 189 (Oct. 11, 1978) 

539 7 ibia 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 

666 7 IBIA 188; 86 I.D. 425 (1979) 

681 20 IBLA 100 (Apr. 25, 1975) 

43 IBLA 153 (Sept. 28, 1979) 
682 19 IBLA 255 (Mar. 31, 1975) 

43 IBLA 390 (Oct. 31, 1979) 
683 20 IBLA 156 (May 5, 1975) 

70 STAT: 

page 709 41 IBLA 315; 86 I.D. 361 (1979) 



23 


1975) 


31 


1975) 


5, 


1976) 


6, 


1976) 


16 


1976) 


12, 


1976) 


22 


1979) 


22 


1979) 



70 STAT. (Continued) 

page 709 (Continued) 

42 IBLA 269 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 370; 86 I.D. 441 (1979) 

711 41 IBLA 315; 86 I.D. 361 (1979) 

775 M-36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

893 7 ibia 116 (Feb. 14, 1979) 

898 3 ANCAB 168; 86 I.D. 189 (1979) 

954 21 IBLA 116 (June 30, 1975) 

22 IBLA 191 (Oct. 15, 1975) 
22 IBLA 266 (Oct. 30, 1975) 

22 IBLA 287 (Oct. 30, 1975) 

23 IBLA 17 (Nov. 26, 1975) 
23 IBLA 124 (Dec. 
23 IBLA 174 (Dec. 
23 IBLA 188 (Jan. 
23 IBLA 197 (Jan. 
23 IBLA 314 (Jan. 
28 IBLA 83 (Nov. 
41 IBLA 169 (June 
41 IBLA 179 (June 22, 
41 IBLA 309 (July 5, 1979) 

41 IBLA 315; 86 I.D. 361 (1979) 

42 IBLA 1 (July 25, 1979) 
42 IBLA 155 (Aug. 19, 1979) 
42 IBLA 231 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

42 IBLA 276 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

43 IBLA 14 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
43 IBLA 174 (Sept. 28, 1979) 
43 IBLA 186 (Oct. 5, 1979) 

1044 M-36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

1044-1047 M-36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

72 STAT: 

page 82 M-36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

83 M-36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

339 i ANCAB 190; 83 I.D. 619 (1976) 

1 ANCAB 281; 83 I.D. 685 (1976) 

2 ANCAB 1; 84 I.D. 349 (1977) 

3 ANCAB 11; 85 I.D. 219 (1978) 

3 ANCAB 297; 86 I.D. 381 (1979) 

4 ANCAB 50; 86 I.D. 692 (1979) 
1975) 
1975) 
1975) 
1975) 
1975) 

1975) 



18 IBLA 351 (Jan. 

18 IBLA 357 (Jan. 

19 IBLA 178 (Mar. 
19 IBLA 198 (Mar. 
19 IBLA 242 (Mar. 
19 IBLA 316 (Apr. 

19 IBLA 320 (Apr. 7, 1975) 

20 IBLA 59; 82 I.D. 174 (1975) 

20 IBLA 169 (May 7, 1975) 

21 IBLA 347 (Aug. 18, 1975) 



22 IBLA 220 (Oct. 15 


1975) 


22 IBLA 229 (Oct. 16 


, 1975) 


23 IBLA 17 (Nov. 26, 


1975) 


23 IBLA 59 (Dec. 11, 


1975) 


23 IBLA 124 (Dec. 23 


1975) 


23 IBLA 197 (Jan. 6, 


1976) 


24 IBLA 240 (Mar. 25 


1976) 


28 IBLA 83 (Nov. 12, 


1976) 


40 IBLA 79 (Mar. 22, 


1979) 


41 IBLA 309 (July 5, 


1979) 


41 IBLA 315; 86 I.D. 


361 (1979) 


42 IBLA 1 (July 25, 


L979) 


42 IBLA 94 (Aug. 16, 


1979) 


42 IBLA 231 (Aug. 22 


, 1979) 



42 IBLA 269 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 370; 86 I.D. 441 (1979) 

43 IBLA 186 (Oct. 5, 1979) 
M-36894; 84 I.D. 415 (1977) 
M-36911; 86 I.D. 151 (1979) 

1 SEC. 1; 84 I.D. 176 (1977) 
Sec. Order # 3016 (Dec. 14, 
1977); 85 I.D. 1 (1978) 



United States Statutes 



72 STAT. (Continued) 



74 STAT. (Continued) 



page 339-340 3 ANCAB 140; 86 I.D. 55 (1979) 

3 ANCAB 153; 86 I.D. 60 (1979) 
339-343 34 IBLA 81 (Feb. 22, 1978) 

39 IBLA 28 (Jan. 11, 1979) 

339 et seq. - 3 ANCAB 238; 86 I.D. 285 (1979) 

340 1 ANCAB 190; 83 I.D. 619 (1976) 

2 ANCAB 1; 84 I.D. 349 (1977) 

19 IBLA 316 (Apr. 7, 1975) 
23 IBLA 59 (Dec. 11, 1975) 
23 IBLA 197 (Jan. 6, 1976) 
29 IBLA 307 (Mar. 30, 1977) 
42 IBLA 231 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

341 1 ANCAB 190; 83 I.D. 619 (1976) 

2 ANCAB 1; 84 I.D. 349 (1977) 

3 ANCAB 11; 85 I.D. 219 (1978) 

20 IBLA 341 (June 11, 1975) 

342 1 ANCAB 190; 83 I.D. 619 (1976) 

22 IBLA 229 (Oct. 16, 1975) 

343 3 ANCAB 297; 86 I.D. 381 (1979) 

351 M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 

(1979) 
438 30 IBLA 74 (Apr. 18, 1977) 

40 IBLA 317 (Apr. 30, 1979) 

486 20 IBLA 333 (June 11, 1975) 

487 20 IBLA 333 (June 11, 1975) 

928 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

28 IBLA 100; 83 I.D. 556 (1976) 
37 IBLA 215 (Oct. 12, 1978) 

935 19 IBLA 245 (Mar. 28, 1975) 

1701 37 IBLA 1 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

42 IBLA 296 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

42 IBLA 383 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

43 IBLA 10 (Sept. 11, 1979) 



page 791 35 IBLA 43 (May 9, 1978) 

857 39 IBLA 137 (Jan. 29, 1979) 

75 STAT: 

page 773 27 IBLA 198 (Oct. 4, 1976) 

76 STAT: 

page 357 IBCA-1080-10-75; 83 I.D. 43 

(1976) 

389 M-36902; 85 I.D. 326 (1978) 

395 M-36903; 85 I.D. 337 (1978) 

634 M-36901; 85 I.D. 297 (1978) 

653 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

943 23 IBLA 270 (Jan. 23, 1976) 

28 IBLA 132 (Nov. 19, 1976) 
28 IBLA 394; 84 I.D. 91 (1977) 
954 3i IBLA 13 ( June 17( 1977 ) 

1127 28 IBLA 339 (Jan. 17, 1977) 

36 IBLA 93 (July 12, 1978) 
1157 20 IBLA 387 (June 16, 1975) 

77 STAT: 

page 140 31 IBLA 13 (June 17, 1977) 

152 33 IBLA 248 (Jan. 5, 1978) 

39 IBLA 85 (Jan. 24, 1979) 
223 1 ANCAB 190; 83 I.D. 619 (1976) 

2 ANCAB 1; 84 I.D. 349 (1977) 

3 ANCAB 11; 85 I.D. 219 (1978) 

78 STAT: 



73 STAT: 

page 141 3 ANCAB 129; 86 I.D. 45 (1979) 

28 IBLA 83 (Nov. 12, 1976) 

490 M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 

(1979) 

571 19 IBLA 235 (Mar. 26, 1975) 

25 IBLA 269 (June 24, 1976) 
37 IBLA 162 (Oct. 10, 1978) 
641 M-36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

74 STAT: 

page 7 33 IBLA 380 (Jan. 25, 1978) 

156 M-36901; 85 I.D. 297 (1978) 

202 43 IBLA 153 (Sept. 28, 1979) 

220 26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 1976) 

28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 (1976) 
40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 

334 40 IBLA 12 (Mar. 9, 1979) 

421 M-36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

506 20 IBLA 120 (Apr. 25, 1975) 

40 IBLA 12 (Mar. 9, 1979) 

41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

743 M-36901; 85 I.D. 297 (1978) 

781 19 IBLA 235 (Mar. 26, 1975) 

27 IBLA 376 (Nov. 5, 1976) 

28 IBLA 394; 84 I.D. 91 (1977) 
34 IBLA 7 (Feb. 8, 1978) 

34 IBLA 127 (Mar. 7, 1978) 

35 IBLA 43 (May 9, 1978) 

37 IBLA 162 (Oct. 10, 1978) 
782 24 IBLA 227 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

35 IBLA 43 (May 9, 1978) 

37 IBLA 195 (Oct. 12, 1978) 
784 24 IBLA 227 (Mar. 24, 1976) 

35 IBLA 43 (May 9, 1978) 

785 40 IBLA 53 (Mar. 16, 1979) 

789-790 28 IBLA 394; 84 I.D. 91 (1977) 

790 22 IBLA 52 (Sept. 17, 1975) 

28 IBLA 394; 84 I.D. 91 (1977) 



page 92 M-36901; 85 I.D. 297 (1978) 

186 7 IBIA 36 (Mar. 17, 1978) 

241 3 ANCAB 219; 86 I.D. 257 (1979) 

252 3 ANCAB 219; 86 I.D. 257 (1979) 

438 24 IBLA 85; 83 I.D. 47 (1976) 

682 M-36901; 85 I.D. 297 (1978) 

686 M-36901; 85 I.D. 297 (1978) 

747 7 IBIA 22 (Feb. 17, 1978) 

751 20 IBLA 319 (June 4, 1975) 

21 IBLA 124 (July 14, 1975) 
21 IBLA 330 (Aug. 18, 1975) 
37 IBLA 189 (Oct. 11, 1978) 

852 M-36901; 85 I.D. 297 (1978) 

890 23 IBLA 102 (Dec. 23, 1975) 

37 IBLA 153 (Oct. 5, 1978) 
41 IBLA 253 (June 28, 1979) 
M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 
M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

892-893 M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

893 22 IBLA 97 (Sept. 22, 1975) 

41 IBLA 253 (June 28, 1979) 

982 40 IBLA 257 (Apr. 16, 1979) 

986 39 IBLA 141 (Jan. 29, 1979) 

1039-1040 36 IBLA 53 (June 30, 1978) 

1080 32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

79 STAT: 

page 433 M-36903; 85 I.D. 337 (1978) 

574 M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

969 IBCA-1232-12-78; 86 I.D. 197 

(1979) 

1028 7 IBIA 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 

1096 M-36901; 85 I.D. 297 (1978) 

1101 M-36901; 85 I.D. 297 (1978) 

80 STAT: 

page 84 5 IBMA 217; 82 I.D. 535 (1975) 

91 5 i BMA i85 ; 82 I.D. 506 (1975) 

192 34 IBLA 99 (Feb. 23, 1978) 



STAT. (Continued) 



United States Statutes 

84 STAT. (Continued) 



page 220 27 IBLA 137; 83 I.D. 364 (1976) 

37 IBLA 215 (Oct. 12, 1978) 

376 M-36904; 85 I.D. 254 (1978) 

387 7 IBIA 286 (Nov. 28, 1979) 

772-784 4 IBMA 127 (Apr. 29, 1975) 

915 40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 

917 40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 

926 M-36895; 84 I.D. 403 (1977) 

927 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

81 STAT: 

page 174 M-36903; 85 I.D. 337 (1978) 

488 M-36890; 84 I.D. 244 (1977) 

82 STAT: 

page 78-80 7 IBIA 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 

197 M-36907; 85 I.D. 433 (1978) 

516 41 IBLA 13 ( Mav 22, 1979) 

852 M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

870 22 IBLA 299 (Nov. 4, 1975) 

26 IBLA 313 (Aug. 30, 1976) 

906 35 IBLA 202 (May 24, 1978) 

M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

917 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

926 18 IBLA 407 (Feb. 10, 1975) 

24 IBLA 289 (Apr. 1, 1976) 
1409 40 IBLA 147 (Mar. 29, 1979) 

83 STAT: 

page 96 IBCA-1080-10-75 ; 83 I.D. 43 

(1976) 

852 2 ANCAB 247; 84 I.D. 1007 (1977) 

37 IBLA 153 (Oct. 5, 1978) 
40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 
M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

854 M-36885; 83 I.D. 589 (1976) 

922 42 IBLA 74 (Aug. 13, 1979) 

84 STAT: 

page 206 19 IBLA 261 (Mar. 31, 1975) 

20 IBLA 206 (May 8, 1975) 

21 IBLA 287 (Aug. 11, 1975) 

22 IBLA 130 (Sept. 26, 1975) 
24 IBLA 117 (Mar. 1, 1976) 

28 IBLA 394; 84 I.D. 91 (1977) 
31 IBLA 296 (July 22, 1977) 

33 IBLA 231 (Dec. 28, 1977) 

34 IBLA 53 (Feb. 16, 1978) 
34 IBLA 350 (Apr. 26, 1978) 
44 IBLA 99 (Nov. 20, 1979) 

1 SEC. 13; 85 I.D. 89 (1978) 

303 7 IBIA 299; 86 I.D. 680 (1979) 

806 20 IBLA 206 (May 8, 1975) 

809 22 IBLA 338 (Nov. 14, 1975) 

24 IBLA 23 (Feb. 11, 1976) 

826 M-36914; 86 I.D. 553 (1979) 

1067 25 IBLA 287; 83 I.D. 249 (1976) 

1358 M-36907; 85 I.D. 433 (1978) 

1566 27 IBLA 269 (Oct. 26, 1976) 

29 IBLA 210 (Mar. 22, 1977) 
33 IBLA 160 (Dec. 20, 1977) 
36 IBLA 59 (June 30, 1978) 

1569 34 IBLA 285; 85 I.D. 171 (1978) 

1874 3 IBIA 243; 82 I.D. 55 (1975) 

5 IBIA 96; 83 I.D. 209 (1976) 

5 IBIA 113; 83 I.D. 216 (1976) 

7 IBIA 43 (Mar. 31, 1978) 

7 IBIA 148 (June 1, 1979) 

1894 1 OHA 86 (Feb. 12, 1975) 

1 OHA 115 (June 3, 1975) 

1 OHA 170 (Sept. 18, 1975) 



page 1894 (Continued) 



1 OHA 221 (Sept. 24, 1975) 

1 OHA 226 (Oct. 14, 1975) 

1 OHA 229 (Nov. 13, 1975) 

1 OHA 273 (Jan. 15, 1976) 

2 OHA 59 (Sept. 22, 1976) 
2 OHA 92 (Oct. 4, 1976) 

2 OHA 102 (Nov. 22, 1976) 

2 OHA 109 (Apr. 21, 1977) 

2 OHA 117 (May 3, 1977) 

3 OHA 35 (Jan. 15, 1979) 



85 STAT: 



page 97 IBCA-1048-11-74; 

(1977) 
IBCA-1 146-3-77; 85 I 
(1978) 

588 3 ANCAB 153; 86 I.D. 

649-651 26 IBLA 257 (Aug. 18, 

688 2 ANCAB 358 (Mar. 31 

3 ANCAB 1; 85 I.D. 200 (1978) 
3 ANCAB 21 (June 21 
3 ANCAB 27 (June 26 
3 ANCAB 65 (July 11 



I.D. 407 

D. 242 

60 (1979) 
1976) 
1978) 



3 ANCAB 89 (Oct. 24. 



1978) 

1978) 

1978) 

1978) 

45 (1979) 

55 (1979) 

60 (1979) 

257 (1979) 

285 (1979) 

1979) 

1979) 

1979) 

397 (1979) 

1979) 

1979) 

1979) 

1979) 
381 (1979) 



3 ANCAB 129; 86 I.D. 

3 ANCAB 140; 86 I.D. 

3 ANCAB 153; 86 I.D. 

3 ANCAB 219; 86 I.D. 

3 ANCAB 238; 86 I.D. 

3 ANCAB 252 (May 16, 

3 ANCAB 258 (May 18, 

3 ANCAB 261 (May 24, 

3 ANCAB 273; 86 I.D. 

3 ANCAB 280 (June 8, 

3 ANCAB 285 (June 11 

3 ANCAB 291 (June 29 

3 ANCAB 294 (July 10 

3 ANCAB 297; 86 I.D. 

3 ANCAB 321 (Aug. 17, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 325; 86 I.D. 392 (1979) 

3 ANCAB 334 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 346 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 351; 86 I.D. 452 (1979) 

3 ANCAB 365 (Sept. 19, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 371 (Sept. 19, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 377 (Sept. 21, 1979) 

3 ANCAB 383 (Sept. 25, 1979) 

4 ANCAB 1 (Oct. 17, 1979) 

4 ANCAB 3; 86 I.D. 618 (1979) 

4 ANCAB 17 (Oct. 

4 ANCAB 24; 86 I. 

4 ANCAB 50; 86 I. 

4 ANCAB 108 (Dec. 

4 ANCAB 110 (Dec. 

7 IBIA 128; 86 I. 

7 IBIA 157; 86 I. 
19 IBLA 242 (Mar. 
19 IBLA 316 (Apr. 

19 IBLA 320 (Apr. 

20 IBLA 50 (Apr. 2 
20 IBLA 59; 82 I.D. 174 (1975) 
20 IBLA 174 (May 7, 1975) 

31 IBLA 43 (June 21, 1977) 

31 IBLA 139 (June 30, 1977) 

32 IBLA 5 (Aug. 24, 1977) 

33 IBLA 354 (Jan. 18, 1978) 
35 IBLA 349 (June 19, 1978) 

40 IBLA 79 (Mar. 22, 1979) 

41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

41 IBLA 85 (June 4, 1979) 

42 IBLA 1 (July 25, 1979) 

43 IBLA 186 (Oct. 5, 1979) 
M-36880; 82 I.D. 325 (1975) 



31 


, 1979) 


D. 


663 (1979) 


D. 


692 (1979) 


19, 1979) 


19, 1979) 


D. 


217 (1979) 


D. 


333 (1979) 


27 


, 1975) 


7, 


1975) 


7, 


1975) 


3, 


1975) 



United States Statutes 



85 STAT. (Continued) 

page 689 1 ANCAB 190; 83 I.D. 619 (1976) 

696 20 IBLA 50 (Apr. 23, 1975) 

701 3 ANCAB 140; 86 I.D. 55 (1979) 

3 ANCAB 153; 86 I.D. 60 (1979) 
702 3 ANCAB 334 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

4 ANCAB 24; 86 I.D. 663 (1979) 
703 3 ANCAB 1; 85 I.D. 200 (1978) 

3 ANCAB 21 (June 21, 1978) 

3 ANCAB 27 (June 26, 1978) 

3 ANCAB 65 (July 11, 1978) 

3 ANCAB 334 (Aug. 29, 1979) 

704 3 ANCAB 89 (Oct. 24, 1978) 

3 ANCAB 129; 86 I.D. 45 (1979) 

3 ANCAB 140; 86 I.D. 55 (1979) 

3 ANCAB 153; 86 I.D. 60 (1979) 

708 20 IBLA 59; 82 I.D. 174 (1975) 

31 IBLA 43 (June 21, 1977) 

32 IBLA 5 (Aug. 24, 1977) 

708-709 35 IBLA 349 (June 19, 1978) 

709 31 IBLA 43 (June 21, 1977) 

710 20 IBLA 162 (May 5, 1975) 

21 IBLA 54 (June 18, 1975) 

41 IBLA 70 (May 31, 1979) 

41 IBLA 179 (June 22, 1979) 

41 IBLA 387 (July 24, 1979) 

43 IBLA 266 (Oct. 15, 1979) 

44 IBLA 99 (Nov. 20, 1979) 
714 3 ANCAB 334 ( Aug . 31, 1979) 

715 41 IBLA 85 (June 4, 1979) 

739 25 IBLA 1 (May 5, 1976) 

86 STAT: 

page 44 37 IBLA 381 (Nov. 6, 1978) 

45 37 IBLA 381 ( N ov. 6, 1978) 

46 37 IBLA 381 (Nov. 6, 1978) 

64 4 IBIA 65; 82 I.D. 261 (1975) 

167 7 IBIA 83 (Aug. 8, 1978) 

510 7 IBIA 83 (Aug. 8, 1978) 

612 36 IBLA 219 (Aug. 8, 1978) 

37 IBLA 7 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

6!4 37 IBLA 7 (sept. 6, 1978) 

615 36 IBLA 219 (Aug. 8, 1978) 

619-620 32 IBLA 357 (Oct. 21, 1977) 

652 IBCA-1 153-5-77; 84 I.D. 969 

(1977) 

719 6 IBIA 86 (May 25, 1977) 

816 M-36890; 84 I.D. 244 (1977) 

1176 44 IBLA 110 (Nov. 27, 1979) 

1311 43 IBLA 210; 86 I.D. 538 (1979) 

87 STAT: 

page 466 3 IBIA 266 (Feb. 25, 1975) 

468 3 IBIA 266 (Feb. 25, 1975) 

576 38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

579 38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

88 4 M-36905; 85 I.D. 275 (1978) 

892 M-36905; 85 I.D. 275 (1978) 

88 STAT: 

page 142 29 IBLA 97 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

174 26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 1976) 

28 IBLA 214; 83 I.D. 666 (1976) 

40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 

41 IBLA 105 (June 11, 1979) 

476 42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

477 42 IBLA 26 (July 26, 1979) 

1448 2 OHA 147 (Aug. 9, 1977) 

3 OHA 65 (Apr. 10, 1979) 

1712 4 IBIA 134; 82 I.D. 452 (1975) 

2094 21 IBLA 289 (Aug. 11, 1975) 

2096 M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 

2203 5 IBIA 242 (Nov. 5, 1976) 



89 STAT: 
page 1145 



1 ANCAB 190; 83 I 


.D. 619 (1976) 


1 ANCAB 290 (Jan. 


10, 1977) 


1 ANCAB 294 (Jan. 


14, 1977) 


1 ANCAB 300 (Feb. 


15, 1977) 


1 ANCAB 305; 84 I 


.D. 105 (1977) 


1 ANCAB 317 (Apr. 


8, 1977) 


1 ANCAB 322 (Apr. 


8, 1977) 


1 ANCAB 327 (Apr. 


15, 1977) 


1 ANCAB 334 (Apr. 


15, 1977) 


1 ANCAB 341 (Apr. 


28, 1977) 


1 ANCAB 345 (May 


4, 1977) 


1 ANCAB 348 (May 


4, 1977) 


1 ANCAB 351 (May 


4, 1977) 


1 ANCAB 354 (May 


4, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 1; 84 I.D 


. 349 (1977) 


2 ANCAB 123 (July 


25, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 150; 84 I 


.D. 891 (1977) 


2 ANCAB 166 (Nov. 


16, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 181 (Dec. 


16, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 183 (Dec. 


19, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 187 (Dec. 


19, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 191 (Dec. 


19, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 195 (Dec. 


19, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 199 (Dec. 


19, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 203 (Dec. 


19, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 207 (Dec. 


19, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 223 (Dec. 


20, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 227 (Dec. 


20, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 231 (Dec. 


20, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 235 (Dec. 


20, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 2 39 (Dec. 


20, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 243 (Dec. 


20, 1977) 


2 ANCAB 258; 84 I 


.D. 1015 (1977) 


2 ANCAB 264 (Jan. 


23, 1978) 


2 ANCAB 269 (Jan. 


26, 1978) 


2 ANCAB 272 (Jan. 


26, 1978) 


2 ANCAB 275 (Jan. 


27, 1978) 


2 ANCAB 284 (Feb. 


1, 1978) 


2 ANCAB 289; 85 I 


.D. 27 (1978) 


2 ANCAB 298 (Feb. 


13, 1978) 


2 ANCAB 325 (Mar. 


9, 1978) 


2 ANCAB 327 (Mar. 


22, 1978) 


2 ANCAB 329 (Mar. 


24, 1978) 


2 ANCAB 336 (Mar. 


24, 1978) 


2 ANCAB 350 (Mar. 


28, 1978) 


2 ANCAB 363 (Mar. 


31, 1978) 


2 ANCAB 371 (May 


9, 1978) 


2 ANCAB 376 (May 9, 1978) 


2 ANCAB 379; 85 I 


.D. 97 (1978) 


3 ANCAB 1; 85 I.I 


. 200 (1978) 


3 ANCAB 11; 85 I. 


D. 219 (1978) 


3 ANCAB 21 (June 


21, 1978) 


3 ANCAB 27 (June 


26, 1978) 


3 ANCAB 49; 85 I. 


D. 229 (1978) 


3 ANCAB 65 (July 


11, 1978) 


3 ANCAB 74 (Aug. 


10, 1978) 


3 ANCAB 7 7 (Aug. 


17, 1978) 


3 ANCAB 85 (Sept. 


14, 1978) 


3 ANCAB 89 (Oct. 


24, 1978) 


3 ANCAB 96 (Nov. 


20, 1978) 


3 ANCAB 100 (Nov. 


20, 1978) 


3 ANCAB 105 (Dec. 


11, 1978) 


3 ANCAB 108 (Dec. 


18, 1978) 


3 ANCAB 111; 85 1 


.D. 462 (1978) 


3 ANCAB 124 (Jan. 


5, 1979) 


3 ANCAB 127 (Jan 


15, 1979) 


3 ANCAB 129; 86 ] 


.D. 45 (1979) 


3 ANCAB 140; 86 1 


.D. 55 (1979) 


3 ANCAB 153; 86 ] 


.D. 60 (1979) 


3 ANCAB 165 (Feb 


22, 1979) 


3 ANCAB 168; 86 ] 


.D. 189 (1979) 


3 ANCAB 182 (Mar 


20, 1979) 


3 ANCAB 190 (Apr. 


6, 1979) 


3 ANCAB 193 (Apr. 


11, 1979) 


3 ANCAB 196; 86 1 


.D. 225 (1979) 



United States Statutes 



90 STAT. (Continued) 



235 

274 
1083 



1320 
1342 



1342-1343 

1343 

1744 

1934 

1990 

2641 



2662 
2743 



-29 IBLA 33 (Feb. 10, 1977) 
-33 IBLA 7 (Nov. 15, 1977) 
-31 IBLA 290 (July 22, 1977) 
32 IBLA 13 (Aug. 29, 197 7) 
32 IBLA 170 (Sept. 13, 1977) 

34 IBLA 139 (Mar. 10, 1978) 

35 IBLA 247; 85 I.D. 161 (1978) 
37 IBLA 251; 85 I.D. 396 (1978) 
40 IBLA 339 (May 10, 1979) 

M-36890; 84 I.D. 244 (1977) 
M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 
M-36894; 84 I.D. 415 (1977) 
M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 

(1979) 
M-36909; 86 I.D. 28 (1979) 
-34 IBLA 139 (Mar. 10, 1978) 
35 IBLA 247; 85 I.D. 161 (1978) 
M-36893; 84 I.D. 442 (1977) 
-31 IBLA 290 (July 22, 1977) 
32 IBLA 13 (Aug. 29, 1977) 

32 IBLA 170 (Sept. 13, 1977) 

33 IBLA 3 (Nov. 14, 197 7) 

35 IBLA 15 (May 4, 1978) 

36 IBLA 62 (June 30, 1978) 

- M-36920 (Dec. 11, 1979); 

87 I.D. 69 (1980) 
-40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 
-29 IBLA 33 (Feb. 10, 1977) 

37 IBLA 381 (Nov. 6, 1978) 

43 IBLA 210; 86 I.D. 538 (1979) 
-33 IBLA 86 (Dec. 8, 1977) 
-43 IBLA 210; 86 I.D. 538 (1979) 
-40 IBLA 12 (Mar. 9, 1979) 

- 2 ANCAB 179 (Dec. 9, 1977) 

- M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 

- IBCA-1020-2-74 & IBCA-1033-4-74 ; 

84 I.D. 495 (1977) 
-40 IBLA 257 (Apr. 16, 1979) 

- 3 ANCAB 351; 86 I.D. 452 (1979) 
3 ANCAB 377 (Sept. 21, 1979) 

30 IBLA 112 (May 2, 1977) 

31 IBLA 389 (Aug. 19, 1977) 

32 IBLA 123 (Sept. 12, 1977) 
32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

32 IBLA 384 (Nov. 3, 1977) 

33 IBLA 32 (Nov. 25, 1977) 
33 IBLA 47 (Nov. 25, 1977) 



33 IBLA 277 (Jan 

33 IBLA 386 (Jan 

34 IBLA 146 (Mar 
34 IBLA 164 (Mar 
34 IBLA 182 (Mar 
34 IBLA 374 (May 1 



5, 1978) 
26, 1978) 
10, 1978) 
14, 1978) 
21, 1978) 
1978) 



35 IBLA 306 (June 2, 1978) 

35 IBLA 325; 85 I.D. 207 (1978) 

36 IBLA 76 (July 12, 1978) 

37 IBLA 1 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

37 IBLA 172 (Oct. 10, 1978) 

38 IBLA 160 (Dec. 5, 1978) 

39 IBLA 182 (Jan. 31, 1979) 

40 IBLA 317 (Apr. 30, 1979) 

41 IBLA 248 (June 27, 1979) 



41 IBLA 253 (June 


28, 1979) 


42 IBLA 296 (Aug. 


27, 1979) 


42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 


31, 1979) 


42 IBLA 355 (Sept 


11, 1979) 


M-36889; 84 I.D. 


188 (1977) 


M-36900; 86 I.D. 


293 (1979) 


M-36910; 86 I.D. 
-38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8 


89 (1979) 
, 1978) 


40 IBLA 222; 86 I 


.D. 234 (1979) 


43 IBLA 210; 86 I 


.D. 538 (1979) 



2745 35 IBLA 53 (May 9, 1978) 

2746 38 IBLA 347 (Dec. 22, 1978) 

42 IBLA 200 (Aug. 22, 1979) 

2751-2755 30 IBLA 112 (May 2, 1977) 



pages 2751-2755 (Continued) 

33 IBLA 32 (Nov. 25, 1977) 

33 IBLA 47 (Nov. 25, 1977) 

2754 29 IBLA 107 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

2760 41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

2768 33 IBLA 386 (Jan. 26, 1978) 

2769 32 IBLA 305 (Sept. 30, 1977) 

34 IBLA 205 (Mar. 23, 1978) 

34 IBLA 319 (Apr. 24, 1978) 

37 IBLA 1 (Sept. 6, 1978) 

38 IBLA 300 (Dec. 14, 1978) 
41 IBLA 142 (June 14, 1979) 

41 IBLA 391 (July 24, 1979) 

42 IBLA 338 (Aug. 29, 1979) 

43 IBLA 210; 86 I.D. 538 (1979) 
M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 

(1979) 
2770 3 ANCAB 351; 86 I.D. 452 (1979) 

3 ANCAB 377 (Sept. 21, 1979) 

2774 36 IBLA 282 (Aug. 21, 1978) 

2775 29 IBLA 4 (Feb. 7, 1977) 

2776 38 IBLA 80 (Nov. 9, 1978) 

M-36900; 86 I.D. 293 (1979) 

2778 29 IBLA 57 (Feb. 16, 1977) 

2779 32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

35 IBLA 279; 85 I.D. 186 (1978) 
35 IBLA 325; 85 I.D. 207 (1978) 

2781 34 IBLA 146 (Mar. 10, 1978) 

2782 32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

2785 41 IBLA 253 (June 28, 1979) 

M-36910; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 
2786 34 IBLA 219 (Mar. 27, 1978) 

35 IBLA 349 (June 19, 1978) 

36 IBLA 313 (Aug. 23, 1978) 
2787 31 IBLA 162 (July 1, 1977) 

33 IBLA 277 (Jan. 5, 1978) 

36 IBLA 201 (Aug. 3, 1978) 
38 IBLA 175 (Dec. 6, 1978) 
38 IBLA 297 (Dec. 14, 1978) 
41 IBLA 248 (June 27, 1979) 
43 IBLA 186 (Oct. 5, 1979) 

2789 33 IBLA 182 (Dec. 21, 1977) 

33 IBLA 358 (Jan. 18, 1978) 
33 IBLA 395 (Jan. 30, 1978) 
35 IBLA 146; 85 I.D. 129 (1978) 

37 IBLA 48 (Sept. 18, 1978) 
41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

43 IBLA 156 (Sept. 28, 1979) 

43 IBLA 306 (Oct. 17, 1979) 

43 IBLA 333 (Oct. 29, 1979) 

2789-2790 28 IBLA 345 (Jan. 24, 1977) 

43 IBLA 306 (Oct. 17, 1979) 

2789-2791 38 IBLA 305 (Dec. 14, 1978) 

40 IBLA 106 (Mar. 27, 1979) 

2790 40 IBLA 317 (Apr. 30, 1979) 

2791 39 IBLA 229 (Feb. 12, 1979) 

2792 29 IBLA 107 (Feb. 23, 1977) 

32 IBLA 275 (Sept. 27, 1977) 

33 IBLA 358 (Jan. 18, 1978) 
35 IBLA 61 (May 10, 1978) 
35 IBLA 349 (June 19, 1978) 

38 IBLA 1 (Nov. 8, 1978) 

38 IBLA 382 (Dec. 29, 1978) 

38 IBLA 385 (Dec. 29, 1978) 

39 IBLA 81 (Jan. 24, 1979) 

41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

2792-2793 41 IBLA 85 (June 4, 1979) 

2793 32 IBLA 205 (Sept. 19, 1977) 

32 IBLA 384 (Nov. 3, 1977) 

33 IBLA 386 (Jan. 26, 1978) 

34 IBLA 146 (Mar. 10, 1978) 
34 IBLA 164 (Mar. 14, 1978) 

34 IBLA 374 (May 1, 1978) 

35 IBLA 53 (May 9, 1978) 

35 IBLA 279; 85 I.D. 186 (1978) 



United States Statutes 



90 STAT. (Continued) 



page 2793 (Continued) 



2972 
3760 



page 225 
445 



447 
455 
467 



35 IBLA 325; 85 I.D. 207 (1978) 

36 IBLA 119 (July 25, 1978) 
36 IBLA 313 (Aug. 23, 1978) 
40 IBLA 12 (Mar. 9, 1979) 
40 IBLA 180 (Apr. 3, 1979) 
42 IBLA 200 (Aug. 22, 1979) 
42 IBLA 345 (Aug. 31, 1979) 

-43 IBLA 19 (Sept. 11, 1979) 
-40 IBLA 317 (Apr. 30, 1979) 



- M-36901; 

- 1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
I IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
M-36909; 

-43 IBLA 1 

- 1 IBSMA 

- 1 IBSMA 

- 1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 
1 IBSMA 



85 I.D. 297 (1978) 
4 (June 30, 1978) 

14; 85 I.D. 395 (1978) 
16 (July 14, 1978) 
32 (July 27, 1978) 
85; 86 I.D. 38 (1979) 
105; 86 I.D. 201 (1979) 
118; 86 I.D. 221 (1979) 
145; 86 I.D. 250 (1979) 
186; 86 I.D. 321 (1979) 
202; 86 I.D. 336 (1979) 
216; 86 I.D. 369 (1979) 
248; 86 I.D. 450 (1979) 
259; 86 I.D. 486 (1979) 
279; 86 I.D. 550 (1979) 

86 I.D. 28 (1979) 

04; 86 I.D. 472 (1979) 
239; 86 I.D. 446 (1979) 
1 (June 15, 1978) 

I (June 15, 1978) 
6 (June 30, 1978) 
8 (July 7, 1978) 

II (July 10, 1978) 
20 (July 21, 197J 



22 (July 25 
24 (July 25 
34 (July 28 
37 (Aug. 2, 
48 (Sept. 1, 



1978 
1978 
1978 
1978) 
1978) 



91 STAT. (Continued) 

page 468 (Continued) 

1 IBSMA 51 (Sept 
1 IBSMA 52 (Sept 
1 IBSMA 56 (Sept 
1 IBSMA 58 (Sept 
1 IBSMA 60 (Sept 
1 IBSMA 62 (Sept 
1 IBSMA 64 (Sept 
1 IBSMA 66 (Sept 
1 IBSMA 68 (Sept 
1 IBSMA 70 (Oct. 
1 IBSMA 73 (Oct. 
1 IBSMA 75 (Oct. 
1 IBSMA 78 (Dec. 
1 IBSMA 81 (Dec. 
1 IBSMA 202; 86 

486 1 IBSMA 6 (June 

499 1 IBSMA 118; 86 

505 1 IBSMA 85; 86 I 

1 IBSMA 186; 86 
1 IBSMA 202; 86 
1 IBSMA 259; 86 

511 1 IBSMA 145; 86 

512 1 IBSMA 248; 86 

516 1 IBSMA 202; 86 

578 42 IBLA 307 (Aug. 

1243 M-36910; 86 I.D. 

92 STAT: 

page 166 M-36914; 86 I.D. 

362 40 IBLA 317 (Apr. 

1803 38 IBLA 327 (Dec. 

39 IBLA 381 (Feb. 

2383 IBCA-1232-12-78; 

(1979) 
IBCA-1 268-5-79; 

(1979) 
IBCA-1088-11-75; 
(1979) 

2391 IBCA-1232-12-78; 

(1979) 



• 6, 


1978) 


• 7, 


1978) 


. 21 


, 1978) 


. 21 


, 1978) 


. 21 


, 1978) 


. 21 


, 1978) 


. 21 


, 1978) 


. 22 


, 1978) 


. 22 


, 1978) 


12, 


1978) 


12, 


1978) 


20, 


1978) 


6, 


1978) 


12, 


1978) 


I.D. 


336 (1979) 


30, 


1978) 


I.D. 


221 (1979) 


.D. 


38 (1979) 


I.D. 


321 (1979) 


I.D. 


336 (1979) 


I.D. 


486 (1979) 


I.D. 


250 (1979) 


I.D. 


450 (1979) 


I.D. 


336 (1979) 


29, 


1979) 


89 


(1979) 


553 


(1979) 


30, 


1979) 


19, 


1978) 


28, 


1979) 


86 


I.D. 197 


86 I 


.D. 508 


86 


I.D. 527 



86 I.D. 197 



(C) REVISED STATUTES 



CCXVII 



2275 27 IBLA 

28 IBLA 
28 IBLA 
33 IBLA 

2276 27 IBLA 

28 IBLA 

28 IBLA 
33 IBLA 

2290 M-36900 

2318 28 IBLA 

29 IBLA 
2319 28 IBLA 

29 IBLA 
M-36893 
(1979) 

2322 37 IBLA 

2323 43 IBLA 

2324 34 IBLA 

M-36910 

2326 37 IBLA 

2332 19 IBLA 

28 IBLA 
33 IBLA 

2337 33 IBLA 

36 IBLA 



137; 83 I 
100; 83 I 
124 (Nov. 
160 (Dec. 
137; 83 I 
100; 83 I 
124 (Nov. 
160 (Dec. 
; 86 I.D. 
187; 83 I 
357; 84 I 
187; 83 I 
357; 84 I 
(Supp.); 



.D. 364 (1976) 
.D. 556 (1976) 

16, 1976) 

20, 1977) 
.D. 364 (1976) 
.D. 556 (1976) 

16, 1976) 

20, 1977) 

293 (1979) 
.D. 609 (1976) 
.D. 137 (1977) 
.D. 609 (1976) 
.D. 137 (1977) 

86 I.D. 627 



330 (Oct. 26, 1978) 
84 (Sept. 19, 1979) 
362 (May 1, 1978) 
; 86 I.D. 89 (1979) 



330 (Oct. 
255 (Mar. 
246 (Dec. 
187; 84 I 
380 (Jan. 
219 (Aug. 



26, 1978) 
31, 1975) 
20, 1976) 
D. 990 (1977) 
25, 1978) 
8, 1978) 



sec. 2348 M-36893 (Supp.); 86 I.D. 627 

(1979) 

2387 40 IBLA 317 (Apr. 30, 1979) 

2388 40 IBLA 317 (Apr. 30, 1979) 

2389 40 IBLA 317 (Apr. 30, 1979) 

2450 28 IBLA 132 (Nov. 19, 1976) 

2450-2456 26 IBLA 378 (Sept. 9, 1976) 

2451 28 IBLA 132 (Nov. 19, 1976) 

2455 26 IBLA 194 (Aug. 11, 1976) 

33 IBLA 262 (Jan. 5, 1978) 

34 IBLA 219 (Mar. 27, 1978) 
39 IBLA 141 (Jan. 29, 1979) 
41 IBLA 13 (May 22, 1979) 

2456 28 IBLA 32 (Nov. 19, 1976) 

2476 19 IBLA 139 (Mar. 7, 1975) 

2477 26 IBLA 281 (Aug. 26, 1976) 

35 IBLA 279; 85 I.D. 186 (1978) 
3477 IBCA-994-5-73; 82 I.D. 427 

(1975) 
IBCA-1176-12-77; 85 I.D. 279 

(1978) 
3737 IBCA-994-5-73; 82 I.D. 427 

(1975) 

3801 5 IBIA 219 (Oct. 28, 1976) 

5219 M-36886; 84 I.D. 1 (1977) 



ACCOUNTS 
(See also Fund 



GENERALLY 



•if included in this Inde> 



Land withdrawn for reclamation purposes in Imperial 
County, Calif., within the California Desert Conserva- 
tion Area and administered by BLM under a memorandum 
of understanding with the Bureau of Reclamation should 
be regarded as "entitlement lands" in the computation 
of payments to be made to the county under the Act of 
Oct. 20, 1976, 31 U.S.C. i 1602 (1976). 

Count__of_I__er_al, U0 IBLA 257 (Apr. 16, 1979) 



FEES AND COMMISSIONS 

"Rural Electrification Administration projects." A 
right-of-way holder is not excused from payment of reti 
tal under «3 CFR 2802.1-7 (c), by virtue of holding an 
REA loan, where such holder is neither a cooperative c 
nonprofit organization. 



Contine_t_l__el__hone_of_the__est, 35 IBLA 279 (Ju 
1978" " 85 I.I 



S 2, 
186 



ACCOUNTS— Continued 

PAYMENTS — Continued 

rental on or before the anniversary date of the lease 
was justifiable or not due to a lack of reasonable 
diligence. 

Bob_Burch, 32 IBLA 93 (Sept. 12, 1977) 



Where cattle are admitted to an allotment at the begin- 
ning of the usual grazing season but prior to the issu- 
ance of a license for that season, and payment is later 
made by a check which recites that it is "payment in 
full for 1975 grazing fee," the Bureau of Land Manage- 
ment may properly deposit the check, allotting part of 
the proceeds for the grazing license for the rest of 
the season, and deposit the remainder of the proceeds 
in a suspense account pending resolution of the tres- 
pass. Such action indicates that the check was not 
accepted in settlement of the trespass damages, and 
cashing the check does not constitute an accord and 
satisfaction of the trespass damages. 

Bureau of Land Management v, Ross, Babcgck, 32 IBLA 17U 
(Sept. 15, 1977) 8« I.D. «75 



Where a noncompetitive oil and gas lease is issued tc 
the successful applicant in a drawing of simultaneous 
filed offers and the lessee's personal check in payme 
of the first year's rental is returned by the drawee 
bank because of uncollected funds, a decision canceli 
the lease will be affirmed; and the fact that the bar 
after consultation with its depositor indicated that 
would honor the check upon resubmission will not serv 
to avoid the lease cancellation where no bank error i 
shown. 

Dale_Aj._SEie.2el, 19 IBLA 235 (Mar. 26, 1975) 



The provision in «3 CFR 3825.1(b) that failure to pay 
annual rental on or before the anniversary date of a 
mining claim located in the Papago Indian Reservation 
"shall be deemed sufficient grounds for invalidating 
the claim" is directory, not mandatory. Where the mic 
ing claimant does not pay rental for 2 years on two 
claims and is 1-1/2 years late on other claims, and 
where he has not paid the rental prior to receiving 
decisions from the Bureau of Land Management holding 
the claims invalid, the mining claims must be held 
invalid. 

t2_is_B__Ells_orth_____, 33 IBLA 26 (Nov. 22, 1977) 



Reasonable transportation costs of production from oil 
and gas leases from the field to the first available 
market are allocable to the Federal or Indian royalty 
interest. 

Kerr_Mc_ee_CorE., 22 IBLA 12« (Sept. 26, 1975) 



Appellant's submission with simultaneous oil and gas 
lease offer of a personal check to cover filing fees 
satisfied K3 CFR 3112. 2-1 (a) (1) despite drawee bank's 
subsequent refusal to honor that check, since the re- 
fusal is shown by evidence to be error on part of 
bank alone. 

H__!!_Burnett, 28 IBLA 303 (Jan. 10, 1977) 



The authorized officer may not deem an oil and gas ren- 
tal payment to have been timely filed, pursuant to 
143 CFR 1821.2-2 (g) if it is received at the State Of- 
fice when it is not open to the public, even though 
the payment is presented on the last day in which pay- 
ment can be made. Such payment is deemed to have been 
made on the day and hour the office is next open to 
business, as provided in H3 CFR 1821.2-2 (d). 

It is proper to deny a petition for reinstatement of ai 
oil and gas lease terminated for failure to pay rental 
on time as required by sec. 31 of the Mineral Leasing 
Act of 1920, as amended, 30 U.S.C. * 188(b) (1970), 
where 20 minutes before the State Office closes to the 
public on the last day on which rental can be paid, pe- 
titioner instructs by telephone an agent who lives in 
the vicinity of the State Office to make the payment 
and the agent who alleges she was delayed by traffic 
and security measures makes payment after the office 
is closed to the public. In such circumstances the 
petitioner has not shown that his failure to pay the 



The timeliness of filing Federal tax returns and 
payments and of making rental payments for Federal 
oil and gas leases are governed by different statutes 
and regulations and are not the same. Receipt in the 
proper Bureau of Land Management office determines the 
timeliness of rental payment, whereas the Internal Rev- 
enue Service uses a postmark date. The postmark date 
is relevant in considering a Federal oil and gas lease 
rental only to determine if the lessee exercised rea- 
sonable diligence so as to warrant reinstatement of a 
lease terminated for failure to pay the rental timely. 



David 
19777 



Smitfc 



Darla 



JSmith, 33 IBLA 63 (Dec. 5, 



Rental payment which arrives at a BLM State Office after 
normal business hours, as set out in «3 CFR 1821-1 (a) 
and (d) , is properly recorded by BLM as received at 
10 a.m. the next business day, per 13 CFR 1821.2-2(d). 

Robert L. Wheeler. 33 IBLA 371 (Jan. 23, 1978) 



Payment of the annual rental on an oil and gas lease 
is not made until a proper form of remittance is 
received by the appropriate office of the Bureau of 
Land Management. 

Llo_d_M_ and Adelheid A. Patterson. 3« IBLA 68 
"(Fib. 227 19787 



-IBRASM 



rz*T* 



ICCOUNTS — Continued 



PAlM£NTS--Continued 



ACCOUNTS — Continued 
PAYMENTS— Continued 



A check tendered prior to the due date of an oil and 
gas lease annual rental payment, which is properly 
dishonored by the drawee bank, does not constitute 
timely payment. But where return of the check results 
from a confirmed bank error, subsequent collection and 
payment of the check relates back to the time of the 
original tender, and payment is timely. 

Annual rental payments on oil and gas leases are sent 
to depositories designated by the Secretary of the 
Treasury if their location permits the deposit to be 
hand carried; otherwise, the deposits are mailed to 
the Denver Branch of the Kansas City Federal Reserve 
Bank. Washington, D.C., offices of the Bureau of Land 
Management may send deposits to the Cash Division of 
the Treasury Department. All checks drawn on foreign 
banks or foreign branches of United States banks must 
be sent for deposit to the Cash Division of the Trea- 
sury Department. 

An oil and gas lease rental payment check returned to 
the Bureau of Land Management because a Federal Reserve 
Bank will not accept for collection checks drawn on 
foreign banks, but which could be collected through the 
Cash Division of the Treasury Department and would be 
honored by the drawee bank, is not "uncollectible." 



£iE£liS§_£§iI2i§J!§_£2££j 



IBLA 73 (Feb. 



"Payment." Placing a check for annual rental for oil 
and gas leases in the mails does not constitute "pay- 
ment" of annual rental. Rather, the lessee must cause 
the rental to be received by the office administering 
his leases, and, until such time as it is received, no 
"payment" of annual rental has occurred. Accordingly, 
where a check is mailed prior to the due date but does 
not arrive until more than 20 days after this due date, 
no "payment" was made prior to that time, so that the 
lease automatically terminated by operation of law, and 
the Department is without authority to consider a peti- 
tion for reinstatement of the lease. 

"Tender." Placing a check for annual rental for oil 
and gas leases in the mails does not constitute a 
tender of payment of annual rental, within the meaning 
of 13 CFR 3108.2-1 (c). Rather, a lessee makes a tender 
of payment only when he submits payment to the BLB of- 
fice administering his leases, and when BLH has the 
opportunity either to receive or decline it. Accord- 
ingly, placing rental in the mails does not constitute 
a tender of payment which would allow the Department to 
consider the merits of a petition for reinstatement of 
an oil and gas lease terminated for failure to make 
timely payment of annual rental. 

Mobil, Oil, Corp. , 35 IBLA 265 (June 2, 1978) 



Where a grantee seeks renewal of a right-of-way for 
a communication site, the Bureau of Land Management 
should require an advance annual payment at the rate 
formerly charged until a new fair market value rate may 
be established by appraisal. In the absence of con- 
trary directives, the guideline in 13 CFR 2802.1-7 (e) 
should be applied to renewals of existing rights-of- 
way. Increased charges may not be imposed retroac- 
tively, but are only imposed by the authorized officer, 
after reasonable notice and opportunity for hearing, 
beginning with the next charge year after the officer's 
decision. 

Interest may be imposed on use charges for right-of- 
way sites depending on considerations of fairness and 
equity. In the absence of contrary directives, inter- 
est may be imposed for occupancy of a site where use 
charges should have been imposed at the same rate as 
past permitted use. Also, interest may be imposed on 



increased charges due on an annual basis for the years 
prior to payment of such amount. 



19, 1978) 

85 I.D. 207 



Full Circle, Inc.. 35 IBLA 325 (June 



The bolder of a mining claim located within the Papago 
Indian Reservation under sec. 3 of the Act of June 18, 
193U, ti8 Stat. 98U (repealed. Act of nay 27, 1955, 
69 Stat. 67) , is required to make the annual rental pay- 
ment for the claim in advance (on or before the anni- 
versary date of location of the claim). A decision 
invalidating a claim will be upheld where proceedings 
to void the claim are not initiated until several 
months after the rental due date, there is no evidence 
the rent was paid for the year, and appellant admits 
the failure to pay was an oversight. 

J °hi!_Ai_£oolej , 36 IBLA 2U5 (Aug. 1U, 1978) 



A noncompetitive oil and gas lease on which there is no 
well capable of production in paying quantities termi- 
nates by operation of law and not by the action of any 
official if the annual rental is not paid on or before 
the due date. Submission of a rental check without 
identifying the lease number precluded the Bureau of 
Land Management from accepting the check as payment for 
the lease, and a lease is properly held to terminate 
in the absence of a timely identified payment of the 
rental. 



S. Delos Champaign, 37 IBLA 377 (Noi 



1978) 



"Payment." A noncompetitive oil and gas lease on which 
there is no well capable of production in paying quan- 
tities terminates by operation of law for failure to 
pay the annual rental on or before the due date. A 
check for rental does not constitute payment until it 
is received at the proper office. 



Gretchen Capital. Ltd.„ 37 IBLA 392 (Nov. 



1978) 



"Reasonable diligence." Where an oil and gas rental 
check bearing the due date of the lease is submitted a 
few days in advance thereof, but the check is returned 
by the Bureau of Land Management and thereupon a new 
check is promptly submitted, even if it could be con- 
sidered that the lease had terminated, it would be eli- 
gible for reinstatement under 30 U.S.C. § 188(c) (1976) 
because there has been reasonable diligence on the part 
of lessee. 

Lillie Belle Higgins. 38 IBLA 25« (Dec. 8, 1978) 



Where checks submitted in payment of annual rental on 
oil and gas leases are returned by the drawee bank as 
uncollectible because they are postdated, and there has 
been no bank error, no tender or payment of annual ren- 
tal has been made. In the absence of any other payment 
prior to the anniversary date, the leases terminate 
automatically by operation of law. 

An oil and gas lessee who submits payment of annual 
rentals with checks postdated by 15 days is not rea- 
sonably diligent in attempting to make payment thereof. 
So doing with the expectation that negotiation of the 
checks will not be delayed past the anniversary date 
unreasonably anticipates either that BLH will withhold 
processing the checks until they become valid or that 
the drawee bank will honor them despite the postdating. 



EenjlJiii_2i_IianJliiD • 



IBLA 291 (Dec. 1«, 1978) 



ACCOOHTS — Continued 

PATHENTS—Continued 

Hhere an offer is drawn Ho. 1 for a tract consisting of 
39.97 acres, BLB requests payment specifically of $U0 
advance rental, and the offeror remits $39.97 within 
the 15-day period spelled out in <43 CFB 3112. U-l, the 
submittal of $39.97 does not constitute satisfactory 
payaent within the aabit of that regulation. 

Siii2B_EB2li» 3e IBL » 319 < Dec « 19 » 1978) 



ACCOONTS--Continued 

PAYBENTS—Continued 

Hhere an offer is drawn No. 1 in a simultaneous oil 
and gas lease drawing and the offeror is notified by 
BLB that the rental due is $1,955, the offer will be 
disqualified under 13 CFR 3112. U-l when the offeror 
submits a check for $1,954 within the tiae required, 
but fails to submit the $1 deficiency within the al- 
lowed tiae. 

C t . Panos. *»2 IBLA 326 (Aug. 30, 1979) 



BLH does not waive its right to declare a lease expired 
by cashing an advance annual rental check and placing 
funds in an unearned account. 

R ichar d.Pi.Saoo t , 39 IBLA 1 (Jan. 8, 1979) 



Tiaely tender of a check which, when presented, is dis- 
honored properly by the bank on which it is drawn does 
not constitute timely payaent. 

Caro line L. Hunt. «3 IBLA 311 (Oct. 22, 1979) 



It is proper for the Bureau of Land Banageaent to re- 
fuse to accept a filing fee check accompanying drawing 
entry cards for simultaneous oil and gas lease offers 
where the check bears the figure aaount of $110, the 
correct aaount due, and the typewritten aaount of "One 
hundred eleven and no/100." 

Be[t£aB_F i _Budol£h Jl _j£ t , 39 IBLA 167 (Jan. 30, 1979) 



Hhere a grantee seeks renewal of a right-of-way for 
a coaaunication site, the Bureau of Land Ranageoent 
should require an advance annual payaent at the rate 
foraerly charged until a new fair aarket value rate 
aay be established by appraisal. In the absence of 
contrary directives, the guideline in U3 CFR 2802.1-7 (e) 
should be applied to renewals of existing rights-of-way. 
Increased charges aay not be imposed retroactively, but 
may be only iaposed by the authorized officer, after 
reasonable notice and opportunity for hearing, begin- 
ning with the next charge year after the officer's 
decision. 

Interest may be iaposed on use charges for right-of- 
way sites depending on considerations of fairness and 
equity. In the absence of contrary directives, inter- 
est aay be iaposed for occupancy of a site where use 
charges should have been iaposed at the same rate as 
past permitted use. Also, interest aay be imposed on 
increased charges for the period comaencing with the 
date from which increased charges are established. 

D2Bald_B J _Clark A _C J ._Beinha £ t_6_Son x _Inc AX Hartwell 
Excavating Co.. 39 IBLA 182 (Jan. 31, 1979) 



A check is a valid form of remittance for payment of 
an oil and gas lease filing fee and advance rental. 
However, it is subject to collection and final payment 
without cost to the Government. Hhere a check is re- 
turned froa a bank as uncollectible, generally, the 
check cannot be considered as a proper tender of 
payaent. 

A check returned froa a bank aay be considered a tender 
of payment where the return of the check is shown to 
have resulted from a confirmed bank error, and the sub- 
sequent collection and payaent of the check relates 
back to the time it was originally tendered to ELB. If 
an oil and gas lease has been canceled and applications 
rejected because checks have been returned from a bank 
and the appellant shows bank error, the case is re- 
manded for further consideration. 

Jose V. Lim. «« IBLA 96 (Nov. 20, 1979) 



REFURDS 

Hhere a noncompetitive oil and gas lease is canceled 
for failure of the lessee to make full payment of the 
first year's rental, the Department may return the ren- 
tal pursuant to the repayment statute, 13 O.S.C. § 137« 
(1970), in appropriate circumstances where the lessee 
has derived no benefit from the possession of the lease 
and there are no other factors militating against 
repayment. 

Albert J. Finer. 27 IBLA 61 (Sept. 27, 1976) 



Hhere a lease under the Recreation and Public Purposes 
Act, as amended, "»3 O.S.C. « 869 (1976), erroneously 
states the 1-year rental as being the rental for 
5 years, and the lessee knew or had reason to know of 
the error, the error is a unilateral mistake, and the 
lease aay be properly corrected to show the true ren- 
tal, or the lease may be rescinded if appellant does 
not desire to be bound by the reformed agreement. 

5i.i_Scholastica_Acadeax, «0 IBLA 175 (Apr. 3, 1979) 



Hhere a noncompetitive oil and gas lease is canceled 
for having been erroneously issued because the lands 
involved were part of an incorporated city («3 CFB 
3101.1-1 (a) (3) the Department may return the rentals 
pursuant to the repayment statute, U3 O.S.C. 5 137H 
(1970) , in appropriate circumstances where the les- 
sees have derived no benefit from the possession of 
the lease and there are no other factors militating 
against repayment. 

Bruce Anderson. 30 IBLA 118 (Hay 2, 1977) 



Land withdrawn for reclamation purposes in Imperial 
County, Calif., within the California Desert Conserva- 
tion Area and adainistered by BLB under a memorandum 
of understanding with the Bureau of Reclamation should 
be regarded as "entitlement lands" in the computation 
of payaents to be made to the county under the Act of 
Oct. 20, 1976, 31 O.S.C. » 1602 (1976). 

£2!!Bi2_2i_ISEeEial, HO IBLA 257 (Apr. 16, 1979) 



A simultaneous oil and gas lease drawing entry card 
containing an incorrect parcel number is properly 
rejected and the filing fee is properly retained by 
Land Management. 



Henry A,. Alker. 3« IBLA 136 (Bar. 8, 1978) 



the Bureav 



ACCOUNTS— Continued 

REFUNDS — Continued 

Failure to execute a lease results in forfeiture of the 
bid deposit by the high bidder in a competitive oil and 
gas lease sale. 

gernard_P i _Gencorelli, «3 IBLA 7 (Sept. 11, 1979) 



A£22I!ED_L»NDS— Continued 

Patented lands which are subsequently acquired by the 
United States are not, by mere force of reacquisition, 
open to disposal under the public land lavs. In the 
absence of specific statutory direction to the contrary, 
the acquired land is not subject to location under the 
mining laws. 



Babc ock , 



Ship p. 25 IBLA 316 (June 30, 1976) 



A simultaneous oil and gas lease drawing entry card 
omitting the State and zip code from the offeror's 
address is properly rejected and the filing fee is 
properly retained by the Bureau of Land Management. 

B2bert_C 1 _Meredith, <t« IBLA 213 (Dec. 11, 1979) 



ACCRETION 

Where one who protests the performance and acceptance 
of a survey of land, identified by the cadastral engi- 
neer making the survey as public domain land, offers 
probative evidence that changes arose because of avul- 
sion rather than accretion and so the land is not in 
fact federally owned, a hearing will be ordered to re- 
ceive and consider such evidence and to ascertain the 
facts. 



J 2S_Si Dent and Delores 
1975) 



.Dent, 18 IBLA 375 (Jar 



30, 



Patented lands which are subsequently acquired by the 
United States for the National Park Service are not, by 
■ere force of acquisition, open to disposal under the 
public land laws. In the absence of specific statutory 
direction to the contrary, the acquired land is not 
subject to location under the mining laws. 30 U.S.C. 
i 22 (1970). 

own, 37 IBLA 381 (Nov. 6, 1978) 



The Mineral Leasing Act for Acquired Lands does not ex- 
clude from oil and gas leasing those lands underlying 
the Missouri River within the boundaries of the Fort 
Berthold Indian Reservation as established by the 
Treaty of Fort Laramie (1851) and the Executive Order 
of Apr. 12, 1870, which were reacquired by the United 
States from the Indian tribes. The exclusion in the 
Act for submerged lands refers to submerged coastal 
lands, as set forth in «3 CFR 3101.2-1 (g). 

lapel Energy Corp.. H2 IBLA 105 (Aug. 16, 1979) 



Submerged and filled tidelands passed to the State 
of Alaska on the date of its admission to the Union, 
Jan. 3, 1959. Ownership of tidelands subsequently 
created by avulsive action remains in those persons 
or entities, including the Federal Government, who 
held title to the land prior to the avulsive action. 



Sand£a_Ls_t2aahx_Samon_M i _Blackburn, 
(June 3, 1976) 



25 IBLA 96 



Unsurveyed fast lands, formed by accretion to public 
land or to lands patented with an oil and gas reserva- 
tion, riparian to a navigable river and lying within 
the meander lines of that navigable river, as recorded 
on the official plat, may be leased provided that a 
proper offer is received and the other relevant condi- 
tions precedent to leasing are met. 

Federal law determines the legal characterization of 
accretions, avulsions, and relictions to land riparian 
to navigable bodies of water, where title to the land 
or reserved interests in the land remains in the United 
States. 



Lands which were acquired for development of their 
uranium deposits are not subject to oil and gas leasing 
under the Mineral Leasing Act for Acquired Lands. 

gsdras.K. Har tley, i»« IBLA 66 (Nov. 20. 1979) 



i£3_OF_APRIL_2i t _J820 

The Secretary of the Interior does not have authority 
under the Right-of-way Oil and Gas Leasing Act of 
May 21, 1930, 30 U.S.C. § 301 et sea,. (1970), to dis- 
pose of deposits of oil and gas underlying a railroad 
right-of-way granted pursuant to the Act of Mar. 3, 
1875, when the lands traversed by the right-of-way were 
later patented under the Act of Apr. 2H, 1820, without 
any reservation for minerals. In such case, title to 
the mineral estate was included within the grant to the 
patentee. 



Amerada Hess Corp. 



2U IBLA 360 (Apr. 27, 1976) 

83 1.1 



David_A._Prov.inse, 35 IBLA 221 (May 26, 1978) 

85 I.D. 15U 



AC2UIRED.LANDS 

An offer for an oil and gas lease under the Mineral 
Leasing Act for Acquired Lands may properly be rejected 
where there is uncertainty regarding the title to the 
oil and gas deposits. 

Shell Oil, Co., 20 IBLA 292 (May 27, 1975) 



ICT_OF_JUNE_J0 x _J83j» 

Appellant's contention that under sec. 22 of the Act 
of June 30, 183«, I* Stat. 729, 733 (25 U.S.C. » 194 
(1976)), the burden of proof cannot be assigned to the 
tribe is without merit. The issue framed by appellant 
does not align "Indians" against "whites." The primary 
relief sought by the tribe is the cancellation of trust 
patents which can only be held by Indians. 

Administrative Appeal of Oglala Sioux Trj.be v. Commis - 
sioner of Ind ian Affairs and Richard Tall (PRU-105U2) , 
7 IBIA 188 (Sept. 5, 1979) 86 I.D. 125 



i£i_0Z_££lS"»SI_Si_I§82 

Sec. « of the General Allotment Act of Feb. 8, 1887, 
authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to issue 
allotments to Indians where the Indians have made set- 
tlement upon public lands "not otherwise appropriated 
* * *." Pending final action on the matter, public 
lands are not open to Indian allotment settlement and 
disposition following the filing and noting of an 
application by the Bureau of Land Management for a pro- 
posed withdrawal; regulation 13 CFR 2091.2-5 (a) pro- 
vides that the noting of an application for withdrawal 
on the official plats maintained in the proper land of- 
fice shall temporarily segregate the subject land from 
settlement under the public land laws to the extent 
that the withdrawal applied for, if effected, would 
prevent such forms of disposal. Following issuance 
of a public land order withdrawing the subject land, 
Indian allotment applications previously held in a 
suspense status are properly rejected. 

Thurman_Banks_et_al i , 22 IBLA 205 (Oct. 15, 1975) 



A£I_2Z_!!AICH_3 i _l882 

Sec. 321(b) of the Transportation Act of 19«0, 
49 U.S.C. § 65(b) (1970), authorizes, rather than man- 
dates, the issuance of patents to innocent purchasers 
for value of lands which did not pass to a railroad 
under a statutory grant because of their mineral char- 
acter, the rights of any such innocent purchaser being 
dependent upon the conditions and limitations of the 
Act of Har. 3, 1887, H3 U.S.C. § 898 (1970). 

Southern^acific_Transp.o^tation_C^ il _Don^ld_K i _Lee A 
Charles_Siller v i _United_States_Forest_Service, 35 IBLA 
270 7j<Jne~2,~1978) 

A£T_OF_BABCH_2 i _1889 

Assuming, in the light most favorable to appellant, 
that the allotments at issue were subject to the final 
E£2»iS2 of sec - 9 of the 4ct of Mar - 2 » 1889, 25 Stat. 
888, 891, we find no language in this or other sections 
of the Act evidencing an intention on the part of Con- 
gress that allotments--to be valid — required approval 
by the Oglala Sioux Tribe. 

Administrative A ppeal.of, Oglala Sioux Tribe v. Coamis- 
sioner of Indian Af f airs~and~Hichara Tall IPBD-105q21 . 
7 IBIA 188 (Sept. 5, 1979) 86 I.D. U25 



ACT OF MARCH 3. 



1891 



Sec. 7 of the Act of Har. 3, 1891, provides that no per- 
son or association of persons shall hold by assignment 
or otherwise, prior to the issue of patent, more than 
320 acres of arid or desert lands; the terms "hold," 
"assignment" and "otherwise" are words of broad signif- 
icance and will be defined in such manner to effectuate 
the purposes of the Act, to wit, to prevent anyone from 
holding more than 320 acres of desert lands to the ex- 
clusion of bona fide settlers or the entrymen of record. 

Any person or association of persons who controls, pos- 
sesses and receives substantial benefits from desert 
lands will be regarded as "holding" such lands within 
the meaning of the Act of Bar. 3, 1891. 



United_States_v i _Golden_Grig 3 _et_al. 
(Apr. 7, 1975) 



19 IBLA 379 



&£T_OFJ1ARCH_3 i _1891--Continued 

An entryman may not take advantage of sec. 7 of the 
Act of Har. 3, 1891, entitling an entryman to a patent 
after 2 years from date of issuance of a receiver's 
receipt when there is no pending contest or protest 
against the validity of the entry, where he has not 
shown that preconditions of the Act have been met, 
i.e., making the final payments required. 



S J) i t ed_SJt a tes_ v.. Jac k_Ze a mjr_ Bo.y.d._Jr_. , 
(Feb. 27, 1979) 



A£T_OF_AUG0SI_J5 i _J89l* 



39 IBLA 321 



The Agreement of Dec. it, 1893, between the Yuma (now 
Quechan) Indians and the United States, ratified in 
sec. 17 of the Act of Aug. 15, 189U, was an absolute, 
present cession of any and all interests of the Indians 
to the nonirrigable lands in the Fort Yuma Indian Bes- 
ervation created by Executive Order of Jan. 9, 1881*. 

Assuming that the Act of Aug. 15, 1891*, was a condi- 
tional rather than an absolute cession by the Yuma (now 
Quechan) Indians of their rights to the nonirrigable 
lands in the Fort Yuma Indian Reservation, all material 
conditions on the part of the United States were met, 
and the cession has occurred. 

Title to Certain Land Within the Boundaries of th e Fort 
Yuaa Indian Re s e rvation a s E stablishe d b y the Executive 
Order of JanT 9,~188U, M-36886 (Jan. 18, 1977) 



The Agreement of Dec. i», 1893, between the Yuma (now 
Quechan) Indians and the United States, ratified in the 
Act of Aug. 15, 189" (28 Stat. 286, 332) provided for a 
conditional cession of the nonirrigable land of the 
Fort Yuma Reservation. The conditions which included 
allotment and sale of surplus irrigable land and the 
opening of nonirrigable lands to settlement and entry, 
did not occur during the decade following the agreeaent 
and ratifying statute. 

£itle-to_C^rtain_La^s_Within.the_Boun^ar^s_of_the 
Fort Yuma (now called Quechan) Indian Reservation, 
M-36908 (Jan. 2, 1979) ~ 86 iTc. 3 



ACT_OF_AUGUST_18 x _J89« 

An application filed by a State under the Act of 
Har. 15, 1910, for a temporary withdrawal of lands to 
aid in the selection of the lands for proposed develop- 
ment under the Carey Act of 189U must be rejected where 
the lands are withdrawn for stock-driveway purposes, 
and cannot be suspended pending consideration of a pe- 
tition for reclassification of the lands as suitable 
for selection under the Carey Act. 

A grant of lands to a State under the Carey Act of 189" 
is not a grant in praesenti, vesting title to any par- 
ticular lands as of the time of passage of the Act or 
by relation back upon fulfillment of the conditions im- 
posed by the Act, but the allowance or rejection of an 
application by a State under the Act of Mar. 15, 1910, 
for a temporary withdrawal of lands to aid in the se- 
lection of the lands for proposed development under 
the Carey Act is a matter wholly within the discretion 
of the Department; and where the lands sought to be 
selected by the State are embraced within a stock- 
driveway withdrawal made by the Secretary of the Inte- 
rior under authority of law, they are not, so long as 
such withdrawal remains in force, subject to any claim 
of the State under the Carey Act. 

Idaho Department of Hater Resources, 21 IBLA 210 
(July~31, 1975) 



A£I_0F_AUGUST_18 X _189« — Continued 

In the absence of pertinent statutory directives or 
regulatory criteria mandating such action, it is 
improper for the Bureau of Land Management to reject 
applications filed by a State under the Act of Bar. 15, 
1910, for temporary withdrawals of lands for proposed 
development under the Carey Act, on the basis of the 
Bureau's determination that the Carey Act does not per- 
mit acceptance of a temporary withdrawal application: 
(1) for the establishment of residence and settlement 
on noncontiguous tracts of land; (2) if the acreage 
applied for, when added to desert land entry acreage 
previously patented to the State's Carey Act project 
proposer, exceeds the maximum 320 acres permitted to 
be acquired by one person under 43 U-S.C. $ 212 (1970); 
and (3) when the preliminary plan of development sub- 
mitted by the State fails to provide adequate assurance 
of water transmission to the proposed project. Under 
these circumstances, the Bureau should suspend action 
on the applications pending Departmental action to re- 
vise and recodify previously deleted regulations which 
provide guidance for the administration of the Carey 
Act and the Act of Bar. 15, 1910. 

Idaho_De£artment of_Water Resources, 24 IBLA 314 
(Apr. 20, 19767 



It is improper for the Bureau of Land Management to 
reject desert land applications on the basis of direc- 
tives within a deleted regulation which required that 
such applications be rejected when the lands described 
therein were included within a previously filed State 
application for a temporary withdrawal under the Act 
of Mar. 15, 1910, which permits the Secretary to tempo- 
rarily withdraw lands in furtherance of the purposes of 
the Carey Act. In the absence of a recodification of 
the directives in the deleted regulation, the Bureau 
should suspend action on all applications filed subse- 
quent to the withdrawal application pending final 
action on the application for withdrawal. 



Kevin. 
1976) 



L_Elii§x._Sylvia_D i _Ellis. 24 IBLA 387 (May 3, 



Applications filed by the State of Idaho under the Act 
of Mar. 15, 1910, for temporary withdrawals of land for 
proposed development under the Carey Act of 1894, must 
be rejected where the lands have been previously with- 
drawn for reclamation, stock-driveway, agricultural 
research or military purposes. 

In the absence of pertinent statutory directives or 
regulatory criteria for the processing of temporary 
withdrawal applications for unreserved lands filed by 
a State under the Act of Bar. 15, 1910, for proposed 
development under the Carey Act, the Bureau of Land 
Management should suspend consideration of the appli- 
cations pending Departmental action to revise and re- 
codify previously deleted regulations which provide 
guidance for the administration of the Carey Act and 
the Act of Mar. 15, 1910. 

Idaho_De£artment_of_Hater Resources, 25 IBLA 27 (Bay 5, 
1976" 



Applications filed by the State of Idaho under the Act 
of Mar. 15, 1910, for temporary withdrawals of land for 
proposed development under the Carey Act of 1891, must 
be rejected where the lands have been previously with- 
drawn for reclamation purposes. 

In the absence of pertinent statutory directives or 
regulatory criteria for the processing of temporary 
withdrawal applications for unreserved lands filed by 
a State under the Act of Mar. 15, 1910, for proposed 
development under the Carey Act, the Bureau of Land 
Management should suspend consideration of the appli- 
cations pending Departmental action to revise and re- 
codify previously deleted regulations which provide 



ACJ_QF_AUGUST_!8 i _!89l)--Continued 



guidance for the administration of the Carey Act and 
the Act of Bar. 15, 1910. 



Idaho Department of Water Resources. 27 IBLA 303 
15ctT _ 26, 19767 



Applications filed for temporary withdrawals of land 
for proposed development under the Carey Act of 1894 
must be rejected where the lands have been previously 
withdrawn for other purposes. 

The Bureau of Land Banagement should suspend considera- 
tion of the applications under the Carey Act pending 
Departmental action to revise and recodify previously 
deleted regulations which provide guidance for the ad- 
ministration of the Carey Act. 

Idaho Department of Hater Resources. 32 IBLA 89 
(Sept. 2, 1977) 



ACT_OF_JUNE_iix_l§22 

where land had been conveyed to the United States pur- 
suant to the Act of June 4, 1897, ch. 2, 30 Stat. 11, 
36, as a base for forest lieu selection rights, and a 
purported color of title claim was initiated at a time 
when the land had not been opened to the operation of 
the public land laws, the color of title claim is not 
cognizable as valid under 43 U.S.C. « 1068 (1970). 

Estate of John C. Bri nton . 25 IBLA 283 (June 28, 1976) 



ACJ_OF_JANUARI_31i_}90! 

Under 30 U.S.C. «« 162 and 262 (1970), valuable depos- 
its of sodium compounds are not open to location and 
disposition under the mining laws, but may be disposed 
of only under the Bineral Leasing Act, except for cer- 
tain claims under 4 3 CFR 3501. 1-1 (b), existent at pas- 
sage of Bineral Leasing Act of 1920 which have since 
been maintained in accordance with statute and regula- 
tion. 



£e r a i a n_ H ud_ S e£vice,._ I nc . 



ACT_OF_FEBRUARI_15 i _l90J 



31 IBLA 150 (June 30, 
84 : 



1977) 

,D. 342 



A Bureau of Land Management decision rejecting an appli- 
cation under the Act of Feb. 15, 1901, for a domestic 
water pipeline right-of-way will be sustained where it 
it was made in due regard for the public interest. 

H3ze2_E_s._Kincai£, 25 IBL& 25? (June 2 J, 1976) 



Pursuant to the Act of Feb. 15, 1901, repealed by sec. 
706(a) of the Act of Oct. 21, 1976 (90 Stat. 2743, 
2793), the Department had discretionary authority to 
permit the use of a right-of-way across public lands 
to supply water for domestic purposes; however, a 
right-of-way application for such use was properly 
rejected where approval of the grant would be contrary 
to the public interest. 

Broken H,. Ranc h Co .. 33 IBLA 386 (Jan. 26, 1978) 



A£I_OJ_FEBRyAHY_.15_ t _1901 — Continued 

The Act of Feb. 15, 1901, «3 U.S.C. « 959 (1970), was 
repealed by sec. 706 of the Federal Land Policy and 
Hanagement Act of 1976 (FLPMA) , 90 Stat. 2793, and any 
use or occupancy of public land granted subseguent to 
the effective date of FLPHA, Oct. 21, 1976, Bust be 
issued under authority of that Act. In authorizing the 
Secretary to grant rights-of-way, FLPHA provides that 
the Secretary shall reguire the applicant to subait 
certain intonation relating to the right-of-way, and 
a State Office notice enumerating such reguirenents is 
consistent with FLPHA. 



Wi Ilia a_J i _Col»an , «0 IBLA 



(Apr. 3, 1979) 



i£T_OF_APBIL_21 x _190l» 

Sec. 25 of the Act of Apr. 21, 190U, which authorized 
the application of the Reclamation Act of 1902 to the 
Yuma Indian Reservation, did not repeal by iaplication 
sec. 17 of the Act of Aug. 15, 189U, which provided for 
the cession, reclamation and allotment of the Reserva- 
tion, and is in no way inconsistent with the 1891 Act. 

Title to Certain Land Within the Bo undari es of the Fort 
Yuna Indian Reservation as Established , by the Executive 
0£der_of_Jan i _9 x _188'», H-36886 (Jan. 18, 1977) 

8« I.D. 1 



Sec. 25 of the Act of Apr. 21, 190U (33 Stat. 189, 
22K) , which authorized the application of the 1902 
Reclamation Act to the Fort Yuaa and Colorado River 
Reservations, and which provided for the allotment and 
sale of surplus irrigable lands on those reservations, 
was unrelated to and was not intended to effect the 
conditional cession provided for in the 1893 agreement 
and the 189« ratifying statute. 

Title_io^eria^n_Lands_Hithin_th^_Bojjnd^ries_of_the 
Fori Yuaa_Jnow called Ouechan) Indian Reservation, 
ii :: 36908 _ (Jan.~27 _ 1979) ~~ 86 I.D. 3 



i£I_OF_APRIL_23 x _190<» 

Sec. 8 of the Act of Apr. 23, 190U, 33 Stat. 302, pro- 
viding for survey and allotment of lands within the 
Flathead Indian Reservation, excepts from mineral entry 
those lands classified as "timber land" by a Presiden- 
tial Coaaission, and the Department of the Interior has 
no authority to overturn such classification and de- 
clare the "timber lands" more valuable as "mineral 
lands. " 



Montana Copper King Mining 
(Apr. 16. 1975) 



Co 



_et_al., 20 IBLA 30 



ACT OF HARCH 15. 1910 

An application filed by a State under the Act of 
Bar. 15, 1910, for a temporary withdrawal of lands to 
aid in the selection of the lands for proposed develop- 
ment under the Carey Act of 189U must be rejected where 
the lands are withdrawn for stock-driveway purposes, 
and cannot be suspended pending consideration of a pe- 
tition for reclassification of the lands as suitable 
for selection under the Carey Act. 

A grant of lands to a State under the Carey Act of 189U 
is not a grant in. praesenti. vesting title to any par- 
ticular lands as of the time of passage of the Act or 
by relation back upon fulfillment of the conditions im- 
posed by the Act, but the allowance or rejection of an 
application by a State under the Act of Mar. 15, 1910, 
for a teaporary withdrawal of lands to aid in the se- 
lection of the lands for proposed developaent under 
the Carey Act is a matter wholly within the discretion 
of the Departaent; and where the lands sought to be 



ACT OF qARCH 15. 1910 — Continued 

selected by the State are embraced within a stock- 
driveway withdrawal made by the Secretary of the Inte- 
rior under authority of law, they are not, so long as 
such withdrawal remains in force, subject to any claii 
of the State under the Carey Act. 



Idaho. Department,, of _ Water _ Resources. 
(July 31, "1975)" 



21 IBLA 210 



In the absence of pertinent statutory directives or 
regulatory criteria mandating such action, it is 
improper for the Bureau of Land Hanageaent to reject 
applications filed by a State under the Act of Mar. 15, 
1910, for teaporary withdrawals of lands for proposed 
developaent under the Carey Act, on the basis of the 
Bureau's determination that the Carey Act does not per- 
ait acceptance of a teaporary withdrawal application: 
(1) for the establishment of residence and settlement 
on noncontiguous tracts of land; (2) if the acreage 
applied for, when added to desert land entry acreage 
previously patented to the State's Carey Act project 
proposer, exceeds the maximum 320 acres permitted to 
be acquired by one person under «3 O.S.C. * 212 (1970); 
and (3) when the preliminary plan of developaent sub- 
mitted by the State fails to provide adeguate assurance 
of water transaission to the proposed project. Under 
these circumstances, the Bureau should suspend action 
on the applications pending Departmental action to re- 
vise and recodify previously deleted regulations which 
provide guidance for the adainistration of the Carey 
Act and the Act of Mar. 15, 1910. 

Idaho Departaent of Water Resources. 2« IBLA 31U 
(Apr. 20, 1976) 



It is improper for the Bureau of Land Hanagement to 
reject desert land applications on the basis of direc- 
tives within a deleted regulation which reguired that 
such applications be rejected when the lands described 
therein were included within a previously filed State 
application for a teaporary withdrawal under the Act 
of Mar. 15, 1910, which permits the Secretary to tempo- 
rarily withdraw lands in furtherance of the purposes of 
the Carey Act. In the absence of a recodification of 
the directives in the deleted regulation, the Bureau 
should suspend action on all applications filed subse- 
guent to the withdrawal application pending final 
action on the application for withdrawal. 

Kg'iP.Pi.gUis. Sylvia D, Ell is. 2U IBLA 387 (May 3, 
1976) 



Applications filed by the State of Idaho under the Act 
of Mar. 15, 1910, for temporary withdrawals of land for 
proposed development under the Carey Act of 189<4, must 
be rejected where the lands have been previously with- 
drawn for reclamation, stock-driveway, agricultural 
research or military purposes. 

In the absence of pertinent statutory directives or 
regulatory criteria for the processing of temporary 
withdrawal applications for unreserved lands filed by 
a State under the Act of Mar. 15, 1910, for proposed 
developaent under the Carey Act, the Bureau of Land 
Management should suspend consideration of the appli- 
cations pending Departmental action to revise and re- 
codify previously deleted regulations which provide 
guidance for the administration of the Carey Act and 
the Act of Mar. 15, 1910. 

Idaho Department of Water Resources, 25 IBLA 27 
(May 5. 19767" 



ACT OF MARCH 15. 1 9 1 — Continued 

Applications filed by the State of Idaho under the Act 
of liar. 15, 1910, for temporary withdrawals of land for 
proposed development under the Carey Act of 1891, must 
be rejected where the lands have been previously with- 
drawn for reclamation purposes. 

In the absence of pertinent statutory directives or 
regulatory criteria for the processing of temporary 
withdrawal applications for unreserved lands filed by 
a State under the Act of Mar. 15, 1910, for proposed 
development under the Carey Act, the Bureau of Land 
Management should suspend consideration of the appli- 
cations pending Departmental action to revise and re- 
codify previously deleted regulations which provide 
guidance for the administration of the Carey Act and 
the Act of Bar. 15, 1910. 



Id_ho_pe_art»ent ___Water__esources, 
75ct. 26, 1976) 



27 IBLA 303 



Applications filed for temporary withdrawals of land 
for proposed development under the Carey Act of 1891 
must be rejected where the lands have been previously 
withdrawn for other purposes. 

Idaho De_ar_ment of_Water Resources, 32 IBLA 89 
Tsept~2, 1977)" 



ACT OF DECEMBER 29, 1916 

A bond filed by a mining claim owner, covering lands 
patented under the Stock-Raising Homestead Act of 
Dec. 29, 1916, as amended. U 3 O.S.C. «$ 291-301 (1970), 
need only be set in an amount to cover damages to crops, 
improvements, and the value of the land for grazing pur- 
poses within the limits of the mining claim. The ad 
damnum of the bond does not have to be sufficient to 
cover damages caused by a disruption of the surface 
owner's entire grazing operation. 

Where surface owners object to the amount of a bond, 
submitted to the Bureau of Land Management under sec. 9 
of the Stock-Raising Homestead Act of Dec. 29, 1916, as 
amended, "3 O.S.C. § 299 (1970), as being inadequate in 
amount, reguest a hearing thereon, but fail to tender 
any evidence which would impel the conclusion that a 
hearing is likely to be productive and meaningful, the 
request for a hearing is properly denied. 

The owner of a patented stock-raising homestead, in 
which the minerals have been reserved to the Onited 
States under the Act of Dec. 29, 1916, as amend ed, has 
a sufficient adverse interest under 13 CFR 1.150-1, to 
initiate a contest against a mining claimant, alleging 
lack of discovery of valuable minerals. 

The issue of whether a mining claim has been perfected 
by discovery of available mineral has no place in a 
proceeding to determine whether the amount of a stock- 
raising homestead bond is sufficient. 



*CT_OF_JUNE_25 X _1910 

Where prior to 1920 a powersite withdrawal was cre- 
ated by executive order under authority of the Act of 
June 25, 1910, the withdrawn land remained open to the 
location of mining claims for metalliferous minerals 
until passage of the Federal Power Act on June 10, 
1920, which closed powersites to all entry, location 
or disposal. Any mining claim located thereafter on 
powersite lands is void ab initio unless the land has 
been restored to such entry in accordance with sec. 21 
of the Federal Power Act or the location of the claim 
has been made in accordance with the Act of Aug. 11, 
1955, 30 U.S.C. * 621 (1970). The latter Act did not 
operate retroactively to validate void claims. 

Henr__Sta_naro, 31 IBLA 357 (July 25, 1977) 



The President had nonstatutory authority to withdraw 
public land in addition to authority conferred upon 
him by Pickett Act, as amended, 13 U.S.C. ss 111, 112 
(1970) . Such nonstatutory authority was not limited 
by terms of 13 U.S.C. § 112 (1970) providing that with- 
drawn lands shall remain open to location for metallif- 
erous minerals. 

Har ry_H i _Wi lson , 35 IBLA 319 (June 19, 1978) 



Elmer Silvera et al.. 12 IBLA 11 (July 25, 1979) 



ACT OF JUNE 10. 1920 

Where prior to 1920 a powersite withdrawal was cre- 
ated by executive order under authority of the Act of 
June 25, 1910, the withdrawn land remained open to the 
location of lining claims for metalliferous minerals 
until passage of the Federal Power Act on June 10, 
1920, which closed powersites to all entry, location 
or disposal. Any mining claim located thereafter on 
powersite lands is void ab initio unless the land has 
been restored to such entry in accordance with sec. 21 
of the Federal Power Act or the location of the claim 
has been made in accordance with the Act of Aug. 11, 
1955, 30 U.S.C. 5 621 (1970). The latter Act did not 
operate retroactively to validate void claims. 

Land reserved for a reservoir site by executive order 
under authority of the Pickett Act of June 25, 1910, to 
conserve water for irrigation purposes, remained open 
to the location of mining claims for metalliferous min- 
erals, and the provisions of the Federal Power Act of 
June 10, 1920, would not operate to bar the location 
of such claims unless and until a powersite classifi- 
cation was subsequently imposed. 

Henri_Staanai2. 31 IBLA 357 (July 25, 1977) 



ACT_OF_JULY_22j._1.9i2 

A decision holding that a tract of land has reverted to 
the United States must be affirmed where the land was 
patented to a municipality under authority of a special 
statute which expressly provided that the town shall 
not have the right to sell or convey any part thereof 
and that if the land shall not be used as public park 
it shall revert to the United States, and where the 
record shows that the municipality conveyed two small 
parcels to the State and has never used the remainder 
for park purposes in the intervening 60 years since the 
patent issued. 



City o f Okanogan. Washington. 
11 IBLA 98 7-June 1, 1979) 



■Slate.. Pf Washington , 



AC__OF_F_B__A___25___92_ 

"An Act granting public lands to the town of Silverton, 
Colorado, for public park purposes" (13 Stat. 980, 
Feb. 25, 1925). 

The above Act and the patent issued in accordance 
therewith reguire that the lands granted be used for 
public park purposes only, and the town's attempt to 
lease a portion of the lands for the construction of 
camper sites does not violate the Act and patent since 
the use of a limited part of the patented land for 
camper sites is consistent with recreational and pub- 
lic park purposes. 

Town.pf.Silverton. 35 IBLA 183 (May 23, 1978) 



ACT_OF_J__________26 

Where a patent has been issued under the Recreation and 
Public Purposes Act of June 1U, 1926, as amended, 
«3 U.S.C. 4 869 et sea. (1970), pursuant to a plan of 
development, and that plan is modified with the consent 
of the Bureau of Land Management, the failure to comply 
with the original plan is excused. 

H . _B__Bald w in , 37 IBLA 215 (Oct. 12, 1978) 



*C__0F_JA__AR__2____927 

Where, after Statehood, a designated school section is 
surveyed and returned as mineral land (coal) known to 
be mineral in character prior to the date when the 
rights of the State would have attached, and where 
prior to the Act of Jan. 25, 1927 («« Stat. 1026), the 
land is withdrawn for national forest purposes, title 
to the section did not pass to the State. 

"alcolm_Nj._McKinn.on, 23 IBLA 1 (Nov. 25, 1975) 



aCT_gF___RC______927 

Under the Alaska Grazing Act, U3 U.S.C. « 316 et se_. 
(1970) , issuance of a grazing lease appropriates the 
lands and segregates them from public domain, barring 
them from use and occupancy for Native allotment pur- 
poses until the Department takes action to exclude 
lands from lease. 

Ed war __________ ton, 23 IBLA 13U (Dec. 23, 1975) 



, lease issued under the Alaska Grazing Act, 
U3 U.S.C. « 316 et sea. (1970) , appropriates the lr~ 



A grazi 



»j u.s.c. « jib et sea- (i9/u), appropriates tne lane 
and segregates them from the public domain, barring 
them from use and occupancy for Native allotment pur- 
poses until the Department takes action to exclude 
lands from the lease. 

He£^n_*M§£soji__Jr___Nic_ola__Pest_i_koff__Anthon_ 
Drabek, HI IBLA 296 (June 29, 1979) 



ACT_____A__2____930 

An oil and gas lease offer for lands in a reservoir 
right-of-way is properly rejected pursuant to the Act 
of Hay 21, 1930. 30 U.S.C. 5* 301-306 (1970), and 
«3 CFB 3100.0-3 (d) (1) which limit the right to lease 
deposits of oil and gas in and under rights-of-way to 
the owner of the right-of-way or his assignees. 

« £E_ b I i c_0 i 1 _ S __ i ni na_C o__a nd_ H a r g a r et_ V___oo_bs , 
35 IBLA 212 (Hay 26, 1978) 



Oil and gas under a reservoir right-of-way may not be 
leased under the Mineral Leasing Act of 1920, 30 U.S.C. 
i 181 et sea- (1970) , but may only be leased to the 
holder of the right-of-way, his assignee, or to adja- 
cent owners or their lessees in accordance with the Act 
of Hay 21, 1930, 30 U.S.C. i 301 (1970); therefore, of- 
fers filed under the Mineral Leasing Act for such lands 
are properly rejected. 

AIi£S_HaiS, 36 IBLA 313 (Aug. 23, 1978) 



AC__0__AP_I__23___.9 32 

The rejection of an application under the Act of 
Apr. 23, 1932, i»3 U.S.C. $ 15U (1970), to open lands 
in a reclamation withdrawal to mineral location will 
be affirmed when the applicant fails to submit facts 
to show the basis for his knowledge or belief that 
the lands contain valuable mineral deposits. Merely 
to state the lands contain such deposits is not 
sufficient. 

Joe_A.sh_.u_n, 27 IBLA 227 (Oct. 12, 1976) 



Ordinarily an application to restore lands within a 
reclamation withdrawal to mineral entry pursuant to 
the Act of Apr. 23, 1932, 43 U.S.C. 4 15U (1970), will 
be rejected by the Bureau of Land Management where the 
Bureau of Reclamation recommends against restoration; 
however, on appeal a case may be remanded for further 
consideration by the appropriate agencies, including 
preparation of a mineral report, where it appears war- 
ranted by the appellant's showings and willingness to 
propose terms and conditions to protect the Govern- 
ment's interest. 



W. Daily. 3« IBLA 176 (Har. 1U, 1978) 



A£2_0I_iSNE_J8___9 3_ 



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the 

ing 



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deci 

the 

inva 



provision in «3 CFR 3825.1(b) that failure to pay 
al rental on or before the anniversary date of a 
ng claim located in the Papago Indian Reservation 
11 be deemed sufficient grounds for invalidating 
claim" is directory, not mandatory. where the min 
claimant does not pay rental for 2 years on two 
ms and is 1-1/2 years late on other claims, and 
e he has not paid the rental prior to receiving 
sions from the Bureau of Land Hanagement holding 
claims invalid, the mining claims must be held 
lia. 



When a mining claim located in the Papago Indian 
Reservation is declared invalid for failure to pay 
annual rental timely, and that fact is not disputed, 
a hearing is not required as there are no issues of 
fact involved but only of law. 

Louis B. Ellsworth. Jr.. 33 IBLA 26 (Nov. 22, 1977) 



The 

Indi 

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vers 

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to v 

mont 

the 

the 



holder of a mining claim located within the Papago 
an Reservation under sec. 3 of the Act of June 18, 
, «8 Stat. 98« (repealed. Act of May 27, 1955, 
tat. 67) , is required to make the annual rental pay- 

for the claim in advance (on or before the anni- 
ary date of location of the claim). A decision 
lidating a claim will be upheld where proceedings 
oid the claim are not initiated until several 
hs after the rental due date, there is no evidence 
rent was paid for the year, and appellant admits 
failure to pay was an oversight. 



J oh n_ii_Coole_ , 36 IBLA 2«5 (Aug. 1U, 1978) 



The collection of a yearly rental pursuant to the pro- 
visions of «3 CFB 3825.1(b) for a mining claim situated 
within the Papago Indian Reservation in no way presages 
the existence of a valid mining claim based on the dis- 
covery of a valuable mineral deposit. 

United States v. J. D. Wilson. HH IBLA 1 (Nov. 6, 1979) 



£CT_OF_SEPTEMBEB_18 i _19U0 

Where the purchaser from the railroad of unpatented 
land believed at the time of his purchase that the land 
was aineral, and there was physical evidence of its 
mineral character, or if conditions were such that the 
purchaser should have known then that the land was ex- 
cepted from the grant to the railroad, he was not a 
purchaser in good faith within the "innocent purchaser" 
proviso of sec. 321(b) of the Transportation Act of 
19U0. 

Southern_Pacific Trans^ortation_C^ ii _Jay_R i _Fogal.i 
Iliid_p i _HiiIs_.IIntervenor]., 23 IBLA 232 (Jan. 9, 1976) 

83 I.D. 1 



ftCT_OF_AUGUST_13 x _191»9 

Lands which have been designated by the Act of Aug. 13, 
1949, as public domain are not leasable under the Min- 
eral Leasing Act for Acquired Lands or Reorganization 
Plan No. 3 of 1946, even though they may have been ac- 
quired lands prior to the Act of Aug. 13, 1949. A 
prospecting permit for uranium on such lands will be 
denied. 

Job n_R.5._Meado ws , 30 IBLA 1" (Apr. 14 , 1977) 



ACT OF AUGUST. 12, 1953 

Lands which were subject to an oil and gas lease offer 
on Sept. 20, 1951, were not open to mineral location, 
and mining claims located on such lands on this date 
are properly declared null and void in the absence of 
compliance with the redemption provisions of the Act 
of Aug. 12, 1953, and the Multiple Mineral Development 
Act, requiring filing of an amended notice of location 
prior to Dec. 10, 1953, in the place and manner in 
which the original notice was of record. 

A mining claimant's failure to comply with the redemp- 
tion provision of the Act of Aug. 12, 1953, and the 
Multiple Mineral Development Act is not excused because 
BLM failed to notify her of the availability of this 
provision. 

Dorothy_Smith, 39 IBLA 306 (Feb. 23, 1979) 



ACT OF AUGUST 15. 1953 

Public Law 280, 67 Stat. 588-90, did not grant to 
States general civil regulatory powers over Indian 
reservations. Nor could this be accomplished by 
Departmental regulation. Secretarial Order or other 
directive. 

Mainistr^tive_^Eeal_of_the_M^r^nao_^and_of_Mission 

l£dians_y^_Area_Director x _Sacramento_Area_gffice, 

7 IBIA 299 (Dec. 13, 1979) 86 I.D. 680 



ACT OF AUGUST 



1955 



Where prior to 1920 a powersite withdrawal was cre- 
ated by executive order under authority of the Act of 
June 25, 1910, the withdrawn land remained open to the 
location of mining claims for metalliferous minerals 
until passage of the Federal Power Act on June 10, 
1920, which closed powersites to all entry, location 
or disposal. Any mining claim located thereafter on 
powersite lands is void ab initio unless the land has 
been restored to such entry in accordance with sec. 24 
of the Federal Power Act or the location of the claim 
has been made in accordance with the Act of Aug. 11, 
1955, 30 O.S.C. § 621 (1970). The latter Act did not 
operate retroactively to validate void claims. 

HenEI-Staanaro, 31 IBLA 357 (July 25, 1977) 



ACT OF JULY 7, 1958 

The filing of a State selection application under sec. 
6(b) of the Alaska Statehood Act of July 7, 1958, 
72 Stat. 339, 340, 48 U.S.C. notes prec. 4 21 (1970), 
does not create a right that prevents a Native Village 
from selecting those lands under the provisions of the 
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of Dec. 18, 1971, 
85 Stat. 688, 43 O.S.C. 54 1601-1621 (Supp. Ill 1973). 

Stat e of Alaska, 19 IBLA 316 (Apr. 7, 1975) 



ACT OF JULY 6. 1960 

Where land had been conveyed to the United States pur- 
suant to the Act of June 4, 1897, ch. 2, 30 Stat. 11, 
36, as a base for forest lieu selection rights, and a 
purported color of title claim was initiated at a time 
when the land had not been opened to the operation of 
the public land laws, the color of title claim is not 
cognizable as valid under U3 U.S.C. i 1068 (1970). 

Estate of John C. Brinton. 25 IBLA 238 (June 28, 1976) 



ACT OF OCTOBER 8, 1964 

Where the holder of mineral leases in the Lake Mead 
National Recreation Area fails to mine and produce 
minerals within the time prescribed by the lease for 
reasons not beyond the control of the lessee, the 
leases are not in good standing and therefore are not 
subject to renewal. 

It is a proper exercise of discretion to refuse to re- 
new mineral leases in the Lake Mead National Recreation 
Area where the lessee failed to commence mining and 
produce minerals as required by regulation and by the 
terms of the lease for reasons which were attributable 
to the lessee. 

Apache Pro Co., 22 IBLA 331 (Nov. 11, 1975) 



The National Park Service is not an "executive depart- 
ment, independent establishment or instrumentality" 
within the meaning of 13 CFR 3501.2-6. The Department 
is therefore not bound by the granting or withholding 
of consent by the Service for a mineral lease on 
National Park Service lands. 

Minerals which are subject to location under the gen- 
eral mining law on public land outside the Lake Mead 
Recreation Area are subject to the leasing provisions 
of the Act of Oct. 8, 1964, within the Recreation Area. 
But, minerals which are disposable by sale under the 
1947 Materials Act when situated outside the Recreation 
Area are also subject to such disposal within it. 

A decision to reject an application for a mineral lease 
within the Lake Head Recreation Area will be sustained 
in the absence of a showing that the authorized officer 
acted unreasonably in rejecting the lease for reasons 
relating to environmental protection. 

Rilite Aggregate Co.. 26 IBLA 197 (Aug. 11, 1976) 



Where the State Office, following a recommendation of 
the National Park Service rejects an application for an 
oil and gas lease in the Lake Mead National Recreation 
Area on the basis of a general environmental review of 
the consequences of oil and gas leasing in the Recreation 
Area, but which does not specifically show that the 
lands involved are of a particular value in the Recre- 
ation Area as a whole and that leasing subject to stip- 
ulations will not suffice to protect the recreation and 
other values of the land, the case will be remanded for 



i£I_Of_OCTOBER_8 x _196U — Continued 

a particular application of the environmental review to 
that land. 

Robert R_ t _Wahl x Howard_Yee, 28 IBLA 305 (Jan. 13. 
1977) 



Where, at the end of its term, a mineral lease affect- 
ing lands within the Lake Head Recreation Area is not 
in good standing, an application for renewal thereof 
for an additional 5 years is properly denied. Where 
the lessee fails to develop the lease property dili- 
gently during the term of the lease and does not fall 
within an exception to this requirement, the lease is 
not in good standing and may not be extended. 

Audrine_G._ Knight, 36 IBLA 53 (June 30, 1978) 



Where the State Office, following recommendations of 
the National Park Service, rejects applications for oil 
and gas leases under the "excepted areas" provisions of 
43 CFR 3111.1-3 (e) (4] I, and where it appears that large 
portions of the applied-for lands do not fall within 
such areas, the case will be remanded with instructions 
to reconsider whether the leasing of lands not in ex- 
cepted areas would be appropriate. 

Pi_ii_£erce 11 , 37 IBLA 272 (Oct. 20, 1978) 

Di.I-, Perce 11. 40 IBLA 126 (Bar. 28, 1979) 



A£2_OI_SJPiJI3BER_26_ l _1968 

An application to purchase public land filed pursuant 
to the Unintentional Trespass Act. 43 U.S.C. §§ 1431- 
1435 (1970) , is properly rejected when the Geological 
Survey reports that such lands are underlain with coal, 
and that exercise of surface rights would unreasonably 
interfere with operations under the Mineral Leasing Act 
of 1920. In addition, the public interest dictates re- 
jection of the application because conveyance of the 
surface rights could allow the surface owner, pursuant 
to the Surface dining Control and Reclamation Act of 
1977, to prevent strip mining of the underlying coal by 
withholding his consent to mine. 

A determination by the United States Geological Survey 
that certain lands in an application for sale under the 
Unintentional Trespass Act, 43 U.S.C. *s 1431-1435 
(1970), are underlain with coal, and that sale of the 
surface rights would interfere with the operation of 
the Mineral Leasing Act of 1920, will not be disturbed 
in the absence of a clear showing by the applicant that 
the determination was improperly made. 

«ace_Cpx, 38 IBLA 340 (Dec. 20, 1978) 



Where an applicant under the Unintentional Trespass Act, 
43 U.S.C. * 1431 (1976), had mistakenly described the 
land being sought, the application may not be amended 
after Sept. 25, 1971, to conform the land description 
to the land actually in trespass. 

fiefialBh-S^Buntina. ul IBLA 13 < Ha y 22 « 1 97 9) 



ACT OF OCTOBER 22. 1965 

Title I of the Highway Beautif ication Act, 79 Stat. 
1028, which applies to all "public lands or reserva- 
tions of the United States," does not apply to Indian 
reservations. 



ACT_QF_DECEBBER_24 A _L!70 

Sec. 4 of Geothermal Steam Act of 1970 authorizes com- 
petitive bidding as sole basis for issuance of geother- 
mal leases for lands determined to be within a KGRA. 



California's Outdoor Advertising Act, implementing the 
Highway Beautif ication Act, 79 Stat. 1028, may not be 
applied to non-Indian lessees on the Morongo Indian 
Reservation. 

The Department's policy established in 1965 of requir- 
ing lessees of Indian lands in California to comply 
with State standards regulating land use and develop- 
ment can be achieved without subjecting developing 
tribal governments to the full enforcement powers of 
the State, viz., through adding appropriate State 
standards to the provisions of any lease. 

Adminis tra tive Appeal of the Moronqo Band of Mission 
Indians_v. Area Director, Sacramento Area Office. 
7™IBIA~299"7De'c. 13"7~1979) " " 86 I.D. 68 



Sec. 4 of Geothermal Steam Act of 1970 directs competi- 
tive bidding for geothermal leases on lands which are 
determined to be within a KGRA before the issuance of 
a lease on such lands, even though the KGRA determina- 
tion is made after the pertinent application is filed. 

Competitive bidding requirements of first sentence of 
sec. 4 of Geothermal Steam Act of 1970 apply to those 
applications filed during Jan. 1974 filing period, and 
State Office rejections of appellant's Jan. 1974 non- 
competitive lease applications are proper under 43 CFR 
3210.4. 

Hxdrothermal Eneray and 
"(Feb7"77~19757 



ACT_0F_0CS0BER_J5 X _1966 

The grant of a right-of-way to cross Federal land for a 
proposed pipeline which is neither Federally authorized 
nor funded is an "undertaking" within the meaning of 
the National Historic Preservation Act, as amended, 
80 Stat. 915, 16 U.S.C. * 470 et seg. (1976)." However, 
construction of segments of the pipeline which do not 
cross Federal land, and which are neither Federally li- 
censed nor funded, is not an "undertaking" under that 
Act, and the provisions of that Act do not apply to 
such segments. 

Western Slope Gas Co, . 40 IBLA 280 (Apr. 18, 1979) 



Sec. 4 of Geothermal Steam Act of 1970 directs competi- 
tive bidding for geothermal leases on lands which are 
determined to be within a KGRA before the issuance of 
a lease on such lands, even though the KGRA determina- 
tion is made after the pertinent application is filed. 

Competitive bidding requirements of first sentence of 
sec. 4 of Geothermal Steam Act of 1970 apply to those 
applications filed during Jan. 1974 filing period, and 
State Office rejections of appellant's Jan. 1974 non- 
competitive lease applications are proper under 43 CFR 
3210.4. 



H .iiE o the r °il_ E us i 

(Har. 6. "19757 



ad Minerals,, Inc.. 19 IBLA 136 



A£T_OF_D£CEHBER_2!i x _1920 — Continued 

Sec. U of the Geothermal Steam Act of 1970 directs com- 
petitive bidding for geothermal leases on lands within 
a known geothermal resource area under regulations for- 
mulated by the Secretary of the Interior. Where the 
Department has promulgated regulations pursuant to this 
section which provides the Secretary's authorized offi- 
cer with the reserved right to reject any and all bids 
submitted for a competitive geothermal lease sale, and 
that reserved right is publicized in the sale notice, 
the Government is not obligated to accept any bid which 
might be considered inadeguate. 

Ge t tx_0il_Co i , 27 IBLA 269 (Oct. 26, 1976) 



*£i_0f _ D EC E H B E R_I5 i _ J97 J- -Continued 



requirements may gather and claim their horses and 
burros. 



George B. Shaf f ner et al. . 26 IBLA 320 (Aug. 30, 1976) 



One who has laid claim, pursuant to the wild Free- 
Roaming Horses and Burros Act, to horses on the public 
lands and who does not remove them within a reasonable 
period, is subject to having the renewal of his grazing 
lease denied. 

Truman_and_Velma_Cross, 29 IBLA « (Feb. 7, 1977) 



Secretary of Interior has authority under Geothermal 
Steam Act, 30 U.S.C. 4* 1002-03 (1976) , and implementing 
regulations, 13 CFR 3220.6(c), to reject bids submitted 
at competitive geothermal lease sales when such bids are 
deemed to be inadequate in dollar amount. 

On appeal from a determination of United States Geo- 
logical Survey under 30 U.S.C. §§ 1002-03 (1976), 
rejecting offeror's competitive geothermal lease bid 
as too low, offeror has the burden of showing that the 
rejection is arbitrary and capricious and that Survey 
has no rational basis for rejection of the bid. 

While the Department has discretion as to whether to 
grant a hearing to an offeror whose high bid is rejected 
for a competitive geothermal lease, a hearing is not in 
the public interest where offeror has not explained a 
procedure in which particular facts could be effectively 
utilized in an alternative formula for computing minimum 
bids. 

H nion_0il_Co. , 38 IBLA 373 (Dec. 29, 1978) 



ACT_OF_DECEHBeR_31 i _1970 

The Mining and Minerals Policy Act of 1970, 30 U.S.C. 
§ 21a (1970) , does not reguire the granting of permis- 
sion for placer mining operations on land within a 
powersite withdrawal where such operations would prob- 
ably interfere with other uses of the land. 

and_Game_Department_JIntervenorl., 40 IBLA 30 (Mar. 15, 
1979) 



ACT_OF_DECEMBER_I5 t _197I 

A district manager's decision denying a grazing permit 
for 10 domestic horses, based on the fact that such a 
denial was required for proper range management and for 
protection of wild horses under the Wild Free-Roaming 
Horses and Burros Act, 85 Stat. 6U9-651, will be over- 
ruled where evidence presented at a hearing shows that 
granting the permit will not interfere with BLM's man- 
agement of the wild horses under the Act. 



ACT_OF_OCTOBEH_20 J 



1976 



Chester_Baker, 26 IBLA 257 (At 



1976) 



Where claimants have filed claims to horses on the pub- 
lic lands under sec. 5 of the Wild Free-Roaming Rorses 
and Burros Act, 16 U.S.C. § 1335 (Supp. IV 197U) , and 
pursuant to the regulations in «3 CFR Subpart "713, and 
failed to recover them within a reasonable period of 
time as provided in gathering authorizations issued by 
the Bureau of Land Management, the Department has no 
authority to nullify their claims of ownership; the 
regulations allow more than one authorization to be 
obtained; claimants in proper circumstances may obtain 
further authorizations; and upon compliance with legal 



Land withdrawn for reclamation purposes in Imperial 
County, Calif., within the California Desert Conserva- 
tion Area and administered by BLM under a memorandum 
of understanding with the Bureau of Reclamation should 
be regarded as "entitlement lands" in the computation 
of payments to be made to the county under the Act of 
Oct. 20, 1976, 31 U.S.C. 5 1602 (1976). 

County , of. Imperial. «0 IBLA 257 (Apr. 16, 1979) 



AqT OF OCTOBER_21,,_19?6 

H.R. Rep. No. 9U-1163, 9Uth Cong., 2d Sess. 1 (1976), 
shows that the purpose of the Act of Oct. 21, 1976 
(the Federal Land Policy and Management Act), which 
repealed the homestead laws, except as to certain 
lands in Alaska, was to repeal obsolete statutes re- 
lating to public lands that were incongruent with to- 
day's national goals. 

Arthur R. Wallace, 30 IBLA 239 (Hay 31, 1977) 



Applications for rights-of-way on public lands pending 
on Oct. 21, 1976, are to be considered as applications 
under the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 
1976, but, to the extent practical, existing regula- 
tions will govern the administration of the public 
lands until new regulations are issued. 



Contin ental T e lepho r 
(May 1, 1978)~ 



of California. 3<* IBLA 37« 



ADDITIONAL-HOMESTEADS 

The land in an additional homestead entry application 
under the Act of Apr. 28, 190«, as amended, «3 U.S.C. 
5 213 (1970), must be contiguous~to the applicant's 
original homestead. Neither that Act nor regulations 
issued thereunder require that tracts of land in such 
an additional entry application be contiguous to each 
other. The requirement of i»3 CFR 2567.1(c) that land 
in a homestead entry application in Alaska must be in 
a contiguous body is maintained by the fact that the 
land in the additional entry must be contiguous to the 
original homestead. 

John C. Brings. 22 IBLA 8 (Sept. «, 1975) 82 I.D. 132 



Afi5IMISTR&IiyE_AUTH0aiTY 
(See_also Delegation of Authority. Federal Employees 
~and~Of f icers. Secretary of the Interior — if 
included in this Index.) 

GENERALLY 

The Bureau of Land Management, in the exercise of its 
discretionary power to issue special land use permits, 
may establish special fee assessments for off-road 
vehicle (ORV) events. 

St§Itis_Racing._Assin, 18 IBLA 359 (Jan. 30, 1975) 



AfiBIMISTR£!IVE_AgTHORiri--Continued 

GENERALLY — Continued 

Reliance upon erroneous or incomplete information 
provided by Bureau of Land Management employees 
cannot create any rights not authorized by law. 

John F. Brown. 22 IBLA 133 (Sept. 26, 1975) 

l! a I3 a r e^t_ Hug h e.y_H ug us , 22 IBLA 116 (Sept. 30, 1975) 

H. R. C. Croley. 32 IBLA 5 (Aug. 2H , 1977) 

Verner_F.._Sorenson, 32 IBLA 3U1 (Oct. 21. 1977) 



The failure by an oil and gas lease assignee to timely 
file the requisite bond as required by an intial State 
Office decision cannot be relied upon by the assignor 
as a basis for protesting a subsequent decision which 
reconsiders and grants a request for assignment approv- 
al, for it is the Department alone which may assert 
such default as a basis for denying a subsequent as- 
signment approval request. 

Joseph, Als tad, 19 IBLA 10U (Bar. «, 1975) 



The issuance of a public airport lease on national 
resource lands lies within the discretion of the Secre- 
tary of the Interior. The Department may require an 
applicant for a public airport lease to accept special 
stipulations in order to protect the environmental 
quality of the land, so long as the stipulations are 
not inconsistent with other reasonable requirements 
of the Bureau of Land Management or Federal Aviation 
Administration. 

A., w. Brothers.. 19 IBLA l<t« (Mar. 7, 1975) 



The Bureau of Land Management may assert, in its dis- 
cretion, failure to timely file assignment instruments 
as a basis for denying approval to an assignment where 
intervening assignees or other adverse interests are 
involved. 



Ja.mes._V... 
(Mar. 18 



21Kane i _F i _Kenneth_Millhollen, 19 IBLA 171 
1975) 



The issuance of a special land-use permit is discre- 
tionary, and the Bureau of Land Management may reject a 
special land-use permit application when the proposed 
use would adversely affect the public interest, and may 
offer, in the alternative, a permit providing for use 
consonant with proper management of national resource 
lands. 



The Recreation and Public Purposes Act, and the regula- 
tions thereunder, do not authorize additional payment 
for the issuance of a supplemental patent (which voids 
an earlier patent's reversionary provision) as an al- 
ternative to forfeiture for noncompliance with the 
Act's provision that land patented under the Act only 
be used for an established or definitely proposed pub- 
lic project within a reasonable time following issuance 
of patent. The Department can alienate interests in 
public lands only within the limits authorized by law; 
therefore, issuance of a supplemental patent which 
eliminates the Act's mandatory reversionary provision 
is impermissible. 

Okanogan County Public Utility__Di 
Washington. 22 IBLA 3U2 (Nov. 1«, 1975) 



Simultaneous oil and gas lease drawing entry cards 
which are not executed correctly will be rejected. 
Where an ambiguity is created by an applicant on a 
drawing entry card, it is not the responsibility of 
BLM to speculate about applicant's intention and nec- 
essarily to resolve the ambiguity in his favor. 

J°se_Eh_A Jl _Bink ler , 2U IBLA 380 (Apr. 29, 1976) 



A stipulation requiring an oil and gas lessee to provide 
a certified statement by an archaeologist concerning the 
existence of archaeological values on lands to be dis- 
turbed by the lessee does not constitute an unlawful 
delegation of authority because the purpose of the 
statement is to notify an authorized officer of the De- 
partment who retains the authority to determine whether 
the archaeological data are significant and whether such 
data are being or may be irrevocably lost or destroyed. 

Cecil A._Wa_.ker___lan_C__F__Dille_, 26 IBLA 71 (July 9, 
197 67 



Jer___Te__l_n__Leonar___rac_e_t, 20 IBLA 3C 
1975) 



(May 30, 



The issuance of a public airport lease on the public 
domain lies within the discretion of the Secretary of 
the Interior. A decision rejecting an airport lease 
application in the exercise of that discretion will be 
affirmed when, even though the Board differs in its 
opinion of the importance of some of the factors re- 
cited as grounds for the rejection, the record shows 
the decision to be a reasoned analysis of the factors 
involved, and no sufficient basis to disturb the deci- 
sion is shown. 



Bo_l^er_CU___ero_C^_____nc. 
1975) 



21 IBLA 3U3 (Aug. 18, 



The issuance of sodium prospecting permits is discre- 
tionary with the Secretary of the Interior, and the 
Secretary may refuse to issue permits for lands with- 
drawn for wildlife purposes if the use of the lands 
for mineral prospecting and development activities 
would adversely affect the wildlife habitat. 

Where the regulations and Departmental and BLM Manuals 
do not specifically state how disputes between the Fish 
and Wildlife Service and the Bureau of Land Management 
over issuing sodium prospecting permits for lands with- 
in wildlife refuge areas are to be resolved, but the 
Departmental manuals indicate that such decisions are 
to be made by the Secretary and the BLM Manual directs 
that such applications be forwarded to the Washington 
Office, a decision of a State Office rejecting an ap- 
plication for a sodium prospecting permit will be set 
aside and the case remanded for processing in accord- 
ance with the Departmental and BLM Manuals. 

Vernal E. Bess et al.. 27 IBLA U (Sept. 17, 1976) 



ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITY — Continued 

GENERALLY—Continued 

The Bureau of Land Management may issue a sodium pros- 
pecting permit for lands adjacent to areas withdrawn 
for wildlife conservation purposes subject to a stipu- 
lation which provides that, in the event of discovery 
of an exploitable sodium deposit, no preference right 
lease will be issued unless hydrologic and other envi- 
ronmental analyses indicate that sodium ore can be 
removed without a significant adverse environmental 
impact on the widlife habitat within the withdrawn 
areas. 

David E. Hughes, 27 IBLA 46 (Sept. 23, 1976) 



The Secretary of the Interior has the authority to 
determine the validity of mining claims upon adequate 
notice and opportunity for hearing. 

United States v. Mine Development Corp. et al.. 
27 IBLA 238 (Oct. 18, 1976) 



ADMINISTRATIVE ADTHORITY— Continued 

GENERALLY — Continued 

The Bureau of Land Management, in exercise of its 
authority to regulate the acquisition of rights in the 
public lands, may contest any unpatented mining claim 
located on public land under its jurisdiction to deter- 
mine, among other things, if the claimant has discov- 
ered on his mining claim a valuable mineral deposit as 
required by 30 O.S.C. * 22 (1970). 



United_States v, 
"(June 15, 1977) 



Gw endolyn HcClur 



, 31 IBLA 



Ontil such time as the Department promulgates regula- 
tions, policy guidelines or criteria implementing sec. 
302 of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 
1976, the Bureau of Land Management may properly defer 
action on the proposed creation of an estate in Federal 
land thereunder. 

Treva L. Berg er. 31 IBLA 389 (Aug. 19, 1977) 



A decision by the Bureau of Land Management rejecting 
a logging road right-of-way application as not in the 
public interest will be affirmed in the absence of suf- 
ficient reasons to the contrary. 

S un_S t uds^_ Inc.. , 27 IBLA 278 (Oct. 26, 1976) 



A grazing permittee under sec. 3 of the Taylor Grazing 
Act does not have an absolute right to a permit renewal 
even though denial thereof will impair the value of his 
grazing unit which is pledged as security for a bona 
fide loan. The Department may refuse to renew such a 
permit when the public interest requires that the sub- 
ject land be preserved from unnecessary injury, ex- 
changed, disposed of, or reclassified for alternate 
public use. Similarly, if the Department may deny re- 
newal outright under the above circumstances, the De- 
partment may renew such a permit for a lesser term than 
previously allowed pending completion of a Management 
Framework Plan and an Allotment Management Plan which 
are oriented not only to livestock grazing, but also to 
multiple use management which includes such concerns as 
land and water conservation, environmental protection, 
and other resource management objectives which can be 
achieved by reclassification of national resource lands 
and manipulation of grazing activity. 



iil £_£§. nch x _I nc.. , 27 IBLA 3U0 (Nov. «, 1976) 



83 I.D. 5«2 



Pursuant to the Property Clause of the O.S. Const, art. 
IV, « 3, cl. 2, Congress has enacted the Taylor Grazing 
Act, 13 O.S.C. « 315 et se_g. (1970), and other statutory 
authority which empower the Secretary of the Interior to 
define what conduct constitutes a grazing trespass and 
to determine whether or not an individual has committed 
a trespass. 

Under the Supremacy Clause, O.S. Const., art. VI, cl. 2, 
Federal laws, including Federal grazing regulations, 
override conflicting State laws with respect to public 
lands. 

Bureau of Lan d Management v. floss Babcoc k. 32 IEIA 171) 
(Sept. 15, 1977) 8U I.t. U75 



The Secretary of the Interior has the authority to 
determine the validity of mining claims on any putlic 
lands of the United States, including lands within the 
National Forest System, after adequate notice and oppor- 
tunity fcr hearing. A mining claim contest initiated 
under the authority of the Secretary of the Interior 
may be prosecuted by counsel employed by the Department 
of Agriculture acting on behalf of the Forest Service 
where such action is in accordance with a Memorandum 
of Understanding between the agencies. 

United_States v. Ernest F. Piven and Richard J. T. 
?ndejsgnT 32~IBLA 361 (Oct. 25, 1977) 



The Department of the Interior does not have the 
authority to modify a statute ratifying an agreement 
with an Indian tribe on the grounds of fraud or coer- 
cion in the execution of the agreement. 

Title to Certain Land_Hithin_the - Bg undari gs_of the_Font 
Yuma Indian Reservation as Established by the Execu tiv e 
Ordir~of Jan. 9, 188uT M-36886 - (Jan. 18, 1977) 

8« I.D. 1 



Reliance upon erroneous advice by Bureau of Land Manage- 
ment employees cannot estop the United States or confer 
upon an applicant any rights not authorized by law. 
U3 CFR 1810.3(c). where it is not established that 
the asserted advice was erroneous, estoppel does not 
operate. 



Reliance upcn erroneous and incomplete information 
provided by Federal employees cannot create any rights 
not authorized by law. 

Hark H. Bcone and John L. Dutra . 33 IELA 32 (Nov. 25, 
1977) 



It is a proper exercise of discreticn under the Federal 
Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 for the Bureau 
of Land Management to refuse to process and to reject 
applications for public sale pending on the date of the 
Act, even though it will continue to process bids and 
preference right applications for a sale held pricr to 
the Act. 

United Park City Mines Co .. 33 IBLA 358 (Jan. 16, 1976) 



United Sta tes, y. Ronald 
(Mar. 31, 1977)"" 



Tippetts. 29 IBLA 3U8 



*DftIIISlRATIVE_AUTHOaiTI — Continued 

GENERALLY — Continued 

Reliance upon erroneous advice by Bureau of Land 
Management enployees cannot confer upon an oil and 
gas lease applicant any rights not authorized by law. 

Charles H. Brady, 33 IBLA 375 (Jan. 25. 1978) 



*PJI BIST RATI VJ_JMJTHOj)ITY — Continued 
GENERALLY — Continued 



accordance with a Hemorandum of Understanding tetweei 
the agencies. 



United States v. Andrew L. Freese II. 37 IELA 7 
"(Sept. 6, 1978J 



The President had nonstatutory authority to withdraw 
public land in addition to authority conferred upon 
hia by Pickett Act, as amended, 43 O.S.C. i* 141, 142 
(1970). Such nonstatutory authority was not limited 
by terms of 43 O.S.C. * 142 (1970) providing that with- 
drawn lands shall remain open to location for metallif- 
erous minerals. 

Because of the President's delegation of bis nonstatu- 
tory withdrawal authority to the Secretary of the 
Interior by E.O. 10355, the Secretary was endowed with 
sufficient authority to withdraw lands in issue without 
reliance upon sees. 17(d)(1) and 17(d)(2) of Alaska 
Native Claims Settlement Act. Thus, distinctions be- 
tween those two sections are not herein dispositive of 
question of Secretary's authority to withdraw lands in 
PLO 5250. 

Harry H. Hilson. 35 IBLA 349 (June 19. 1978) 



A consent decree obtained by the Securities and Ex- 
change Commission establishes no precedent for cases 
involving different parties. Allegations of Federal 
securities law violations in connection with Federal 
oil and gas leasing should be directed to the Securi- 
ties and Exchange Commission, the agency with juris- 
diction over such matters. The jurisdiction of the 
Board of Land Appeals does not extend to matters exclu- 
sively under the jurisdiction of the SEC, but goes to 
matters involving compliance with oil and gas leasing 
statutes and regulations. 

Harion Bacil. 35 IBLA 366 (June 23, 1978) 



Where, in a quasi- judicial Departmental proceeding, an 
individual entered an appearance as attorney for a 
party to the action, and it was subsequently revealed 
that he was not qualified to practice before the De- 
partment under any of the provisions of 43 CFR 1.3, the 
presiding administrative law judge properly refused to 
continue to recognize his appearance or to permit him 
to continue to conduct the case in a representative 
capacity. 



united_§taies. 
1978) 



v. John Gayanich. 36 IBLA 111 (July 14, 



Established and longstanding Departmental policy relat- 
ing to the administration of the simultaneous oil and 
gas leasing system, premised upon regulatory interpre- 
tation, is binding on all employees of the Bureau cf 
Land Management, until such time as it is properly 
changed. 

Hilt cn D. Fe inberq. Benson J. Lamp. 37 IBLA 39 

(Sept. 18, 1978) 85 I.E. 380 

Hilton C. Fe i n b e zs x _ Benson J. Lajt£ (C n_ Recc n s i d e r a tion) , 

40 IBLA 222 (Apr. 11, 1979) ~86~T7t. 234 



Erroneous or incomplete advice by Bureau of Land Man- 
agement employees cannot operate to vitiate an Act cf 
Congress, particularly where the governing statute and 
regulations en the issue are free from ambiguity. 

Public. Se E yice_Co a _of_ Oklahoma . 38 IBLA 193 (Dec. 6. 
1978) 



Department cf the Interior, as agency of executive 
branch of Government, is not proper forum to decide 
whether or net statute enacted by Congress is 
constitutional. 

Al_Sherman, 38 IBLA 300 (Dec. 14, 1978) 



Reliance upen erroneous notations to a BLH serial reg- 
ister page or incomplete information provided by BLH 
employees cannot create any rights not authorized by 
law. 

Alver C. Dunc an. 39 IBLA 144 (Jan. 29, 1979) 



Onder the Supremacy Clause, U.S. Const., art. VI, el. 2, 
Federal laws, including Federal grazing regulations, 
override conflicting State laws with respect to public 
lands. 

C olvin Cattle Co.. Inc.. 39 IBLA 176 (Jan. 30, 1979) 



A consent decree obtained by the Securities and Ex- 
change commission (SEC) establishes no precedent for 
cases involving other parties. The Board of Land Ap- 
peals lacks jurisdiction over matters delegated to the 
SBC. Allegations of Federal Securities Law violations 
should be directed to the SEC rather than to the Board 
of Land Appeals. 

Sillia «_flii IS r , 36 IBLA 349 (Aug. 28, 1978) 



The Secretary of the Interior has the authority tc de- 
termine the validity of mining claims on any public 
lands of the United States after adeguate notice and 
opportunity for a hearing. A mining claim contest may 
be initiated under the authority of the Secretary of 
the Interior by the Bureau of Land nanagement at the 
behest of the Forest Service and prosecuted by counsel 
employed by the Department of Agriculture, with Forest 
Service employees as witnesses, where such action is in 



where the Secretary has declined tc exercise his juris- 
diction, a decision rendered by this Board is final fcr 
the Department. Hence, statements by BLH and arguments 
of the Solicitor, while valuable to the Board, are net 
binding upon the Board. 



§»-?» .Pglascc. !"<;., et al.. 39 IBLA 194 (Fel 



197S) 



Subsequent tc the passage of the Federal Land Policy and 
Banagement Act of 1976 (FLPHA), the Department lacked 
the authority to accept donations of land under the Act 
of July 14, 1960, which had been expressly repealed by 
FLPHA. Inasmuch as the actions of the Secretary under 
the Act of July 14, 1960, were not ministerial, the dec- 
trine of relation cannot be used to validate, on a nunc 
EI2 tunc basis, an acceptance of a denation under the 
authority of the Act cf July 14, 1960, occurring after 
the repeal of that Act by Congress. 



Junicr L. Dennis. 40 IBLA 12 (Har. 



1979) 



A£15INISTRATIVE_ AUTHORITY — Continued 
GENERALLY — Continued 



ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITY — Continued 

ENFORCEMENT OF CRIMINAL VIOLATIONS — Continued 



Reliance upon erroneous information given by BLM employ- 
ees cannot confer upon an oil and gas lease applicant 
any rights not authorized by law. 

Elizabeth_Pa_ed_s _On_Reconsider_t ion_, 00 IELA 21 
TSIrT 9, 1979f 



Reliance on incomplete information supplied by Bureai 
of Land Management employees cannot estop the United 
States or excuse compliance with a regulation. 

Z£e__S_._G__l__d ucci , 11 IELA 277 (June 28, 1979) 



Where an Agency lays down its own procedures and regu 
lations, those procedures and regulations cannot te 
ignored, even by the Agency itself. 

Estate_of_E_or_ Dennis Juneau, 7 IBIA 164 (June 29, 
197 9) 



A decision by the Bureau of Land Management canceling 
fee simple patents issued to Indians and simultaneously 
issuing new Indian trust patents is not subject to re- 
view by the Board of Land Appeals, which has no juris- 
diction in the matter, where the decision was made at 
the direction of the Assistant Secretary for Indian 
Affairs. 



and where it appears to the Board that the administra- 
tive reccrd cf a case contains strong evidence cf mul- 
tiple violations of 18 U.S.C. § 1001 (1976), the Ecard 
will refer the matter with its recommendation that an 
investigation be initiated to determine whether crimi- 
nal charges should be brought. 

Lee S. Bielski. 39 IBLA 211 (Feb. 8, 1979) 86 I.C. 80 



ESTCPPEL 

Generally, the Government is not estopped from demand- 
ing oil and gas lease royalty payments it is owed, even 
if its employees may have made prior mistakes in ac- 
cepting cr computing the royalty. 

Gulf Oil Cere, et al. . 21 IBLA 1 (June 16, 1975) 



Reliance upen erroneous or incomplete information 
provided by Bureau of Land Management employees 
cannot create any rights not authorized by law. 

John F. Brown. 22 IBLA 133 (Sept. 26, 1975) 

nar_ar_t__u_ he____3__ , 22 IBLA 1«6 (Sept. 30, 1975) 

vern e r F. Scr enson. 32 IBLA 3«1 (Oct. 21, 1977) 



B 1 u e Star. Inc., Atomic Western. Inc.. Fr emont, Energy 

CorD_5.I_Ivor_Ada.ir, HI IBLA 333 (July 11, 1979) 



The Taylor Grazing Act, «3 U.S.C. §4 315a-315r (1970), 
and other statutory authority empower the Secretary of 
the Interior to define what conduct constitutes a grazing 
trespass and whether or not an individual has committed 
a trespass. 



Bur ea__of _________________ 

(July 31, 1979) 



rris Broth ers. 12 IBLA U£ 



Department of the Interior, as agency of executive 
branch of Government, is not proper forum to decide 
whether or not as to mining claims the recordation 
provisions of the Federal Land Policy and Management 
Act of 1976 are constitutional. 



Charlie Carnal, 
«3 IBLA 10~7sept. 



ind E dwa rd Borzanskv , 



The Secretary of the Interior has the authority tc 
determine the validity of mining claims on any public 
lands of the United States after adeguate notice and 
opportunity for a hearing. A mining claim contest may 
be initiated under the authority of the Secretary of 
the Interior by the Bureau of Land Management at the 
behest of the U.S. Forest Service and prosecuted by 
counsel employed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 
with U.S. Forest Service employees as witnesses. 

United St_tes_v_ Jon Zimaers and Claire Kelly. t»u IBLA 
lit2~Nov. 307 1979) 



ENFORCEMENT OF CRIMINAL VIOLATIONS 

The Board of Land Appeals, in its adjudication of ap- 
peals to determine rights of parties to receive or 
preserve interests in Federal lands, has a concomitant 
obligation to preserve the integrity of the process. 



The Department of the Interior is not estopped from 
denying the legality of a payment in lieu of forfeiture 
provision inserted in a Recreation and Public Purposes 
Act patent when such denial works no serious injustice 
against the patentee and implementation of the provi- 
sion would harm the public interest by divesting the 
Government of all jurisdiction over the patented land, 
thus, precluding enforcement of the Recreation and Eub- 
lic Purposes Act requirement that lands patented under 
the Act te devoted tc a definitely proposed project for 
the benefit cf the public. 

Okanogan County Public Utility. District No. 1, 
Washington. 22 IBLA 3«2 (Nov. 1<I, 1975) 



A Native allotment applicant is charged with notice of 
the official land records of the Bureau of land Manage- 
ment. No estoppel will result from a delay in the 
rejection of a Native allotment where the basis of the 
decision is that the land was segregated by a State se- 
lection application prior to commencement of occupancy, 
the delay was not unreasonable, the State selection was 
a matter of public record, and no misrepresentations 
were made to the applicant. 

fiosel_n_Is__c , 23 IBLA 12U (Dec. 23, 1975) 



The doctrine of collateral estoppel will not bar the 
administrative contest of the validity of five mining 
claims which, together with another claim, were the 
subject of previous condemnation actions for the tak- 
ing cf a temporary exclusive easement over the claims, 
where the issue of the validity of the individual 
claims was not actually litigated and it was wholly 
unnecessary for the court to adjudicate that issue in 
rendering its judgment. 

Eguitable estoppel will net operate to bar a mining 
claim contest or alter its result where it was not 
shown that some officer of the Government, who was 
authorized tc declare the claims valid, falsely mis- 
represented to, or concealed material facts from the 
claimant concerning the validity of the claim with the 
intention that the claimant should act in reliance 



»S!iI8ISTB»IIII_i02flOBITI — Continued 
ESTOPPEL — Continued 



thereon, with the result that the claimant was thereby 
induced to do so, to his ultimate daaage. 



qui-** a st 

1976) 



L. J ohns on. 23 IBLA 3«9 (Jan. 21, 



Prior recognition of grazing privileges based on 
licensee's erroneous statement of ownership of base 
property does not estop the Department froa canceling 
the privileges when it becoaes aware of the facts. 

IBLA 160 (Aug. U, 1976) 



The fact that assessaent work has been perforaed on a 
aining claia does not estop the Governaent froa deter- 
mining the validity of a claia by proper proceedings 
giving adequate notice and an opportunity for a hearing 
where there are disputed determinative facts. However, 
where the claia was located after land has been with- 
drawn froa aining, it is proper for the Bureau of Land 
Hanageaent to declare a claia null and vcid ab initio 
without a hearing. 

Boy B._Cuaa ips . 26 IBLA 223 (Aug. 17, 1976) 



Where an applicant for grazing privileges does not show 
the type of aisconduct which would be a basis for es- 
toppel against the Governaent, the provisions of «3 CPR 
H115.2-1 (e) (9) (i) and (e) (13) (i) cannot be waived on 
the basis of such aisconduct. 

*a- Dx-1 1 °ilai_l *££gll a Ji tl^V SE li 1 1 ion C 1 j. f f _ C a 1 1 1 e 
COj (In terven or) . 29 IBLA 262 (Har. 25, 1977) 



Reliance upon erroneous advice by Bureau of Land Hanage- 
aent eaployees cannot estcp the United States or confer 
upon an applicant any rights not authorized by law. 
U3 CPB 1610.3(c). Hhere it is not established that 
the asserted advice was erroneous, estoppel does not 
operate. 

BDUg3_ States v. Ronald B. Ti ppett s. 29 IELA 3U8 
(Har. 31, 1977) 



The fact that a aining claiaant has held a claia for 
aany years and perforaed work on the claia does not, 
by itself, create any rights against the Governaent 
which will estop the Governaent froa deteraining the 
validity of the claia. It is incuabent upon the lo- 
cator of a aining claia to exercise considerable care 
in ascertaining the status of the land eabraced in the 
claia and the liaitations of his rights as the holder 
of an unpatented aining claia. Failure of a Governaent 
eaployee to advise appellant that the land eabraced in 
the aining claia was closed to aining location cannot 
give life to an invalid claia. 

Arthur H. Boone. 32 IBLA 305 (Sept. 30, 1977) 



Reliance upon erroneous and incoaplete inforaaticn 
provided by Federal eaployees cannot create any rights 
not authorized by law. 



AaiJs-JL... 

1977) 



joone and John L, Dutra. 33 IBLA 32 (Hov. 25, 



ACHIHISTHAT.IVE A0THQRITY-- Con tinued 

ESTOPPBL — Continued 

The failure of a noncoapetitive oil and gas lease 
offeror to coaplete the date on the siaultaneous oil 
and gas drawing entry card is not excused, and the De- 
partment is not estopped to reject such an offer, by 
his reliance on the Departaent's prior erroneous issu- 
ance of a lease in acceptance of an offer which was 
deficient for the saae reason. 

Tina A. Regan. 33 IBLA 213 (Dec. 21, 1977) 



The failure of a aining claiaant to file the notice of 
recordation required by sec. 31U (t) of the Federal Lam 
Policy and Hanageaent Act of Oct. 21, 1976, «3 O.S.C. 
t 17«<l(b) (west Supp. 1977), cannot be excused en the 
basis of equitable estoppel where no discussion cover- 
ing the 90-day requireaent was had between the Cepart- 
aent and appellant's representatives. 

Mil bwest C ^tj,zen s for Wi lderness Hining Co.. Inc. , 
33 IBLA 317 (Jan. 16, 1978) 



The Governaent is not estepped from collecting royalty 
payaents which are owed, even if it has accepted 
improper payaents in the past. 



.Co.*. 31 IBLA 285 (Apr. 17, 



1978) 
85 



Reliance upen erroneous advice or incoaplete inforaatior 
provided by ELH eaployees cannot relieve the owner cf a 
aining claia of an obligation imposed on hia by statute 
or relieve hia of the consequences iaposed by a statute 
for his failure to coiply with its reguireaents. 

Paul S. Coupey. 35 IBLA 112 (Hay 15, 1978) 

Clait B. Caldwell et al.. «2 IBLA 139 (Aug. 16. 1979) 



where a aining claiaant alleges that forest rangers 
allowed hia to build and occupy a cabin on the claia 
without inforting hia that it was illegal to do so, it 
is not appropriate to estop the Governaent froa declar- 
ing the claia null and void, for several reasons: aere 
acquiescence in an action is not "affiraative aiscon- 
duct" by a Governaent eaployee, as it was not false 
representation or concealment of material facts dene 
with the intent that the claiaant rely thereon; the ia- 
pression created by the inaction of the forest rangers 
was not errcnecus and, so, claiaant was not aisled, as 
he could rightfully aove the cabin to the site and oc- 
cupy it as leng as so doing was incident to aineral 
developaent cf a valid aining claia; and because the 
claiaant should have known that he could not live on 
the premises indefinitely despite his failure tc devel- 
op the claia, and that he would have to aove the cabin 
or lese it, if the claia was declared null and void. 

The Governaent is net barred froa declaring a aining 
claia null and void by the doctrine of laches. 

Onit ed States v. Jose ph Larsen and Ferris Larsen, 
36 IBLA 130 (July 25, 1978) 



Even though the Bureau of Land Hanageaent from Jan. 26, 
1972, to Aug. 19, 1977, considered preference right 
coal lease applicaticns in a pending status, it is not 
estopped to reject such applications as having been 
filed late because it has not been demonstrated that 
appellant relied on the Bureau's representations to 
appellant's detriaent. 

2fe£Iial_IneEqi_COi_et_al i , 36 IBLA 33U (Aug. 28, 1978) 



ADHINISTBATIVE AUTHORITY — Continued 

ESTOPPEL — Continued 

(there national forest land is open to mineral location, 
the failure of a district forest ranger tc ctject to 
the location or development of mining clains for a num- 
ber of years, or to request that a contest of the va- 
lidity of the claims be initiated, does not estop the 
United States from bringing a contest, nor is the con- 
test barred by laches. 



United States v. Verdugo S Biller,. Inc. 
(Oct. 20, 1978) 



37 IBLA 277 



Reliance upon erroneous or incomplete information pro- 
vided by Government employees cannot create any rights 
not authorized by law. 13 CFB 1810.3(c). 

l2»_Brown, 37 IELA 381 (Hov. 6, 1978) 



A DHI H ISTRATIV B AUTHORITY-- Continued 

ESTOPPEL — Continued 

of ELfl cannct operate to vest any right not authorized 
by lav. 

porothv Smith. Keith C. Hayes . 44 IELA 25 (Hov. 6, 
1979) 



LACBES 

Where unpatented mining claims were located some 50 
years before the claimant filed application for patent, 
during which time they went unchallenged by the Govern- 
ment, the Onited States is not barred from contesting 
the validity of the claims by invocation of the egui- 
table defense of laches. 

Erattain.Ccntractors, Inc.. 37 IBLA 233 (Oct. 18, 1978) 



Reliance upon erroneous notations to a BLB serial reg- 
ister page or incomplete information provided by BLH 
employees cannot create any rights not authorized by 
law. 

Alver C. Duncan. 39 IBLA 144 (Jan. 29, 1979) 



Equitable estoppel against the Government will not lie 
where there has been no affirmative misconduct by an 
authorized agent or officer resulting in a misrepresen- 
tation of fact upon which a party was led to rely to 
his ultimate detriment. 

Dorothy Smith. 39 IBLA 306 (Feb. 23. 1979) 



Reliance on incomplete information supplied by Bureau 
of Land Management employees cannot estop the Onited 
States or excuse compliance with a regulation. 

Fred S. Ghelarducci. i»l IELA 277 (June 28, 1979) 



Inaction or unauthorized acts by an employee of the 
Bureau of Indian Affairs cannot serve as the basis 
for conferring rights not authorized by law. flore- 
over, neither the Secretary of the Interior nor the 
Department is bound or estopped by such inaction or 
unauthorized acts. 



Estate of Emory Dennis Juneau , 
1979) 



7 IBIA 164 (June 29, 



A delay in adjudication of an application by the Depart- 
ment cannot create rights contrary to law. 

i»2 IBLA 200 (Aug. 22, 1979) 



Where national forest land is open to mineral location, 
the failure of a district forest ranger tc object tc 
the location or development of mining claims for a num- 
ber of years, or to request that a contest of the va- 
lidity of the claims be initiated, does not estop the 
United States from bringing a contest, nor is the con- 
test barred by laches. 



UDiSed_S_taies_v J 
(Oct. 20, 1978) 



JnCi, 37 IBLA 277 



The authority of the Onited States to enforce a public 
right or protect a public interest is not vitiated or 
lost by acguiescences of its officers or agents, or by 
their laches, neglect of duty, failure to act, or de- 
lays in the performance of their duties. 

Onited. States_y t _Haurice L. Wilson. 38 IBLA 305 
(Dec. 14, 1978) 



Onited States is not subject to a defense of laches in 
an action to enforce a public right. Thus, where ELB 
took approximately 2 years to declare reversion to 
Onited States of title to land patented with reversion- 
ary clause under Recreation and Public Purposes Act, 
appellants may find no relief in equitable doctrine of 
laches. 

Roberta. Thompson and Richard Lee Burnham. 38 IELA 333 
(Dec. 20, 1978) 



A delay in adjudication of an application by the Depart- 
ment cannot create rights contrary to law. 

Hew England Fish Co.. 42 IBLA 200 (Aug. 22, 1979) 



Estoppel of the Government is an extraordinary remedy, 
especially as it relates to public lands, and is to be 
applied with the greatest care and circumspection. 

The elements of an estoppel are the following: (1) The 
party to be estopped must know the facts; (2) he must 
intend that his conduct shall be acted on or must so 
act that the party asserting the estoppel has a right 
to believe it is so intended; (3) the latter must be 
ignorant of the true facts; and (4) he must rely on the 
former's conduct to his injury. 

Estoppel is not available against the Government when 
the Government agent making representations acts beyond 
the scope of his authority. Furthermore, reliance upen 
information or the opinion of any officer or employee 



ADBIHISTBATIVE PRACTICE 

Where a desert land applicant, whose application is 
prior in time, appeals from a decision of the Eureau of 
Land flanagement, dismissing his protest against afford- 
ing priority to a later-filed desert land application 
on the tasis that the earlier-filed application was in- 
complete, the cases are properly remanded to the Eureau 
of Land flanagement for action en the respective appli- 
cations, so as to avoid piecemeal adjudication. 

19 IELA 208 



A£ MINI STRA2I* E_PRACTICE— Continued 

Where the record does not clearly show whether either 
or both of two grazing lease applicants are preference- 
right applicants and does not reflect consideration of 
all of the factors mandated by «3 CFR «121.2-l(d) (2) 
for evaluating conflicting grazing lease applications, 
a decision awarding the lease to one of the parties 
will be set aside and the case remanded fcr further 
consideration. 

Elmer M. Johnson, 20 IBLA 111 (Apr. 25, 1975) 



When a coal lease applicant asserts, en appeal, facts 
which may show it to be entitled to favorable consid- 
eration of its lease application under the short-term 
need criteria promulgated by the Department, the deci- 
sion rejecting the lease application will be set aside 
and the case remanded for further consideration. 

Idaho Po we r Co.. 20 IBLA 125 (Apr. 28, 1975) 



ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICE— Continued 

An applicant for land under the Small Tract Act cannot 
acguire any right in the land by virtue of administra- 
tive delay in reappraising the land prior to issuance 
of patent. The mere filing of a small tract applica- 
tion does net create in the applicant any right or 
interest in the land. 



George C. Jackson , 



IBLA 253 (nay 16, 1975) 



Where the Bureau of Land Management changes an adminis- 
trative practice to thereafter refuse to accept unoffi- 
cial copies cf the simultaneous cil and gas lease entry 
card, by an order dated War. 26, 1975, the new practice 
will he given prospective application only and will not 
be applied retroactively to simultaneous entry cards 
filed during the Feb. 1975 simultanecus filing period. 

V i _J._J1alloi, 20 IBLA 327 (June 6, 1975) 



A regulatory change in the definition of the phrase 
"primary term" of an oil and gas lease is not an order 
or consent of the Secretary of the Interior to suspend 
operations under an oil and gas lease. 

Inexco Oil Co.. 20 IBLA 13H (Hay 5, 1975) 



A regulation pertaining to grazing permits under the 
Reindeer Grazing Act of 1937 allows settlement rights 
to be initiated while a permit issued under that Act is 
in existence. The policy manifest in that regulation 
may be followed, in the exercise of the Secretary's 
discretion, to permit consideration of a Native allot- 
ment applicant's occupancy of land after the 1937 Act, 
even though the land was covered by a reindeer grazing 
lease issued prior to that time under the Act of 
Mar. <», 1927, and the regulation was promulgated after 
intiation of the occupancy. 



£risteen_J s ._Burke JL _Joe_!i J! .. 
20 IBLA 162 (May 5, 1975) 



lelovedoff, Victor Helovedoff , 



A Bureau of Land Management State Office may reconsider 

one of its decisions prior to the filing cf an appeal 

in the case, but the filing of an appeal terminates 
that authority. 

A person who drafts and submits an agreement to this 
Department must bear the burden of any ambiguity in 
the document if the Department's interpretation is 



ble. 

An original letter is not needed to withdraw a lease 
offer. The requirements are that the withdrawal is 
properly filed and the person making the withdrawal 
is properly identified. 

A person signing an assumed name is responsible just a: 
if he signed his own name. 



John_J i Sexton iOn_Reconsideratic 
(Hay 77~197 5r 



20 IBLA 187 



A request for equitable adjudication relief to permit 
purchase of a headquarters site claim is premature in 
the absence of an application to purchase the claim. 

The equitable adjudication authority is not appropri- 
ate and may not be applied to peDmit the filing of a 
headquarters site notice of location after the land 
has been withdrawn. 

Bene_P i _La moure u x , 20 IBLA 213 (Hay 16, 1975) 



Equitable adjudication authority is net appropriate and 
nay not be applied to permit filing of a homesite no- 
tice of location after the land has been withdrawn. 

Knute P. Lind. 21 IBLA 81 (June 27, 1975) 



Where a desert land applicant appeals from a decision 
of the Bureau of Land Management holding his applica- 
tion incomplete and, therefore, without priority cf 
filing as against subsequent applications, which were 
allegedly perfected before the earlier application was 
corrected and refiled, the case will be remanded fcr 
final action on the respective applications so as to 
avoid premature, piecemeal adjudication. 

M ichae l E . Be aney. 21 IBLA 339 (Aug. 18, 1975) 

Nelda_E A _ncAndrew, 2« IBLA 205 (Mar. 22, 1976) 



Ontil a final authoritative judicial determination is 
made of the title to geothermal resources in lands pat- 
ented with a reservation of all minerals to the united 
States, a gecthermal lease application which omits such 
patented lands from a secticn will not be considered in 
compliance with «3 CFR 3210.2-1 (c) reguiring all avail- 
able lands in a section to be described in the lease 
application. However, the applicaticn may be suspended 
as tc that section, rather than rejected, until the ti- 
tle question is resolved. 



Ineiai-Partners, 
1975) 



.Ed ward_Bi_l2 wne , 21 IBLA 352 (Aug. 25, 



An applicant for an acquired lands oil and gas lease 
may properly be reguired to furnish the Bureau cf land 
Management with certain title information in the county 
recorder's offices as a precondition to lease issuance 
if the Bureau has insufficient title information. 

A Bureau of Land Management Office has no jurisdiction 
to take further action on an oil and gas lease applica- 
tion where there has been an appeal to the Board of 
Land Appeals on that application. 

Jean_Oakason , 22 IBLA 33 (Sept. 10, 1975) 



The Secretarial guideline of Oct. 18, 1973, that a Na- 
tive allotment application should be rejected when the 
applicant fails to show 5 years of use and occupancy 
prior to a withdrawal of the land: (a) is not subject 
to the rulemaking provisions of the Administrative Pro- 
cedure Act, 5 O.S.C. t 553 (1970); and (b) is a proper 
exercise of the discretion vested in the Secretary by 
the Alaska Native Allotment Act, 13 O.S.C. «« 270-1 to 



ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICE— Continued 



270-3 (1970). the application of which does not violate 
any right of the allotment applicant. 



Herman_JoseEh_JCn_Beconsiderationl, 22 IBLA 266 
(Oct. 30, 1975) 



ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICE— Continued 



had issued, and the case will be remanded for further 
proceedings. 



Rodnei_Rclfe am 
"(June 30"l976j' 



>nald_ J.j._Bol f e , 25 IBLA 331 



13 I.E. 269 



An applicant for an acquired lands oil and gas lease 
may properly be required to furnish the Bureau of Land 
Management with reasonable title information in the 
county recorder's offices as a precondition to lease 
issuance. 

J ean_0 a Jta so n , 22 IBLA 311 (Nov. 10, 1975) 



Where the record of a Native allotment application at 
the time of adjudication shows that rejection would 
be proper, appellant will not be allowed on appeal to 
submit data which might warrant a different result, 
absent a clear and convincing showing explaining why 
the information was not afforded to the Eureau of 
Land Management when appellant was called upon for 
such data. 

Da vid_E.._St evens, 23 IBLA 221 (Jan. 8, 1976) 



Where a Native allotment application is properly 
rejected and on appeal the applicant first submits 
assertions which, if proved, might qualify her, but 
fails to make a showing explaining why the data was 
not timely filed, the rejection of the application 
will stand. 

Marion Stevens. 23 IBLA 280 (Jan. 12, 1976) 



Although a respondent in a grazing license trespass 
hearing brought by the Bureau of Land Management has 
the right to be represented and aided by legal counsel, 
the Department has no duty or responsibility under the 
Constitution or the Administrative Procedure Act to 
provide such counsel for bin. 



The right tc a hearing on disputed issues of fact 
involving mining claims includes the right to adeguate 
notice of the grounds upon which a claim's invalidity 
is asserted. 

A Government contest complaint which asserts the inva- 
lidity of a claim because of insufficient quantity and 
quality cf the located mineral within the limits of the 
claim does net put into issue the existence of excess 
reserves within the limits of a claim. 

Where the alleged ground of invalidity of a claim was 
not charged in the complaint, and was not a matter of 
contenticn at the hearing, invalidation of the claim en 
such ground is improper, despite some evidence tc sup- 
port it, absent an opportunity for the ccntestee to 
present evidence on such issue where it appears that 
there is other pertinent evidence that may be submitted 
en that issue. 

Where on appeal from a decision sustaining the Govern- 
ment's challenge cf a patent application it is deter- 
mined that the alleged ground of invalidity was one not 
raised in the complaint or at the hearing, the decisicn 
rejecting the patent application will be set aside and 
the Government will be afforded an opportunity to amend 
its complaint to embrace the charge. Where the Govern- 
ment does amend its complaint the mineral claimant will 
be granted the right to an evidentiary hearing en such 



United States v. Robert B. 
(July 7, 1976) 



:El«ail!e, 26 TELA 2C 



Eld 



. Brinkerhoff , 2H IBLA 32U (Apr. 21, 



1976) 

83 1.1 



Frier recognition of grazing privileges based on 
licensee's erroneous statement cf ownership of base 
property does not estop the Department from canceling 
the privileges when it becomes aware cf the facts. 

C harles Stew art. 26 IBLA 160 (Aug. «, 1976) 



Even if it be established that a controlling regulatici 
had been violated in previous cases, such violation 
does not afford a valid predicate for further viola- 
tions of the regulation. 

Mary Nan Spear. 25 IBLA 3M (May 5. 1976) 



The denial of a private landowner's reguest that the 
eureau of Land Management share in the expenses cf con- 
structing a fence between Federal and private land will 
be upheld where the landowner has failed to show a 
valid legal or factual reason for granting the request. 

John L. T imm and Ruth D. Blomqren. 30 IELA 317 (June 6, 
1977) 



Where the Bureau of Land Management ordered on 
Mar. 26, 1975, that unofficial copies of the simulta- 
neous oil and gas lease entry card were invalid and 
to be rejected, that order will be given prospective 
application only and will not be applied retroactively 
to simultaneous entry cards filed during the Jan. 1975 
simultaneous filing period. 

Eve_Reese, 25 IBLA 2«« (June 22, 1976) 



When the holder of a grazing lease is found to have 
violated regulations and the terms of his lease because 
his cattle have trespassed on Federal land, his lease 
may be canceled when lesser sanctions have proved to 
be of no effect or when the nature of the violation de- 
mands such severity. Bowever, a decision canceling a 
lease will be set aside where the district manager re- 
lied upon alleged trespasses of which the lessees had 
no notice and which occurred after a show cause notice 



A special recreaticn use permit for commercial boat op- 
erations may be denied renewal for nonuse over a 2-year 
pericd of any allocated passenger days under a prcperly 
noticed "use or lose" policy. However, where the per- 
mit program is relatively recent and administrative 
techniques are not fully reliable, and where the appel- 
lant documents on appeal some use of its allocation 
durinq the 2-year period, the permit should not be 
denied renewal under the "use or lose" policy. 

Canyoneers, Inc, . 30 IBLA 35« (June 9, 1977) 



ADHmiSTBATIVE PBACTICE— Continued 

Where a decision of the Board of land Appeals is based 
upon an interpretation of Departnental policy, and that 
policy is subsequently revised and clarified so as to 
impel a different result in the case without prejudice 
to the right of any third party, on reconsideration by 
the Board that portion of its original decision will be 
■odified and the revised policy will be implemented. 

Warner. Beta ■ a n_j 0n_ B e consider at ion_.« 31 IBLA 21 
Tjune 20, 1977) 



Where an oil and gas lease offer filed on a drawing 
entry card in a simultaneous filing procedure contains 
the name of an additional party and the statements of 
interest, copy or explanation of the agreement between 
the parties, and evidence of the qualifications of the 
additional party are not filed within the time re- 
quired by i»3 CFB 3102.7, the offer must be rejected. 

Bobert K. Baines. 31 IBLA 58 
Verner F. Sorenson. 32 IBLA 3«1 (Cct. 21, 1977) 



Where a protest has been made against the validity of 
a drawing entry card (DEC) in the simultaneous oil and 
gas lease filing procedure, it is improper to issue a 
lease in response to the protested DEC before the pro- 
test is finally dismissed. The Board of Land Appeals, 
rather than a BLH State Office, has the authority to 
make final administrative determinations for the De- 
partment in matters relating to protests against oil 
and gas lease offers. 



IMLNISTBMi 8 .! 



TICE — Continued 



JL_PacJS. 31 IBLA 283 (July 22, 1977) 



Where an area manager's decision divides the sec. 15 
grazing use of a tract of public land between two 
applicants on the assumption that both are qualified 
preference right claimants, and it is determined on 
appeal that one claimant is not qualified, the decisior 
will be set aside and the case remanded to the Bureau 
of Land Hanagement for determination of the rights of 
the other applicant. 

Hark t. Trask, 32 IBLA 395 (Nov. 9, 1977) 



A requirement to submit a "certified copy" cf a privatt 
agreement is satisfied by the submission of a copy of 
the agreement with a statement that it is a copy of 
that agreement. 



Rick? 



-SAllord, 3« IBLA 160 (Har. 10, 1978) 



Where the Director, BLM, in a general instruction to 
all Bureau offices, has specified which kinds of dis- 
crepancies will result in the exclusion of drawing 
entry cards from a drawing of simultaneously filed 
oil and gas lease offers, and directs that all other 
cards are to be included in the drawings, the action 
of one field office to exclude certain other types of 
cards will be reversed as being in contravention of 
such directive. 

llar.aar.et_A, Bugqiero et al.. 3« IBLA 171 (Mar. la, 
1978) 

el, 3« IBLA 377 (Bay 1. 1978) 



Remedies for an alleged breach of a private lease 
agreement involving preference lands for a sec. 15 
grazing lease must be sought in the appropriate courts 
and not before the Department of the Interior, which 
has no jurisdiction over such matters. 

EvelJJl_Ii§jaD, 35 IBLA 23 (Hay 5. 1978) 



Where the official records of the Bureau of Land Man- 
agement show a reservoir right-of-way affecting certain 
land, the oil and gas therein may not be leased under 
the Mineral leasing Act of 1920, 30 O.S.C. « 161 et seq . 
(1970). This result follows even though the reservoir 
right-of-way may have been issued improperly or should 
have been terminated. 

Repu blic Oil 6 H ininq CO. and Ha rqaret V. Ccomts , 



35 IBLA 212 (Hay 26, 1978) 



A past incorrect application of the law in adjudicatic 
cf cil and gas lease offers is no authorizaticn fcr 
failure to fellow regulations in the case of an offer 
currently under adjudication. 

David A. Prcvinse. 35 IBLA 217 (Hay 26, 1978) 



Where the Director of the Bureau of Land Hanagement 
issues a general instruction to all BIH offices spe- 
cifying which kinds of discrepancies will result in 
the exclusion of drawing entry cards from a drawing 
of simultaneously filed oil and gas lease offers and 
directing that all other cards are to be included in 
the drawings, the action of one field office to exclude 
certain ether types of cards will be reversed as being 
in contravention of such directive. 



Baymcnd A. Berry et 



35 IBLA 386 (June 27. 1978) 



Where, in a quasi- judicial Departmental proceeding, an 
individual entered an appearance as attcrney for a 
party to the action, and it was subsequently revealed 
that he was not qualified to practice before the De- 
partment under any of the provisions of i»3 CFB 1.3, the 
presiding administrative law judge prcperly refused to 
continue to recognize his appearance or to permit him 
to continue to conduct the case in a representative 
capacity. 

yDited.Stateg.Vj.John Gayanich. 36 IBLA 111 (July 11. 
1978) 



The holder cf a mining claim located within the Papago 
Indian Reservation under sec. 3 of the Act of June 18, 
193«, «8 Stat. 98U (repealed. Act of Hay 27, 1955, 
69 Stat. 67), is required to make the annual rental pay- 
ment for the claim in advance (on or before the anni- 
versary date of location of the claim) . A decision 
invalidating a claim will be upheld where proceedings 
to void the claim are not initiated until several 
months after the rental due date, there is no evidence 
the rent was paid for the year, and appellant admits 
the failure to pay was an oversight. 

Jo hn A . Cco^ey. 36 IBLA 2U5 (Aug. 1«, 1978) 



Established and longstanding Departmental policy relat- 
ing to the administration of the simultaneous oil and 
gas leasing system, premised upon regulatory interpre- 
tation, is binding on all employees of the Bureau of 



ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICE-- Continued 

Land Hanagement, until such time as it is properly 
changed. 

Milton D. Feinber q. Be nson J. Lamp. 37 IBLA 39 

"(Sept. 18, 1978) 85 I.D. 380 

JJii^oD-D^-Feiiibgiax-genson-Ji-I-a'F (0° Becojs,iaera,t:iLgnl . 
HO IBLA 222 (Apr. 11, 1979) 86 I.D. 234 



ADnmiSTgATITE. PRACTICE— continued 

the first, and the parties are given an adequate oppor- 
tunity at the hearing and on appeal to present evidence 
and argue as to this issue, the Board Mill proceed to 
consider bcth decisions on their merits. 

California Ass 'n of Four-wheel p riv e Clubs_et al i# 
38 IBLA 361~~(Dec. 29. 1978) 



In an administrative hearing to determine the validity 
of a mining claim, the requirements of due process are 
satisfied when notice and opportunity for an impartial 
hearing are provided in accordance with the Administra- 
tive Procedure Act. 5 O.S.C. $ 551 et se.3. (1976). 

The procedures followed by the Department of the Inte- 
rior in the initiation, prosecution, and deciding of 
mining contest cases are in full compliance with the 
Administrative Procedure Act. 

The mere fact that the witnesses, the administrative 
law judge, and members of the Board of Land Appeals 
are employees of the Department of the Interior does 
not establish unfairness in the contest proceeding. 

A Forest Service mineral examiner who is a witness in 
a Government contest of a mining claim is not disquali- 
fied nor is his testimony discredited merely because he 
is an employee of that agency. 

In order to sustain a charge that an administrative la« 
judge should be disqualified or his decision set aside 
for bias, a substantial showing of personal bias mast 
be made. 



Where the Secretary has declined to exercise his juris- 
diction, a decision rendered by this Board is final for 
the Department. Hence, statements by Bin and arguments 
of the Solicitor, while valuable to the Board, are net 
binding upon the Board. 

The interpretation of an existing regulation by this 
Board to determine its applicability to the facts at 
hand does net constitute rulemaking by the Board. 

B. B, Delascc, Inc. , et a l.. 39 IBLA 194 (Feb. 2. 1979) 



where a protestant against the issuance of an oil and 
gas lease supports his allegations that the lease offer 
is net gualified with sufficient evidence to warrant 
further inquiry or investigation by BLH, the protest 
should net te summarily dismissed for failure of the 
protestant to make positive proof of his allegations. 
Instead, the protest should be adjudicated en its mer- 
its after all available information has been developed. 

l££_5a_Eielski, 39 IBLA 211 (Feb. 8, 1979) 86 I.E. 80 



The Secretary of the Interior has plenary authority 
over the public lands, including mineral lands, and has 
been entrusted with the function of making the initial 
determination of the validity of claims against such 
lands. 



et, 



United States v. Paul. P. Fisher. an d B uel 
37~IBLA 80 "(SeptT 22, 1978)" 



Where there exist factual questions about the loeatien 
of section and subdivisional corners in a dependent 
resurvey, the Board of Land Appeals may order a hearing 
pursuant to 43 CFR 4.415 to resolve these questions. 



Bethel. 



Vernon, 37 IBLA 226 (Oct. 16, 1978) 



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final Departmental appellate decision construing a 
regulation will be given immediate effect, and will no1 
be applied with prospective effect only, unless the de- 
cision alters materially the interpretation given the 
regulation by earlier Departmental decisions or offi- 
cial published opinions, and unless the equitable bene- 
fit of the decision is not outweighed by ill effects 
of allowing a benefit in derogation of the regulation. 

D. E._Pack_JOn_Reconsiderationl . 38 IBLA 23 (Nov. 9, 
1978) 85 I.E. UOI 

Gertrude H...D,' A.mico, 39 IELA 68 (Jan. 17, 1979) 



Public notice and hearing is not required ty the Code 
of_Federal_Req_ulations prior to closure of areas of 
the public lands to outdoor recreation use pursuant to 
"3 CFR 6010. 4, implementing the multiple use management 
provisions of the Federal Land Policy and Hanagement 
Act of 1976, 43 O.S.C. «« 1732 and 1733 (1976). 

While an appeal of one decision of the BLtl is pending 
before the Board, the BLH is without authority to ex- 
ercise jurisdiction in the matter which is the subject 
of the appeal. Where the BLH exercises jurisdiction 
and the subsequent decision presents the same issue as 



Where the Cirector, Bureau of Land Haqagement, has 
specified which kinds of discrepancies will result in 
the exclusion of drawing entry cards frcm a drawing 
of simultaneously filed oil and gas lease offers, and 
directs that all other cards are to te included in the 
drawings, the action cf one field office to exclude 
certain other types of cards will be reversed as being 
in ccntraventicn of such directive. 

Helen. E..Serencha. 39 IBLA 318 (Feb. 23, 1979) 



Subsequent tc the passage of the Federal land Eclicy and 
Management Act of 1976 (FLPHA) , the Department lacked 
the authority to accept donations of land under the Act 
of July It, 1960, which had been expressly repealed by 
FLPHA. Inasmuch as the actions of the Secretary under 
the Act of July 14, 1960, were not ministerial, the doc- 
trine of relation cannot be used to validate, on a nunc 
£io tunc basis, an acceptance of a donation under the 
authority of the Act of July 10, 1960, occurring after 
the repeal of that Act by Congress. 

Junior L . Dennis. 40 IBLA 12 (Bar. 9, 1979) 



It is prcper to set aside a decision which raises ques- 
tions concerning the facts asserted by BLH in rejecting 
an oil and gas lease offer, and to remand the case to 
BLH for further review and consideration of appellant's 
allegations. 

Rober t H. David. 40 IBLA 236 (Apr. 16, 1979) 



Where a protestant against the issuance of leases, for 
oil and gas presents evidence demonstrating the exis- 
tence of a written partnership between joint offers, 
and the offerors have not complied with the tegulaticns 
requiring certain showings of partnerships, the offers 
cannot be honored. 



American Quasar Petroleum Co.. 42 IBLA 243 
1979) 



(Jug. 22, 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



itinued 



Opon assuming jurisdiction of an appeal, the Board of 
Land Appeals has full authority to consider the entire 
record in Baking a decision, and its review is net lim- 
ited to the theories of law upon which the parties have 
proceeded. 



United States, y. Elbe: 
1979) 



t Gassaway. U3 IBLA 382 (Oct. 31, 



Where a protest, with accompanying supporting evidenc* 
alleges that the oil and gas lease offer drawn first i 
a simultaneous filing-drawing procedure viclated the 
regulations because a party in interest was not dis- 
closed and there was a multiple filing, the Bureau of 
Land Management should first afford the drawee an op- 
portunity to respond to the protest before rejecting 
the offer based on facts alleged in the protest. The 
error, however, is rendered harmless where en appeal 
the offeror has full opportunity to make factual sub- 
missions and respond to the allegations. 

H i _J i _E nevoldsen , UU IBLA 70 (Nov. 20, 1979) 



The filing of a timely protest suspends the authority 
of the State Office to act upon the matter until the 
protest has been ruled upon. Further, acticn is to be 
additionally suspended after a ruling on the protest 
for the period of time in which a person adversely af- 
fected may file a notice of appeal therefrom. 

James W. Smith. «l» IBLA 275 (Dec. 26, 1979) 



ADMINISTBATIVE, FBOCEDORE 
(§ee_also Appeals, Contests and Protests, Hearings, 
Bules of Practice — if included in this Index.) 



ADBIKISTEATIVE PBCCEEUBE — Continued 
GENEBALLY — Continued 



result that the claimants were thereby induced tc dc 
so, to their ultimate damage. 



The doctrine of collateral estoppel will not t 
administrative contest of the validity cf thre 
claims which were the subject of a previous cc 
tion action for the taking by the Government o 
porary exclusive easement over the claims, whe 
issue of the validity of the claims was not ac 
litigated and it was wholly unnecessary for th 
to adjudicate that issue in rendering its judg 

The Eepartment of the Interior has jurisdicticr 
proper proceedings, to determine the validity c 
claims on Federal lands. 



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United States v. A. B. Flemir 
(Apr. 2«, 1975) 



20 IBLA 63 



The rejection of an application for the purchase cf 
land under the Becreation and Public Purposes Act does 
not violate the tenets of due process since the dispo- 
sition of the application is at the discretion of the 
Eepartment, and the applicant has acguired no vested 
right protected by the United States Constitution. 



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ty Com missioners. O uray County. Cclcradc , 



22 IBLA 182 (Oct. 7, 19751 



Althcugh a respondent in a grazing license trespass 
hearing brought by the Bureau of Land Management has 
the right to be represented and aided by legal counsel, 
the Department has no duty or responsibility under the 
Constitution or the Administrative Procedure Act to 
provide such counsel for him. 

Eiacj_Brinkethoff, 2H IBLA 32« (Apr. 21, 1976) 



GENEBALLY 



The denial of a petition for classification and 
rejection of an application under the Becreation 
Public Purposes Act for a lease of lands which h 
been withdrawn and which are also subject to a S 
selection application which, under the terms of 
withdrawal order, may be allowed, does not viola 
tenets of due process because the disposition of 
petition-application is at the discretion of the 
tary, and the petitioner-applicant has no vested 
protected by constitutional guarantees or by the 
istrative Procedure Act. 



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Nountaineerin3_Club_of_Alaska J 
(Bar. 19, 1975) 



Inc .. 19 IBLA 198 



The doctrine of res judicata will not bar an adminis- 
trative proceeding to determine the validity of three 
unpatented mining claims where, in a previous condem- 
nation action for the war Department's taking of a 
temporary exclusive easement coveting the claims, the 
judgment of the federal district court was limited 
solely to the compensation to be paid by the United 
States, and there was no litigation of the issue cf 
the validity of the claims and no prior adjudication 
of that issue in the Department of the Interior. 

Equitable estoppel will net operate to bar a mining 
claim contest or alter its result where it is not showr 
that some officer of the Government, who was authorized 
to declare the claims valid, falsely misrepresented to, 
or concealed material facts from the claimants concern- 
ing the validity of the claims with the intention that 
the claimants should act in reliance thereon, with the 



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When deciding whether issuance of a phospha 
ing permit is appropriate, the Bureau of La 
Bent is entitled to rely en the reascned op 
Geological Survey as its technical expert, 
deteraination made ty Geological Survey wil 
disturbed in the absence of a clear and def 
ing of error. However, when Survey later c 
cwn deteraination, the case will be remande 
tber consideration. 

Phil ip Shaiman. 25 IBLA 177 (June 1«, 1976) 



A noqcoBpetitive oil and gas lease applicant's failure 
to submit the statement of interest of the other 
parties in interest to the offer is not excused, nor 
is the Eepartment estopped to reject such an offer, by 
bis teliance on the Department's prior errcneous issu- 
ance of a lease to the applicant on an offer which was 
deficient for the same reason. 

Leon B. Flana gan et al.. 25 IBLA 269 (June 2U, 1976) 




A CM IN I ST BAT IV E_F ROC ED U RE- -Continued 

GENERALLY — Continued 

schedule a hearing at which the applicant may produce 
evidence to establish entitlement to his allotment. 

Donald Peters. 26 IBLA 235 (Aug. 17, 1976) 

83 I.E. 306 

J2ijn_J32°ie_et_al i , «0 IBLA 321 (Apr. 30, 1979) 



JSMIN 1ST R AT IVE_PROCE DOR E — Continued 

GENERALLY — Continued 

The O.S. Geological Survey is the technical expert cf 
the Department of the Interior in matters concerning 
geolcgic evaluations. The Eureau of Land Management 
entitled to rely on mineral determinations cf Survey, 
such as gualif icaticn of a test veil as a discovery 
well defined by a unit agreement, in the absence cf a 
clear and definite showing of error. 



Gracj 



IBLA 296 (June 1, 1977) 



In a mining claim contest where a contestee is of the 
opinion that the Government did not make a prima facie 
case of no discovery, he may move to have the case dis- 
missed at the conclusion of the Government's case and 
then rest. The contest complaint could be dismissed if 
the administrative law judge rules that no prima facie 
case had been made of lack of discovery and there is no 
other evidence in the record to support the charges in 
the complaint. But if the contestee goes forward after 
making such a motion to dismiss and presents his evi- 
dence, that evidence must be considered as part of the 
entire record and its probative value will be weighed. 
Thus, even if the Government has failed to make a prima 
facie case, evidence presented by the contestee which 
supports the Government's contest charges may be used 
against the contestee, regardless of the defects in the 
Government's case. 



Onited States v. Arizona Mining and Refining Co 
et_al ir 27 IBLA 99 (Sept. 29, 1976) 



Onited States_v. 
19797 



nii-Sini b ad . «2 IBLA 313 (Aug. 29, 



Where an attorney files an answer to a contest cc 
ing mining claims on behalf of certain individual 
during the pendency of the contest proceedings, t 
their interests in the mining claims to a corpora 
which they are major stockholders and directors, 
attorney represents those individuals and the cor 
tion at the contest hearing, the corporation is b 
the determination reached therein, even though th 
poration may not have received actual notice of t 
contest. 



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Where, pursuant to U3 O.S.C. § 315g (1970), a State 
has acquired land subject to a reservation cf minerals 
to the Onited States, and the State thereafter leases 
the surface cf the land to a corporation fcr purposes 
which are plainly incompatible with mining, the surface 
lessee has standing to initiate a private contest tc 
determine the validity of unpatented mining claims lo- 
cated on the land. It is not essential to the cause 
cf action that there be an actual physical interference 
by one party with the other party's use of the land if 
tbeit respective interests are clearly and potentially 
conflicting. 

Continental Cil Co. v. Az tec Exploration and Development 
Co., 32 IBLA 1 (Aug. 2U, 1977) 



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ng claim contest where a ccntestee is of 
hat the Government did net make a prima 1 
o discovery, he may move tc have the casi 

the conclusion of the Government's case, 
The contest complaint could be dismis: 
istrative law judge rules that no prima 1 
been made of lack of discovery and there 
evidence in the record to support the ch< 
mplaint. But if the contestee goes forw; 
ing such a motion to dismiss and present! 

that evidence must be considered as par 
e record and its probative value will be 

Thus, even if the Government has failed 
in. a facie case, evidence presented by th< 
ich supports the Government's contest chi 
ed against the contestee, regardless of i 
n the Government's case. 



Service of a document upon a person's attorney of rec- 
ord constitutes effective service upon such person. 

Onited States v. Mine Development Corp. et al. , 
27 IBLA 238 (Oct. 18, 1976) 



Where the State of Alaska has applied to select cer- 
tain land and has been given tentative approval of that 
selection, and thereafter a conflicting Native allot- 
ment application is filed which is supported only by 
meager evidence of use and occupancy, it is error to 
allow the allotment application and to cancel the 
State's tentative approval and reject the selection 
application without notice and an opportunity for a 
hearing in which the State may participate. 

State. of .Alaska, John. Nusunginya. 28 IBLA 83 (Nov. 12, 
1976) 



An applicant for a private land exchange cannot benefit 
from the doctrine of equitable estoppel where no agent 
of the Government who was authorized to consummate the 
exchange falsely and materially misrepresented to or 
concealed material facts from appellant cencerning the 
Government's position with respect to the proposed 
exchange. 

Siesta Investments, Inc.. 28 IBLA 118 (Nov. 15, 1976) 



In a proceeding to determine the validity cf an unpat- 
ented mining claim the claimants must prevail, if at 
all, upon the strength of their own case, rather than 
upon any weakness in that of the Government. 

Onited States v. R. E. Rodqers and Barbara J. Hcdqers, 
32 IBLA 77 (Sept. 2, 1977) 



A land use permit which, by its own terms, is subject 
to terminaticn after failure of the permittee tc comply 
with its previsions, may be revoked by ELM where the 
permittee has been requested to disccntinue an unautho- 
rized use and thereafter fails to correct the breach. 

Charl es W . Shell et al.. D-78-3 (Nov. 15, 1977) 



The time 
payments 
oil and 
and regu 
proper E 
timeline 
enue Ser 
is relev 
rental o 
sonable 
lease te 

David B. 
1977) 



' xness of filing Federal tax returns and 

and of making rental payments for Federal 
gas leases are governed by different statutes 
latiens and are not the same. Receipt in the 
ureau of Land Management office determines the 
ss cf rental payment, whereas the Internal Rev- 
vice uses a postmark date. The postmark date 
ant in considering a Federal cil and gas lease 
nly to determine if the lessee exercised rea- 
diligence so as to warrant reinstatement of a 
rminated for failure to pay the rental timely. 

Smith and Darla L. Smit h. 33 IELA 63 (Dec. 5, 



»El!Ii!ISTJATIVE_FBOCEDUBE — Continued 

GENERALLY — Continued 

Dnder 43 CFR 4.410, any patty to a case who is 

adversely affected by a decision of the Bureau of Land 

Management has a right of appeal to the Beard of Land 

Appeals, even where the decision concerns legislation 
which has been repealed. 

Fancher_ Bros.. , 33 IBLA 262 (Jan. 5, 1978) 

Suzanne A. Halli day, 34 IELA 219 (Bar. 27, 1978) 



Under 43 CFR 4.401(a), a notice of appeal to the Eoard 
of Land Appeals may be considered even if net filed 
within the 30-day appeal period, where it is filed 
within 10 days of the deadline date and is transmitted 
within the appeal period. 

United States v_. James_Becker, 33 IBLA 301 (Jan. 10, 
1978) 



ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE — Continued 

GENERALLY. — Continued 

selections of land valuable for 
the Mineral Leasing Acts with a 
erals to the United States. 




ion application for lands valuable fcr 
als nay be rejected where it is determined 
sal of the surface rights will unreason- 

with current or contemplated operations 
ral Leasing Acts and there is a proper 
ecord for such a determination which is 
he applicant. However, if there is no 

in the record for the deterainaticn and 
s error, the case will be remanded to the 

Management to reconsider the deteraina- 

Geological Survey, and substantiate the 
uture determination. 



State of Utah, Departa 
85 (Nov. 15, 1978) 



;nt of Nat ural 



36 IELA 



Where the Bureau of Land Management brings a contest 
complaint against unpatented mining claims, naming as 
contestee only the estate of the deceased claimant, 
proper service of process upon the court appointed ad- 
ministrator, executor, or personal representative of 
the deceased claimant is necessary in order to affect 
the interests of all the heirs of the deceased. 

Heirs of a deceased mining claimant who personally 
respond without protest or objection to a Government 
contest complaint which names as contestee enly the 
estate of their intestate decedent will be bound by 
the result of such contest insofar as it purports to 
affect their interest in that estate, even though ser- 
vice on the estate itself was faulty. 



United States v. Estate of W. 
(Feb. 16, 1978) 



.Wood, 



34 IBLA 44 



The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are not binding on 
administrative agencies. 



Where BLM has impounded five horses found to be tres- 
passing en public lands closed to grazing and nc notice 
and hearing are affcrded to the owner of said animals 
prior to impoundment because the owner is unknown tc 
ELM, the due process rights of said owner are net 
violated. Ihe procedures authorized by 43 CFR 
9239.3-2 (c) (3) do not violate due process. 



Fernando H err era v. Bureau of Land 
262 (Dec.~8, 1978) 



IELA 



An appeal from a decision denying a protest against the 
issuance of a patent must be dismissed if the patent 
has been issued, because the Department has no juris- 
diction to act further in the matter. 



Eecause issuance of a patent removes the land fro 
Departmental jurisdiction, it is net proper to is 
that patent simultaneously with dismissal of a pr 
against the patent application because such actio 
prives the protester of his right to review and p 
eludes compliance with 43 U.S.C.A. « 1701(a)(5) ( 
Supp. 1978) which mandates objective administrati 
review of initial decisions. 



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5ata«us]SazSusitna_BoroU3h x _Ing- , 
1978) 



IBLA 382 (Dec. 29, 



In order to sustain a charge that land embraced within 
a mining claim is not held in good faith for mining 
purposes the evidence relating to mineral claimant's 
lack of good faith must be clear. 



Onit £d_Sta t e s_v i _Cl a v. t o n_ A . Dilli 
36 IBLA 358 (Aug. 31, 1978) 



and J e an P. Di llma n , 



Where unpatented mining claims were located some 50 
years before the claimant filed application fcr patent, 
during which time they went unchallenged by the Govern- 
ment, the United States is not barred frcm contesting 
the validity of the claims by invocation of the equi- 
table defense of laches. 

!iattaJ:.n_C_on tract or s x _Inc A , 37 IBLA 233 (Oct. 18, 1978) 



A Bureau of Land Management decision rejecting a selec- 
tion application by the State of Utah under its Miner's 
Hospital Grant because the land is deemed mineral in 
character due to a classification as valuable for oil, 
gas, and coal will be set aside because it failed to 
consider relevant statutes and regulations permitting 



A notice of appeal must be filed within 30 days after 
appellant is served with the decision from which he is 
appealing. When a party does not appeal, the doctrine 
of administrative finality, the administrative equiva- 
lent of res judicata, generally bars consideration of 
the same issue in a later appeal. 

£3l£h_and_Buth_Dickinson, 39 IELA 258 (Feb. 15, 1S79) 



When a State Office rejects the offer of a fir 
applicant in a drawing under the simultaneous 
gas leasing program, an appeal by the applican 
the issue of his qualifications to hold the le 
qualifications of the second-drawn applicant a 
evant until such time as the offer of the firs 
applicant is rejected and all his avenues of a 
exhausted. However, it is not improper for EI 
the second-drawn applicant as an adverse party 
cisicn rejecting the first-drawn applicant. 



Thomas_H i _Flickin3er i _William_S._Flickinc|er x _et al., 
40 IELA 53 (Mar. 167 1979) 



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ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE — C ontinued 

GENERALLY— Continued 

Regulation 13 CPR 1.150-1 gives a person with an ad- 
verse interest in land a right to contest an adverse 
claim. The Department of the Interior has consistently 
recognized States as included within the term "person" 
vithin the meaning of the regulation, allowing them 'to 
initiate private contests. 

Where the State of Alaska has shown an interest in land 
in its existing airport, it may bring a private contest 
to challenge Native allotment applications for land in 
conflict with the airport. 

State, of,. Alaska. 10 IBLA 79 (liar. 22, 1979) 



The State of Alaska will be afforded time within which 
to bring private contests against Native allotment 
applications conflicting with an existing airport run- 
way built by the State and to show it has standing to 
contest. If it does so timely, the Bureau of Land Man- 
agement will adjudicate its standing as a contestant 
and the contests will proceed if it finds affirmative- 
ly. If not, the State's timely otjections will te 
taken as a protest and a factfinding hearing will be 
held. If the State fails to take timely action, a 
decision rejecting its application to reinstate a con- 
flicting airport lease application will stand. 

State of Alaska. 10 IBLA 118 (liar. 27, 1979) 



Where the Geological Survey, in making its decisicn, 
has reviewed the same information submitted on appeal 
to the Board of Land Appeals to show that there was a 
well capable of producing oil or gas in paying quan- 
tities on the date the lease expired, and there are 
no disputed facts, but only a dispute on the proper 
application of the law to those facts and legal inter- 
pretations, a hearing is not warranted in the case. 

American Resources Management Corp.. 10 IELA 195 
7 Apr. 5, 1979) 



The applicable regulation, 13 CFH 1.111 (1977), allows 
the Board some discretion in deciding whether to 
disregard the answer of an appellee who fails to file 
an answer within 30 days after service on him of the 
notice of appeal or statement of reasons and whose 
delay in filing is not waived under the provisions of 
«3 CFR 1.101(a) (1977) . 

California Portland Cement Co .. Ro sebu d Coal Sales Co.. 
10 IBLA 339~(May _ 107 _ 19797 



Where an applicant for an Alaska Native allotment was 
a minor at the time she alleges the initial use and 
occupancy of the land, but not so young as to preclude 
any possibility that she was then capable of doing so 
as an independent citizen in her own right to the po- 
tential exclusion of others, prior to rejection of her 
application on the basis of her youth BLM should pro- 
vide notice and an opportunity for hearing. 

Nellie Boswell Beecroft. «1 IBLA 70 (Hay 31, 1979) 



ADMINISTRATIVE, PROCEDURE — Continued 

GENERALLY — Continued 
Elena Bartman. "3 IELA 281 (Oct. 17, 1979) 



Where the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) determines 
that an Alaska Native allotment application should te 
rejected in part because the Native did not use all of 
the land applied for, the BLM shall initiate a contest 
proceeding pursuant to 13 CFR 1.151 et sea,. 

F rank Rulland . «1 IBLA 207 (June 27, 1979) 86 I.E. 312 



Eroad discretion is committed to an agency in interpret- 
ing regulations. A party challenging an interpretation 
and the administrative application thereof must demon- 
strate that the interpretation is unreasonable and that 
the agency's application lacks a rational foundation. 

Harry A. Zucke rman et al. . Ml IBLA 372 (July 23, 1979) 



"Person." Regulation "3 CFR 1.150-1 specifically gives 
persons with an adverse interest in land a right to 
contest the adverse claim. It does not depend en the 
applicability of the due process clause of the Consti- 
tution tc either claimant. A State is a "person" with- 
in the meaning of this private contest regulation. 

S t a t e_of _ Alas k a , 12 IBLA 1 (July 25, 1979) 



Where BLM fails to show that there was service of a 
decision rejecting an Alaska Native allotment and the 
applicant learns of his rejection 1-1/2 years after re- 
jection, the applicant may file a timely appeal within 
30 days of notice of the decision. 

Mailing to the Bureau of Indian Affairs a carbon copy 
of a decision rejecting an application for an Alaska 
Native allotment is not service upon the applicant so 
as to comply with 13 CFR 14.1401. 

Gust J. Reft, Sr.. 142 IBLA 86 (Aug. 13, 1979) 



Generally the Geological Survey may reconsider and 
modify or revoke its own decision in the absence cf an 
appeal to the Eoard of Land Appeals. However, the fil- 
ing of an appeal to the Board removes the matter from 
the jurisdiction of Survey pending disposition of the 
appeal. 

Where Geological Survey and one of two parties to a 
compulsory unitization of two outer continental shelf 
oil and gas leases reguest a remand of a Survey deci- 
sion for further consideration, and certain issues 
raised en appeal would appropriately be better first 
considered ty Survey, the case will be remanded to 
Survey. In the circumstances, a reguest to stay imple- 
mentation of Survey's prior decision may be granted ty 
the Eoard unless and until Survey acts upon the reguest 
when it recensiders the case. 

Sun Oil Co.. 142 IBLA 25" (Aug. 23, 1979) 



Where Bureau of Land Management determines an appli- 
cation for a Native allotment should be rejected for 
failure to establish use and occupancy of the land. 
Bureau of Land Management should initiate a contest 
proceeding pursuant to 13 CFR 1.151 et seq. 

Frederick Phillips et al.. "1 IBLA 169 (June 22, 1979) 

Ella S . Sheldon et al.. U2 IBLA 276 (Aug. 27, 1979) 

Continued — 



Generally where BLM determines that an Alaska Native al- 
lotment application should be rejected because the use 
cf the land ty a minor child was not sufficiently estab- 
lished as an independent citizen in his own right, at 
least potentially exclusive of others, ELB shall issue 2 
contest complaint pursuant to 13 CFB 1.151 et set)., and 
the guidelines set forth in Donald Peters, 26 IELA 235, 
83 I.D. 308 (1976). 

Sarah A. Pence et al.. 13 IBLA 266 (Oct. 15. 1979) 



»D(1 1 NI STB A T I VE_ F R OC ED RE — Con t i n ued 

GEHEB ALLY— Continued 

Where Bureau of Land Management determines that an ap- 
plication for a Native allotment is invalid because the 
facts are not as stated in the application. Bureau of 
Land Management should initiate a contest proceeding 
pursuant to «3 CFR U.I450 - U.H52-9. 

Amy Tukrook Nukapiqak, UU IBLA 313 (Dec. 31, 1979) 



ADJUDICATION 

As only nonaineral lands may be appropriated under the 
la* pertaining to headquarters sites, where the Geo- 
logical Survey reports that a tract of entered land is 
nonaineral in character and the Eureau of Land Manage- 
ment therefore formally advises the claimant that the 
tract is subject to settlement or occupancy and offi- 
cially acknowledges his claim, and the claimant there- 
after complies fully with the law and applies for 
patent, a subsequent determination that the land is 
mineral in character will not vitiate the claim unless 
it is established that the original finding of nonmin- 
eral character was error, and that facts in existence 
at the time equitable title passed required a determi- 
nation that the land was then mineral. Due process 
permits such action to be taken only after proper no- 
tice and opportunity for hearing. 

Wilfred S. Wood. 20 IBLA 28« (May 27, 1975) 



In order for an assertion of competitive interest to 
create a bar to the allowance of an application to 
modify an existing coal lease by the additicn of con- 
tiguous land, the competitive interest asserted must 
be identifiable, substantial and genuine, and not 
merely speculative or casual. 

Malcolm N. McKinnon. 23 IELA 1 (Nov. 25, 1975) 



A Federal district court jury verdict in a suit to can- 
cel desert land patents, that the entrymen and their 
purchaser under an illegal executory contract did not 
commit fraud against the United States, does not col- 
laterally estop this Department from adjudicating a 
contest grounded on the illegal executory contract 
against the purchaser's own entry, because the legal 
standard applicable in the subsequent contest is dif- 
ferent than that in the fraud action — a desert land 
entry can be subject to cancellation for acts that do 
not constitute fraud. 

United States v. Elod^mae Zwang, United State s v. 

Btf I £ 1 1_ Z wa na , 26 IELA «1~ (July 97 1976) 83 I.E. 28C 



A delay in the adjudication of an application by offi- 
cers or employees of the Department cannot create 
rights in Federal property contrary to law. 

S<Jl_i!i_Ica nson , 30 IBLA 123 (May 12, 1977) 



Where, in Alaska, a settlement or occupancy claim is 
initiated by the filing of a location notice which is 
acceptable on its face at a time when the land is open 
to the establishment of such a claim, the notice cf 
location is acceptable for recordation by the BLM. But 
whether the BLM chooses to record the location notice 
is totally immaterial to a consideration of the valid- 
ity of the claim, and BLM decisions purporting to ad- 
judicate the validity of any such claim should address 



»EJ!INISTFATIVi_PRCCiCURE--Continued 
ADJUDICATION— Continued 



that issue en its merits rather than the acceptability 
of the notice for recordation. 



John D. Ketscher. Alfred L. DeCiccc. 32 IELA 23'. 
(Sept. 21, 1977) 



Where a decision calls upon an applicant to supply 
certain documents and make certain showings in support 
of its mineral patent application or face rejection of 
the application, and on appeal it is established that 
all of the documents and evidence called fcr had al- 
ready been furnished by the applicant and inccrporated 
in the case record, where they were apparently over- 
looked by these who examined the application, the deci- 
sion will be reversed. 



Alaska Placer Co. 



33 IBLA 187 (Dec. 21, 1977) 

8U I.E. 99C 



Where the entryman makes admissions and submits 
evidence which establish conclusively that his failure 
to "prove up" his desert land entry during its initial 
term and twe extensions was net the result of unavoid- 
able delay, and that the failure was not without fault 
on his part, no further administrative proceedings are 
required pricr to rejecting his application fcr a third 
extension. 

Thomas D. Hickev. 3U IBLA 86 (Feb. 22, 1976) 



Although a right-of-way granted under the Act of 
Jan. 21, 1695, was previously subject to cancellation 
by the authorized officer for non-use pursuant tc 
«3 CFR 2602.2-3, the Federal Land Policy and Management 
Act cf 1976 provides that suspension or termination cf 
a right-cf-way requires an appropriate administrative 
proceeding pursuant to 5 U.S.C. « 55« (1970) , except 
where the right-of-way provides by its terms that it 
will terminate in such event. 



Western Aggregates cf Mineral S Rock, Ir 
16«~(Mar. 1H~. 1978)"" 



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ion of the land listed in a notice t 

a grazing lease should net be cance 
essee is not denied due process wher 

not be confused with ether lands in 
LM corrected and explained 



led 

e 
the 



bcqutMK uttlblLll, w«t:i.e IIU pLfcJl 

s alleged or evident, and where 
cy opportunity to present her ai 
s involved in the BLM actions. 



If a grazing lease, canceled in part for loss of con- 
trol of preference lands, expires by its terms prior tc 
decision on the appeal of the cancellation and if the 
grazing lease is renewed solely because the appellate 
decision has not been rendered, with nc consideration 
cf the lessee's or conflicting preference rights, the 
Eoard of Land Appeals will consider the appeal of the 
cancellation as applicable to the renewed lease. 

Evelyn Elsman, 35 IELA 23 (May 5, 1978) 



Where the evidence in an administrative appeal raises 
countervailing legal presumptions of equal probative 
worth, a factfinding hearing may be ordered pursuant 
to U3 CFR U.U15. 

Dona ld_E ._ Jo r da n , 35 IBLA 290 (June 2, 1978) 



ADMIN I STRATI VE_FBOCEDURE--Continued 

ADJUDICATION— Continued 

Where a mineral patent application is supported by in- 
formation sufficient to permit a mineral examination of 
the claims, but not sufficient for the adjudicator to 
approve the application for patent, he may properly 
call on the applicant for supplemental evidence to sup- 
port the application. However, if the claimant fails 
to submit it, the adjudicator may not penali2e such 
failure by summary rejection of the application for 
reasons relating to disputed issues of fact without 
notice and an opportunity for hearing. 

Brattain Contract ors . Inc.. 37 IELA 233 (Oct. 18, 1978) 



Failure to file a timely answer to a mining claim 
contest complaint will result in the charges in the 
complaint being taken as admitted and the case being 
decided without a hearing. Where contestees deny the 
allegations in the complaint only as to 4 claims tut 
not as to 15 other claims addressed in the ccmplaint, 
the complaint will be taken as admitted as to the 15 
claims not addressed in the answer to the ccmplaint. 

"Pited_States_v._ Jerry, Prcck. et. gl. . 39 IEtA 1«8 
(Jan. 29, 1979) 



The interpretation of an existing regulation by this 
Board to determine its applicability to the facts at 
hand does not constitute rulemaking by the Board. 

H...B..._Delasco. Inc.. et al.. 39 IELA 19U (Feb. 2, 1979) 



In order to sustain a charge that an administrative law 
judge should be disqualified or his decision set aside 
because of bias, a substantial showing of personal bias 
must be made. An assumption that he might be predis- 
posed in favor of the Government is not sufficient. 



ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE — Continued 

ADJUDICATION— Continued 
Hoaer_Kuhn, <I3 IE1A 182 (Sept. 28, 1979) 



Where an application to acguire Federal land is rejected 
by ELM for the reason that the applicant's own declara- 
tion of material facts stated in his application demon- 
strate conclusively that be is not entitled to the land 
as a matter of law, an effort on appeal to revise, 
amend, or deny the facts will net be considered absent a 
persuasive explanation of error in the application. 

The substantial use and occupancy reguired by the Na- 
tive Allotment Act must be achieved by the Native as an 
independent citizen acting for himself, and not as a de- 
pendent child visiting and using the land in the company 
of his parents. Where the allotment applicant admits 
that this was his only presence on the land prior to its 
segregation from the operation of public land laws, the 
allotment application is properly rejected. 

Where, even if all of the allegations of material fact 
made by an applicant for a Native allotment are accepted 
as true, allowance of the application is barred as a 
matter of law, the rule of Pence v. Klec_E£» 529 F.2d 
135 (9th Cir. 1976), is not applicable, and the applica- 
tion is properly rejected without a hearing. 



United States v 
"(Feb. - 28. 1979) 



Lerov S. Johnson et al. . 39 IBLA 337 



*n|rew_Petla, «3 IBLA 186 (Oct. 5, 1979) 



:e a protest, with accompanying supporting evidence, 
>ges that the oil and gas lease offer drawn first in 
Lmultanecus filing-drawing procedure violated the 
ilaticns because a party in interest was not dis- 
sed and there was a multiple filing, the Eureau of 
1 Management should first afford the drawee an cp- 
unity to respond to the protest before rejecting 
offer based on facts alleged in the protest, the 
r, however, is rendered harmless where on appeal 
offeror has full opportunity to make factual sufc- 
ions and respond to the allegations. 



port 

the 

erro 

the 

miss 



H. J. Enevpldsen. «<4 IBLA 70 (Nov. 2C, 1979) 



State of Alaska selection applications should not be 
rejected because of conflicts with Native allotment 
applications which are to be approved without first 
affording the State notice of such action to be taken 
and an opportunity to contest the conflicting claims 
if it desires. 



St;ate of Alaska et al. 



HI IBLA 315 (July 11, 1979) 
86 I.D. 



Where determination cf issues of fact turn upon weight 
to be given to conflicting testimony, findings cf fact 
concerning testimony are reguired to be made by the 
initial trier of fact. 

Estate of Jose ph Ca ddo a.k.a, James Joseph Caddo and 
Jim Eutler. 7 IBIA 286 (Nov. 28, 1979) 



State of Alaska applications for prior-filed airport 
conveyances of land needed for an existing airport 
should not be rejected because of conflicts with Native 
allotment applications which are to be approved without 
first affording the State notice of such action to be 
taken and an opportunity to contest the conflicting 
claims if it desires. 

State of Alaska. H2 IBLA 1 (July 25, 1979) 



Where a mineral patent application is supported by a 
mineral examination of the claim which finds a valid 
discovery and recommends issuance of a patent for a 
portion cf the claim, the BLM may not summarily reject 
the application on the face of the record for reasons 
related to disputed issues of fact without notice and 
an opportunity for hearing. 

Big Horn Calcium Co.. «u IBLA 289 (Dec. 26, 1979) 



Where, on appeal, a mining claimant alleges that he 
timely mailed the affidavits of assessment work to the 
proper BLM office but there is no evidence to indicate 
they were ever received, the claimant must tear the 
consequences of the loss and his inability to prove his 
allegation that they may have been received by the 
Bureau and subsequently lost. 



Amanda Mining 6 M anuf actur ing Ass 1 
Tlug. 16, 1979) 

Continued — 



42 IBLA 1«« 



ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES 

While a mining contest is within the jurisdicticn of 
an administrative law judge, he may reopen the bearing 
for the production of further evidence tefcre he makes 
his decision. 

United States v. Clariop W. Taylor. Sr. x _and Gerald 

O^Connor, 19~IBLA 9~<Feb.~20. 1975) " "82"iTdT 68 



ADI1INISTBATIVE_PS0£?£UII — Continued 
ADMINISTBATIVE LAW JUDGES— Continued 



ACMINISTBATIVE PBCCiCUBE — Continued 
ACMINISTBATIVE LAH JODGES— Continued 



An adainistrative law judge has a duty to conduct a 
bearing in such a Banner that all available relevant 
facts in a lining contest will be adduced. He should 
take special care to do so where a party is without 
counsel and there is confusion concerning the status 
of purported tendered evidence. 

United States v, Hpward.S. HcKe nzi e. 20 IELA 38 
(Apr. 17, 1975) 



The administrative law judge properly exercised his 
authority tc ccntrol the bearings where he controlled 
the Banner of examination but did not limit the scope 
of testimony of witness, and where he permitted ade- 
guate tiae for subaission of proposed findings by the 
parties prior to issuance of the final crder. 

Estat e of Edward lockw ood. Or .. 7 IEIA 271 (Nov. 2C, 
1979) 



Upon appeal from a decision of an administrative law 
judge, the Board of Land Appeals may make all findings 
of fact and conclusions of law based upon the record 
just as though it were making the decision in the first 
instance. 

Eldon_ Brink erhoff , 2H IBLA 32" (Apr. 21, 1976) 



An administrative law judge in rendering a decision 
need not make a separate ruling on each finding of fact 
and conclusion of law. It is sufficient if the deci- 
sion summarizes the controlling principles of law and 
the testimony of witnesses relative thereto and ex- 
plains why appellants' evidence was insufficient to 
meet the legal test for a discovery of valuable 
mineral. 



Unit ed St ates v. Jo n Ziame 
1U2 (Nov. 3C,~1979) 



Lre Kelly, UH IELA 



Adainistrative bearings reguired in grazing trespass 
cases are not an unlawful exercise of judicial power 
and meet constitutional reguireaents and the standards 
of the Adainistrative Procedure Act. The constitution- 
al reguirement of due process is not violated merely 
because an administrative law judge is employed ty the 
Department of the Interior. 



(Sept. 15, 1977) 



3oss Babcock, 



32 IBLA 17« 
8U I.D. «75 



A aining claia will be declared null and void where the 
Board's de novo review of the evidence submitted at a 
hearing, held in accordance with the provisions of the 
Adainistrative Procedure Act and presided over by an 
adainistrative law judge gualified under the Act, es- 
tablishes that the claimant has not satisfied the re- 
quirements of discovery, and there was no error in the 
conduct of the proceeding. 



States v. Ernest F. Dive n and 1 
jn, 32 IBLA 361 loctT 25, 1977) 



:hard J. T. 



It requires a substantial showing of bias to disgualify 
a hearing officer in adainistrative proceedings or to 
justify a charge that the hearing was unfair. 

United States v. Bichard H. Kinqdon and E dith F. 



JLinsdon. 36 IBLA 11 (June 27, 1978) 



where, in a quasi- judicial Departaental proceeding, an 
individual entered an appearance as attorney for a 
party to the action, and it was subseguently revealed 
that he was not gualified to practice before the Ee- 
partaent under any of the provisions of <l3 CFB 1.3, the 
presiding adainistrative law judge properly refused to 
continue to recognize his appearance or to permit him 
to continue to conduct the case in a representative 
capacity. 

finiied_State.s_v i _John Gayanich, 36 IBLA 111 (July 1U, 
1978) 



Hhen a party to an Indian probate proceeding appears 
without an attorney, the administrative law judge has a 
duty not to te a mere umpire, but to see that all rele- 
vant facts are developed. 

where a patty to an Indian probate proceeding was not 
represented by counsel and was obviously unprepared for 
proper presentation of testimony and ignorant of sig- 
nificance of the facts, the administrative law judge 
had the duty to see that all relevant facts and circum- 
stances, both favorable and unfavorable tc the parties, 
were brought out. 

Estate of .Jce, (Jpsel.Elvino Juancho. 7 IEIA 29"4 
(Dec. ", 1979) 



ACMINISTBATIVE PBCCEDUBE ACT 

The ultimate findings and decision of the administra- 
tive law judge adopted by the Commissioner of Indian 
Affairs will net be set aside upon administrative re- 
view where they are supported by substantial evidence. 

Adainistrative Appeal of Mary Ann Tcpsseh Combs (Flat- 
head Allottee No._16U8j. v. Commissioner of Indian 
AffIirs."it~IEIA~27 (Apr7~28,~1975) 82 I.E. 1£1 



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deel 
cf 1 
port 
Adai 
clai 
tuni 
a he 
bias 
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vided 



a is a claim to property which may not be 
lid except in accordance with due process 
process consists of proper notice and cp- 
an agency hearing in accordance with the 
e Procedure Act, and it suffices if the 
roperly notified and afforded the epper- 
beard. But there is nc reguirement that 
held where the contestee fails tc avail 
e opportunity for a hearing within the 



United States 

20 IBLA 3U8 ("jun< 



James 
11, 1975) 



Administrative law judge properly dismissed without a 
hearing a private homestead entry contest in which com- 
plaint failed to allege corroborated facts which, if 
proved, would provide sufficient basis for cancellatior 
of entry. 



lEfle s t _Ci_L a mb_ » X J ic ha rd 
(Aug. 3. 1978) 



Stoffel. 36 IBLA 201 



The ultimate findings, conclusions and order of the 
administrative law judge will not be set aside open 
adainistrative review where they are supported by sub- 
stantial evidence. 



Estate c l 



Evans In qatuah . H IBIA 103 (July 29, 1975) 

82 I.E. 352 



ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE — Continued 

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT — Continued 

Where the answer to a Dining contest complaint denying 
the charges is timely filed by one contestee, but is 
untimely filed ty all other contestees, the charges as 
to those contestees filing untimely answers will be 
taken as admitted and their interests in the mining 
claims will be declared null and void- The contestee 
who filed a timely answer is entitled to a hearing as 
to the validity of the claims. 

United_States. v., Albert. S. Hunter; etal.. 22 IBLA 28 
(Sept. 10, 1975) 



administrative PROCEDURE — Continued 

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT — Continued 

Administrative hearings reguired in grazing trespass 
cases are net an unlawful exercise of judicial power 
and meet constitutional requirements and the standards 
of the Administrative Procedure Act. The constitution- 
al requirement of due process is not violated merely 
because an administrative law judge is employed by the 
Department of the Interior. 



Eureau_of Land Management v. Ross Babcock. 
"(Sep't. 15"l977) 



32 IELA 17« 
8H I.E. 175 



The Secretarial instruction of Oct. 18, 1973, which 
mandates a showing by a Native allotment applicant of 
5 years of occupancy prior to a withdrawal of the land, 
was not required to be published as rulemaking since 
5 U.S.C. § 553(a) (2) (1970) exempts from its ambit mat- 
ters pertaining to public property. 

Heirs of Dorothy Gordon. 22 IBLA 213 (Oct. 15, 1975) 



The Secretarial guideline of Oct. 18, 1973, that a Na- 
tive allotment application should be rejected when the 
applicant fails to show 5 years of use and occupancy 
prior to a withdrawal of the land: (a) is not subject 
to the rulemaking provisions of the Administrative Pro- 
cedure Act, 5 U.S.C. § 553 (1970) ; and (b) is a proper 
exercise of the discretion vested in the Secretary by 
the Alaska Native Allotment Act, «3 U.S.C. 55 270-1 to 
270-3 (1970) , the application of which does not violate 
any right of the allotment applicant. 



Herman Joseph (On Reconsideration) , 22 

(Oct. 30, 1975) 



IBLA 266 



A cattle trespass decision rendered by an administra- 
tive law judge may be set aside and remanded where the 
decision does not include a statement of findings and 
conclusions, and the reasons or basis therefor, en all 
material issues of fact, law or discretion as required 
for initial decisions under 5 U.S.C. § 557 (1970) and 
i»3 CFR «.«75. 

United_States v. John J. Casejr, 22 IBLA 358 (Nov. 1U, 
19757 82 I.D. 5U£ 



Where the answer to a mining contest complaint denying 

the charges is not timely filed, the charges will be 

deemed admitted and the contest will be decided with- 
out a hearing. <I3 CFR U. "450-7 (a) . 



United States_v i Edison 
7?eb7 23,~1977J" 



Schaefer, 29 IBLA 8« 



Where an administrative law judge's decision contains 
a ruling, in a single sentence, on all of the proposed 
findings and conclusions submitted by a Farty to a 
hearing and the ruling on each finding and conclusion 
is clear, there is no requirement that the judge rule 
separately as to each of the proposed findings and 
conclusions. 



Under the circumstances of this case, appellant's 
paternity is not an issue cognizable by the Department 
in probating her mother's will. In accordance with 
sec. 8(b) of the Administrative Procedure Act findings 
should be limited to issues necessary to the disposi- 
tion of a case. 

A full and ttue disclosure of the facts was denied when 
only the presiding judge was permitted to ask questions 
of a crucial witness. This procedure violated sec. 
7(c) of the Administrative Procedure Act. 

Esta t e_o f _Re n a_Ma rie_Edae , 7 IBIA 5 3 (Apr. 25, 197 6) 



The Department of the 
to initiate a contest 
Procedure Act to dete 
mining claims. This 
1) trial by jury, 2) 
ing his censtitutiona 
contestant for the va 
to be invalid, or U) 
qualified counsel tc 
procedure does not vi 
due process, the Gene 
tive Procedure Act. 
case by counsel emplc 
propriate cases is pe 
may testify as witnes 
and secure mineral sa 
without a search warr 



Interior is lawfully empowered 
pursuant to the Administrative 
rmine the validity of unpatented 
procedure makes no provision for 
advice to the contestant cencern- 
1 rights, 3) compensation to the 
lue of the claim if it is found 
appointment by the Department of 
represent the contestant; and this 
olate constitutional guarantees of 
ral Mining Law, or the Administra- 
Presentation of the contestant's 
yed by the Forest Service in ap- 
rmissible, and Federal emplcyees 
ses, and may cenduct examinations 
mples on unpatented mining claims 
ant. 



U nit e d_S t a tes_ v. _ J o h n Gaya nlch , 
1978" 



36 IBLA 111 (July 10, 



United States_v._Leslie_Harlins_aj 
32 _ IBLA _ 29~lAug7 3l7 1977)" 



William Barling. 



Where a qualifying discovery of mineral has been made 
by a permittee during the term of a permit, a coal 
preference right lease application need not be rejected 
because it was filed after the permit expired. 

Thermal Energy Co. et al.. 36 IBLA 33« (Aug. 28, 1978) 



In an administrative hearing to determine the validity 
of a mining claim, the requirements of due process are 
satisfied when notice and opportunity for an impartial 
hearing are provided in accordance with the Administra- 
tive Procedure Act. 5 U.S.C. 5 551 et se_g. (1976). 

The procedures followed by the Department of the Inte- 
rior in the initiation, prosecution, and deciding of 
mining ccntest cases are in full compliance with the 
Administrative Procedure Act. 

U nite d States v. Paul P.^Fishgr and Buel £. Fisher, 
37 IELA eO (Sept. 227~1978) 



*£"Il!ISI£ilIV£_IROCED0RE — Continued 

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT— Continued 

A delay in taking action en an application foe exten- 
sion of a ccal prospecting permit while the Secretary 
formulates a new leasing policy does not violate the 
Administrative Frocedure Act, 5 U.S.C. 5 555(b) (1976), 
nor does it constitute an abuse of discretion which 
would create any rights net authorized by law. Nc 
hearing is required when the facts of a case are not 
in dispute and the only issues are questions of law. 

Sec. 9(b) of the Administrative Procedure Act, as 
amended, 5 U.S.C. * 558(c) (1976), does net apply to 
coal prospecting permit extension applications because 
the prospecting is not an "activity of a ccntinuing 
nature" within the meaning of the statute. As the Fed- 
eral Coal Leasing Amendments Act of 1975, 9C Stat. 
1083, 30 U.S.C. $ 201 (1976), removed the Secretary of 
the Interior's discretion to grant extensions, applica- 
tions for preference right leases filed after expira- 
tion of the initial 2-year permit term, and during 
pendency of extension applications, cannct be issued. 

(Oct. 18, 1978) 

85 I.D. 396 



Rosebud_Coa l_Sa les_Co . , 37 IBLA 25] 



ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE— Continued 

ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW— Continued 

The ultimate findings, conclusions and order of the 
administrative law judge will not be set aside upen 
administrative review where they are supported by su 
stantial evidence. 



Estate of Evans Inqatuah , 



[EIA 1C3 (July 29, 1975) 

82 I.e. 35; 



A decision by ELM to refrain from leasing certain lands 
for geothermal resources will be upheld when the record 
shows the decision to be a reasoned analysis cf the 
factors involved based upon considerations of public 
interest, and no sufficient reason tc disturb the deci- 
sion is shown. 



Southern Unicn Prodi 
1976)" 



California Geothermal. 



;ticn_COi» 21 IELA 5« (Sept. 23, 

, 37 IBLA 172 (Oct. 1C, 197e) 



Neither a Recreation and Public Purposes Act classifi- 
cation nor a withdrawal is a rule or regulation within 
the ambit of the Secretarial policy of Apr. 27, 1971, 
which provides for utilization of the public participa- 
tion procedures of 5 U.S.C. 4 553 (1976). 

Mining claims purportedly located on land not available 
for such location confer no property right upon the 
locator, and may be declared null and void ab initio 
without a hearing under 5 U.S.C. « 55« et seg. (1976). 

Delmer McLean et al., 10 IBLA 3U (Mar. 15, 1979) 



Eureau of Land Management Instruction Memorandum No. 
77-37 outlined a general policy fcr the assessment of 
additicnal rental on oil and gas lease offers pending 
when the rental rate was increased by regulation, but 
left to the discretion of the State Offices the partic- 
ular implementing procedures. Procedures used by a 
State Office which may be different from ether State 
Offices, but which dc not prejudice the offerors' right 
to receive cil and gas leases if leases are issued en 
the lands applied for, are not arbitrary and capricious 
as to require reversal of the decisicijs assessing addi- 
ticnal rental. 



Ea 



Gaither_et_al.., 32 IBLA 106 (Sept. 12, 1977) 



Whether the issuance of PLC No. 54U8, prohibiting oil 
and gas leasing in Alaska, without prior proposed rule- 
making is violative of the Administrative Procedure Act 
or of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act need not 
be decided; by such issuance the Secretary has enunci- 
ated a policy of rejecting mineral lease applications 
well within his discretionary authority. 

Bristol_Ba2_Native_Cor£ i , HI IBLA 85 (June «, 1979) 



The Board of Indian Appeals has authority to reverse 
findings of fact by an administrative law judge even 
when not clearly in error. But an administrative law 
judge will not be reversed when his decision turns upon 
findings concerning credibility, which in turn are 
based upon the demeanor of witnesses, and such findings 
are supported by substantial evidence. 



;re th 
tif yin 
;anced 



Estate_of Edward_Lockwood^ Jr. 
1979" " 



7 IBIA 271 (Nov. 20, 



ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW 

The ultimate findings and decision of the administra- 
tive law judge adopted by the Commissioner of Indian 
Affairs will not be set aside upon administrative re- 
view where they are supported by substantial evidence. 

*3»l!!istr^tive_A£^al_of_MariJnji_Top^se_h_Combs_JFlat2 
head Allottee No. 16M8) v. Commissioner of Indian 
AffairsT~U IBIA 27 (Apr.~28, 1975)" ~82 iTd. 18K 



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n the 
n rej 
ect o 
eal b 
lant 
ginal 



rent 
latic 
1977, 
isicn 
isicn 

offe 
ectin 
f bet 
efore 
now w 

requ 



of Land Management issued a decision 
essful lease offeror of the increased 
rate from $.50 to $1 per acre as per 
hange in «3 CFR 3103.3-2, effective 
d no right of appeal was granted from 
he offeror was net bound to appeal free 

order to preserve his priority status. 

took an appeal from a subsequent deci- 
he offer, that appeal suspended the 
LM decisions pending the result of the 
is Board and upon cur affirmation, ap- 

be given 15 days tc comply with the 
ments before his offer is rejected. 



Pa"l_Landis, 32 IBLA 37<l (Oct. 31, 1977) 



reau of Land Management issued a decisicn 
successful drawee in the simultaneous oil 
ng program of the increased advance rental 

cents to $1 per acre pursuant to a regula- 
effective Feb. 1, 1977, «3 CFR 3103.3-2, 

of appeal was granted from that decision, 
was not bound to appeal from that decision 
preserve his priority status. When the of- 
n appeal from a subseguent decisicn reject- 
r, that appeal suspended the effect cf both 
s pending the result of the appeal before 

Payment of the required increased rental 
ppeal period is deemed timely and a lease 



£eorae_Ga briel , 33 IELA HH (Nov. 25, 1977) 



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ADnlNIST8ATIVE_PR0CEDURE — Continued 

ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW— Cont inu ed 

The Boards of Appeal of the Department of the Interior 
have no authority to declare invalid a regulation of 
this Department. 

Do naia_E i _ Jordan , 35 IBLA 290 (June 2, 1978) 



ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE — Continued 
ADMINISTRATIVE REV IEW— Continued 



the direction cf the Assistant Secretary for Indian 
Affairs. 



EiSJ-Stat* In £ju» Mo^ic^fsterjtc Inc-^Fremcnt Energy 
Cor£ ia _Ivor_Adair, «1 IBLA 333 (July llT 19797 



Where the Board of Land Appeals has considered an appeal 
and rendered a final decision holding that a particular 
oil and gas lease offer was not proper and must te re- 
jected, the applicant may not thereafter appeal the 
matter to this Board merely because the Bureau of Land 
Management, in implementing the Board's decision, mis- 
takenly advised him that he had the right to such an 
appeal. The matter is res judicata, and the subsequent 
appeal must be dismissed. 

Where the Board of Land Appeals, ty a previous decision, 
has held that a particular oil and gas lease offer must 
be rejected, and the rejected applicant files suit for 
judicial review of that decision in the United States 
District Court, and also files a contemporaneous appeal 
to the Board from a BLM decision implementing the 
Board's decision, the Board will defer to the Court's 
jurisdiction and make no decision on the merits cf the 
appeal, which is subject to summary dismissal by the 
Board. 

Donald W ^_ Co^er _ J A£p.e 1 1 a n tl x _ Al f_je d_L . _Ea s te r da j 
JA ££ elleel, 36 IBLA 181 (July 31, 1978) 



The right tc administrative relief is a privilege af- 
forded by law to persons who consider themselves inter- 
ested or aggrieved. The burden is open the interested 
perscn tc act affirmatively tc protect perceived inter- 
ests. Such a person is not entitled to wait until all 
other interested persons act, tc speculate on the out- 
come, and then, if the decision is adverse, tc seek tc 
reopen the natter en his or her own behalf, when that 
perscn has been afforded notice of all the proceedings. 



Weste r n Slct e Gas C o. 
(Oct. 15, 1979) 



2£S i^eta t ionj. , «3 IBIA 259 



Upcn assuming jurisdiction of an appeal, the Ecard cf 
Land Appeals has full authority to consider the entire 
record in making a decision, and its review is not lim- 
ited to the theories of law upon which the parties have 
proceeded. 

United States v., Elbert, gg ssaway . «3 IBIA 382 (Cct. 31, 
1979) 



where the Board of Land Appeals has considered an ap- 
peal and rendered a final decision holding that certain 
coal prospecting permits have terminated and that no 
preference right to a coal lease is attached to any of 
them, an unapproved assignee of the permits may net 
thereafter appeal the matter to this Board following 
Bureau of Land Management notification to the permit- 
tees of this Board's decision. The matter is res 
judicata and such subsequent appeal must be dismissed, 
absent compelling legal or equitable considerations. 

£eabody_Coal_COj. , 36 IBLA 2«2 (Aug. 1«, 1978) 



where the Board of Land Appeals has considered an appeal 
and rendered a final decision holding that a particular 
oil and gas lease offer may properly be rejected for the 
reason that title to the lands involved was uncertain, 
and a new lease offer for the same lands is again re- 
jected for the same reason, the matter is res judicata, 
and the subsequent appeal is properly dismissed. 

N. L. Industries. Inc.. 37 IBLA 335 (Oct. 26, 1978) 



Where the holder of an oil and gas lease en the Cuter 
Continental Shelf has filed a suit in a Federal dis- 
trict court to recover certain royalties paid under his 
lease, the Board of Land Appeals will affirm a decision 
of the Director, Geological Survey, holding in abeyance 
the lessee's request for a refund while the suit is 
pending. 

Ten neco_0il_Co i , <tl IBLA 195 (June 22, 1979) 



A decision by the Bureau of Land Management canceling 
fee simple patents issued to Indians and simultaneously 
issuing new Indian trust patents is not subject to re- 
view by the Board of land Appeals, which has no juris- 
diction in the matter, where the decision was made at 



BURDEN OF PROOF 

When the Government contests a mining claim it bears 
only the burden of going forward with sufficient evi- 
dence to establish a prima facie case; the burden of 
going forward then shifts to the claimant to shew by a 
preponderance of the evidence that his claim is valid. 

Hhen a Government mineral examiner testifies that he 
has examined the exposed workings on a claim witbeut 
finding sufficient mineral values tc support the dis- 
covery of a valuable mineral deposit, a prima facie 
case of lack of discovery has been made; the Govern- 
ment's mineral examiner is not obliged to explore 
beyond the current workings of a mining claimant in 
attempting tc verify a discovery. 

United States v. Herbert Clark. 18 IBIA 368 (Jan. 30, 
1975) 



A determination by a district manager of the grazing 
capacity of lands offered for a sec. 15 grazing lease 
will not be overturned in the absence of a clear show- 
ing cf error. The burden of proof is upon the party 
challenging such determination tc show that the deci- 
sion is erroneous or that he has net been dealt with 
fairly. 

John I. Murtha. 19 IBLA 97 (Mar. «, 1975) 

Ka§S£_Br other s , 2« IBLA 265 (Mar. 29, 1976) 



In a mining contest a mining claimant is the true pro- 
ponent under the Administrative Procedure Act, 5 U.S.C. 
4 556(d) (1970), of a rule or order that he has complied 
with the mining laws, and he has the ultimate burden cf 
proof — the risk of nenpersuasion — to show by a prepon- 
derance of the evidence that there is a valuable iin- 
eral deposit on the claim, when the Government has made 
a prima facie case cf lack of such a discovery. 

5. HcKenzie. 20 IBIA 38 



A_B___S_8_TIVE_PB0_E__JBE-- Continued 

BOBDEB OF PBOOP—Continoed 

When the Government contests a lining claim en a charge 
of no discovery, it bears the burden of gcing forward 
with sufficient evidence to establish a prima facie 
case; the burden then shifts to the claiiant to shew by 
a preponderance of the evidence that a discovery has 
been made. 

where a Government mineral examiner testifies that be 
has examined a clan and found the mineral values 
insufficient to support a finding of discovery, a priia 
facie case of invalidity has been established. 



jjjjjtfd_stat.es v. Charles J . 
352 (June 11, 1975) 



United Sta tes y, C 
1976) 



Iver et al.. 20 IEIA 
1 Bellamy . 25 IBLA 50 {Hay 1«, 
Onlted States v. Buss Knecht. 39 IBLA 8 (Jan. 8, 1979) 



ACHINISTBATIVE PBOCiDUBE— Ccntinued 
EUBCEH OF PBOOF — Continued 



discovery wcrk for claimants or to explore beyor 
claimant's workings. 



Dnited States v. But h Arcand et al. . 23 IEIA 22( 
"(Jan. 9, 1976) 



Un ited States v. Edward T. HcHenry et al. , U3 IBIA 12; 
(Sect. 26, 1979) 



An applicant under the Color of Title Act, 13 U.S.C. 
« 1068 (1970), has the burden to establish to the 
Secretary of the Interior's satisfaction that the 
statutory conditions for purchase under the Act have 
been met. 



J ean ne 



terresteqny. 23 IELA 358 (Jan. 23, 1976) 

83 I.C. 23 



Hhen the Government contests a mining claim on a charge 
of no discovery, it bears the burden of going forward 
with sufficient evidence to establish a prima facie 
case; the burden then shifts to the claimant to show 
by a preponderance of the evidence that a discovery 
has been made. 



where 
has ex 
insuff 
prima 
Govern 
form d 
a clai 

OJlited. 
(Aug. : 



a Government mineral examiner testifies that he 
amined a claim and found the mineral values 
icient to support a finding of discovery, a 
facie case of invalidity has been established, 
ment mineral examiners are not reguired to per- 
iscovery work for claimants or to explore beyond 
mant's workings. 



Sta._es._v_._C. 



Hallenbeck et al., 21 IBLA 296 



Dnited 
Re_nde 



_S^te__j.__Bi_ha___C__R__M!_er_3__nd_C_rol_J_. 
r_, 26 IBLA 131 (July 30, 1976) 



Sl!ite__States_ 



Becker. 33 IBLA 301 (Jan. 10, 



Onited 
(Aug. 



§tates_y_ »esl___C____.les__Sr_., 
3, 1978) 



36 IBLA 213 



when the Government contests a mining claim and estab- 
lishes a prima facie case that contestee has not made 
a discovery of a locatable mineral deposit, the burden 
devolves on contestee to establish by a preponderance 
of the evidence that the claim has been validated by 
the discovery of a locatable mineral deposit. 

A bog iron ore deposit does not meet the prudent man/ 
marketability test where the evidence shows that con- 
testee could only develop the iron deposit for sale for 
metallurgical uses after further exploration to estab- 
lish a higher grade or greater tonnage of ore, or open 
future favorable developments in the iron ore market. 

iJi>it_d_St__:es_v__Ther_ S a_E__Bobin_on, 21 IBLA 363 

(Aug. 25, 1975) 82 I.C. «1« 



Hhen the Government contests a mining claim en a charge 
of lack of discovery of a valuable mineral deposit, it 
has assumed the burden of going forward with sufficient 
evidence to establish a prima facie case; the burden 
then shifts to the claimant to show by a preponderance 
of the evidence that a discovery has been made. 

Where a Government mineral examiner testifies that he 
has examined a claim and found the mineral values in- 
sufficient to support a finding of discovery, a prima 
facie case of invalidity has been established. Gov- 
ernment mineral examiners are not reguired to perform 



When the Government contests a mining claim, it has as- 
sumed the burden cf presenting a prima facie case that 
the claim is invalid; when it has done so, the burden 
then devolves on the mining claimant to prove by a pre- 
ponderance cf the evidence that the claim is valid. 



United States, v.. Robert W. Beal . 
1976) 



23 IELA 378 (Fet. «, 



Applicaticns for phosphate prospecting permits are 
properly rejected by the Bureau of Land Banagement 
upen the tasis of a determination by the Geological 
Survey that the lands applied for contain workable de- 
posits of phosphate thus making the lands subject to 
the leasing provisions rather than the prospecting pro- 
visiens of the Bineral Leasing Act. A review of the 
technical data relied upen by the Geclogical Survey in 
making its determination is net reguired where no evi- 
dence is submitted en appeal demonstrating error in 
that determination. 

William P. Hartin. 2« IBLA 271 (Bar. 30, 1976) 



When a Gcvernment mineral examiner testifies that he 
has examined the exposed workings on a claim without 
finding sufficient mineral values to support the dis- 
covery of a valuable mineral deposit, a prima facie 
case of lack of discovery has been made. 

Unit ed States v. John B. Tappan, Jr.. et al.. 2 5 I EI J 
1 (Hay 5, 1976) 



when the United States contests a mining claim it has 
by practice assumed only the burden of going forward 
with sufficient evidence to establish a prima facie 
case en the charges in the contest complaint; the 
burden then shifts to the contestee to refute, by a 
preponderance of the evidence, the Government's case. 

The United States has established a prima facie case 
cf the invalidity of a mining claim when a gualified 
Government mining examiner testifies that he has 
examined the claim and found the mineral values in- 
sufficient tc support the discovery of a valuable 
mineral deposit. 



United States v. Bobert L. Taylor 
1976) 



25 IELA 21 (ray 5, 



ADMIi!ISTRATIVl_FROCECUBE~Continue( 
BURDEN OF PROOF — Continued 




U n it ed_ States v._Alex_Bechthold, 25 IBLA 77 (Jur 
1976)" 

JJnited-States.y. J2mma_imzaJbejUh_Con^^ 

j°llgl~ag_t he Heirs of R. W. Speer. a Last Known Eitec- 

i°£_° f the_Arlin3ton_Gold_Binina_Co i (Contestee) . 

31 IBLA 173 (July 5, 1977) 



RATIVE PROCEDURE — Continued 

EUBDEN CF PROOF — Continued 

A lode mining claim for barite is properly declared null 
and void in the absence of a showing of a discover; on 
the claim of a deposit of barite which wculd warrant a 
prudent man in further expending his labor and means 
in the reasonable expectation of developing a valuable 
■ine. Evidence of mineralization which may justify 
further exploration is not sufficient to establish 
that a discovery of a valuable mineral deposit has 
been made. 

Once the Government has established in a mining claim 
contest a prima facie case that the claims are not val- 
id fci lack of discovery, the burden shifts to the con- 
testee to prcve the discovery of a valuable mineral 
deposit by a preponderance of the evidence. 

Uni^ ed_Sta_t.es v., Howa rd S. BcKen zie. 29 IBLA 270 
(Har. 28, 1977) 



When the Government contests a mining claim, by prac- 
tice it has assumed the burden of going fcrward with 
sufficient evidence to establish a prima facie case; 
the burden of going forward then shifts tc the claim- 
ant to show by a preponderance of the evidence that 
his claim is valid. Likewise, a millsite claimant 
has the burden of establishing the validity of his 
claim by a preponderance cf the evidence. 

A prima facie case of lack of discovery within a min- 
ing claim is established when a Government mineral 
examiner testified that he has examined the claim and 
found mineralization insufficient to support a finding 
of discovery. 



Unitea_States 
Dietemann 



Aloys A. Dietemann and Doris E. L. 
26 IBLA 356 (Sept.~8, 1976) 



In a Government contest of the validity of a mining 
claim it is the claimants who are the true proponents 
of a rule or order, namely, that they have complied 
with the mining laws and have gualified tc receive 
fee title to the land. 

United States v. J. R. Osborne et al. (Supp. on 
Jy3icial_Remandl, 28 IBLA 13 (Nov. 8, 1976) 



One challenging the accuracy of an appraisal of water 
based on fair market value must show by substantial 
evidence the nature of the alleged error; where the ap- 
praisal has been conducted in accordance with generally 
accepted appraisal principles, allegations of error un- 
supported by evidence will be given little weight. 

Park Center_Water_District and The Canon Heigh ts Irri- 
aationlandlRiiirvoirlco., 28 IBLA 368 (FebT~3, 1977) 

8U I.D. 87 



When the Government has presented a prima facie case cf 
lack of discovery of a valuable mineral deposit on a 
mining claim, the mining claimant then has the burden 
of establishing by a preponderance of the evidence 
that the discovery test has been met. Consequently, 
the ultimate burden of proving discovery is always 
upon the mining claimant. 



United States v. George J. Hunt, and A. H. 
29 IBLA 86 '{Feb. 237" 1977)"" 



.Goodwin, 



In a Government contest challenging the validity cf min- 
ing claims lccated for a clay-type material, an ade- 
quate prima facie case is established where there are 
expert witness opinions that the deposit is only a 
Conner clay cr shale and it cannot meet refractory 
standards. Ihe contestees then must go forward with 
evidence tc rebut the Government's case with a prepon- 
derance of the evidence. 

United States v. Thomas J. feck et al.. 29 IELA 357 
(Har7~31, 19777 8« I.E. 137 



When the Government contests a mining claim en a charge 
of no discovery, it assumes the burden of going forward 
with sufficient evidence to establish a prima facie 
case; the burden then shifts to the claimant to show by 
a preponderance of the evidence that a discovery has 
been made and still exists within the limits of the 
claim. 

United. States v t Fred and Eileen Garner. 30 IELA «2 
(Apr. 18, 1977) 



United States v. Richard 
(June 7, 1977) 



United States 
32 IBLA 29 (Aug 




Walls . 30 IELA 333 

nd William Harlinq , 
alp. 33 IBLA 2U8 (Jan. 5, 



United States v. C lark J. Guild et al.. 30 IEIA 367 
(Hay 3,~1978) 

United States_v_ Con Lee Seto- and Pauline Setc. 3 5 IBLA 
M (Hay 3, 1978) 

United States. v t . Hilton Wichner. 35 IBLA 200 (Hay 30, 
1978) 

United States v. Catherin e E. Gay. 36 IELA 1U8 
"(July 3lT"l978" 

United_States v__John_A. Coole y. U3 IELA 276 (Oct. 15, 
1979J 



Although the Government has assumed the burden cf proof 
in mining claim contests of presenting a prima facie 
case of lack of discovery, once it has done so, the 
burden shifts to the claimant to prove by a preponder- 
ance of the evidence the discovery of a valuable min- 
eral deposit. A prima facie case is established when 



AfiJ3IJ!ISTBATIVE_ER0£lEUBE — Continued 

BURDEN OF PROOF — Continued 

a Government mineral examiner testifies that she exam- 
ined the claim and could find no evidence shewing the 
discovery of a valuable mineral deposit. 

United States_v i _Gwendoljn_BcClur_g_et_ali, 31 I EI A 8 
"(June 15, 1977) 



Where the Government contests a mining claim, it has 
assumed only the burden of going forward with suffi- 
cient evidence to establish a prima facie case; the 
burden then shifts to the claimant to show by a prepon- 
derance of the evidence that his claim is valid. Where 
a Government mineral examiner testifies that he exten- 
sively examined the claims and workings thereon, and 
had assayed numerous samples taken from the claims but 
found no evidence of a valuable mineral deposit that 
would support a discovery, a prima facie case of lack 
of a mineral discovery has been made. 

United_States v. &j._0. _Ba r tel 1 , 31 IBLA 17 (June 23, 
1977) 



Where the Government contests mining claims en a charge 
of lack of discovery of a valuable mineral deposit pri- 
or to the date when such minerals were nc longer sub- 
ject to such location, the Government must initially 
present sufficient evidence to establish a prima facie 
case. The burden then shifts to the claimant to show 
by a preponderance of credible evidence that a discov- 
ery has been made on each claim. 

Where the expert witnesses called by the Government 
testify that prior to July 23, 1955, there was no prof- 
itable market fcr common variety minerals from the sub- 
ject claims and that it would have been economic folly 
to undertake the development a mine therecn, a prima 
facie case of invalidity has been made. Thereafter, 
upon the failure of the claimant to prove the contrary 
by a preponderance of credible evidence, a determina- 
tion that the claims are invalid is obligatory. 

United Sta tes v. Frank and Wa nitaj Mellnzzo (Supp. on 

Jud jxia 1_ Be man dl , 32 IBLA~<46 (Sept. 2, 1977) 



In mining claim contests, the United States has assumed 
the burden of establishing a prima facie case that no 
discovery has been made on the mining claims by the 
contestee; the burden of proof then shifts to the con- 
testee to show by a preponderance of the evidence that 
a discovery has been made and still exists within the 
limits of each mining claim. Evidence which may jus- 
tify further exploration is insufficient either to es- 
tablish a discovery or to overcome a prima facie case 
of lack of discovery. 

A prima facie case of lack of discovery of a valuable 
mineral deposit is established when a mineral examiner 
testifies for the United States that he examined each 
claim and could find no evidence showing the discovery 
of a valuable mineral deposit. 

When a mineral examiner testifies for the United States 
that a discovery has not been made on a mining claim, 
his opinion must be based on a proper factual founda- 
tion. However, he is not reguired to perform discovery 
work, to explore or sample beyond a claimant's workings, 
or to excavate or rehabilitate any purportedly mineral- 
ized area which is concealed by overburden or is other- 
wise difficult of access. Under proper circumstances, 
the testimony of the mineral examiner may establish a 
prima facie case of lack cf discovery even though he 
was not physically on each mining claim. 

auitei_S^ates_v._aobert^ i _mjkJc^JBeais^ered_Ac(entl x 
Valumjnes,, Inc., et al. . 32 IBLA 155 (Sept. 12, 1977) 



ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE — Continued 

EURCEN OF PROOF—Ccntinued 

After holding a hearing pursuant tc the Administrative 
Frocedure Act, an administrative law judge may properly 
find that a person has committed a grazing trespass if 
that finding is in accordance with and supported ty re- 
liable, probative, and substantial evidence. Because a 
grazing trespass proceeding is net a criminal proceed- 
ing, it need not be proved beyond a reasonable doubt 
that a particular individual committed the trespass. 

Bureau cf Land Management v. Boss Babcock. 32 IBIA 17U 
(Sept. 15, 1977) " 80 I.E. 075 



When the Government contests a mining claim en a charge 
of no discovery, it has by practice assumed the burden 
cf going forward with sufficient evidence tc establish 
a prima facie case; when it has done so, the burden 
shifts tc the claimant to show by a preponderance cf 
the evidence that a discovery has been made and still 
exists within the limits of the claim. 

United States (Contestant ) v. Earl Frisco and Sandra S. 
Young, (Ccntestees) . 32 IBLA 2Me (Sept. 21. 1977) 

United.States v. Eeatrice Ann Johnscn. 33 IEIA 121 
(Dec. 19, 1977) 



Where a Government mineral examiner testifies that he 
has examined a claim and found the mineral values in- 
sufficient tc support a finding of discovery, a prima 
facie case cf invalidity has been established. 



United States y. Roger. and Stephanie Cichetti , 3 6 
12U (July 25, 1978) 



[Eli 



Where a Government mineral examiner testifies that he 
has examined a mining claim and found the mineral val- 
ues insufficient to support a finding of discovery, a 
prima facie case of invalidity has been established. 
Where the claimant presents evidence of returns which 
are so meager that they will not attract the labor and 
means of a person of ordinary prudence, he has failed 
to prove by a preponderance of the evidence that his 
claim is valid, and it is properly declared null and 
void. 

Unit ed State s v. Joseph L a rse n, a n d_ Fe r r i s_ L a r se n , 
36 IBLA 130 "(July 25. 1978) 



When the Government contests a mining claim en a charge 
of lack of discovery cf a valuable mineral deposit, it 
has assumed the burden of going forward with sufficient 
evidence to establish a prima facie case; the burden 
then shifts to the claimant to show by a prependerance 
of the evidence that a discovery has been made. 

Where a Government mineral examiner testifies that he 
has examined a claim and found the mineral values in- 
sufficient tc support a finding of discovery, a prima 
facie case of validity has been established. Govern- 
ment mineral examiners are not reguired to perform 
discovery wcrk for claimants or to explore beyond a 
claimant's wcrkings. 

United, States_y, Florence J. flattox. 36 IEIA 171 
(July 31. 1978) 

United States v. Emmett C . Harde r. 12 IEIA 206 
(Aug. 22. 1979) 



ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE— Con tinued 

BURDEN CF PROOF — Continued 

In a mining claim contest, no weight will be given to 
claimant's allegation that the Government's mineral 
examiner failed to sample the discovery pcint or the 
best mineral showings, where the claimant was invited 
to indicate his discovery to the examiner and failed to 
do so, and where he also failed to introduce convincing 
evidence of his own that a discovery had teen made. 



!inited_S ta tes_ v^.La r r^_ Jose£h_Timm , 
(Aug. 23, 1978) 



36 IBLA 316 



When the Government contests a mining claim on a charge 
of no discovery, it has by practice assumed the burden 
of going forward with sufficient evidence to establish 
a prima facie case; the burden then shifts to the claim- 
ant to show by a preponderance of the evidence that a 
discovery has been made and still exists within the 
limits of the claim. 



U ni i ed_Sta t e s_ v . _ And r e wJL.. _Fr ee se_ 1 1 , 
(Sept. 6, 1978) 



37 IBLA 7 



In mining claim contest. Government must only go for- 
ward with evidence to establish prima facie case of nc 
discovery of valuable mineral deposits, and burden then 
shifts to mining claimant to prove by preponderance of 
evidence that his claim is valid. 

Government has established prima facie case when its 
mineral examiner testifies that he has examined mining 
claims in issue and found mineral values insufficient 
to support finding of discovery of valuable deposits. 



U Bi ted_St a tes_v . _B ichae l_B i _Ha r ij n , 
(Sept. 18, 1978) 



37 IBLA 68 



In challenging the Government resurvey, appellant has 
the burden of establishing by clear and ccnvincing 
evidence that the resurvey is not an accurate retrace- 
ment and reestatlishment cf the lines of the original 
survey. 

B§Lb£l_£i_ Vernon , 37 IBLA 226 (Oct. 16, 1978) 



The Government has established a prima facie case of a 
lack of discovery, thus shifting the burden of proving 
a discovery onto the mining claimant, when an expert 
witness testifies that he has examined the claim and 
has found the mineral values insufficient tc support a 
finding of discovery. 



United States v. John S. 
1978) 



.Eorter, 37 IBLA 313 (Oct. 25, 



When the Government contests a mining claim on a charge 
of no discovery it has assumed the burden of going 
forward with sufficient evidence to establish a prima 
facie case. The burden then shifts to the claimants to 
show by a preponderance of the evidence that a discov- 
ery has been made. 

United States_v.. Loren E. Burns et al., 38 IBLA 97 
7mov.~20, 1978) 



»£"Ii!ISIJMIII_PR2CICURE — Continued 

BORDEN OF PROOF — Continued 

Cnce the Government has established a prima facie case 
that no disccvery of a valuable mineral deposit has 
been made within a mining claim, the burden of proof 
shifts to the contestee to establish by a preponderance 
cf the evidence the existence of a discovery. 



United States,;., . Jack C. Harris 
38 IBLA 137 (Nov. 29, 1978) 



.iill-I^-Har ris , 



Applicant has burden of establishing entitlement to 
headquarters site claim, and must demonstrate that be 
has ccmplied with statute and regulations. 



United_States_v i . 
(Dec. l<t, 1978) 



United States v. 
19797" 



lilson. 38 IBLA 3C5 
!££!_ JajE-Jus h • B0 IBLh 106 (Bar. 



Where arguably conflicting uses of the public lands ai 
at issue and the matter has been committed to the dis- 
cretion cf the BLH, the Board will uphold the decisiot 
of the BLR resolving the conflict unless appellant has 
shown that the ELM did not adequately consider all cf 
the factors involved, including whether less stringent 
alternatives would accomplish the intended purpcse, oi 
that there is sufficient reason to change the result. 

California. Ass'n.of Four-wheel Drive Clubs et al., 
38 IELA 361 (Dec. 29, 1978) 



The burden cf proving a valid color of title claim is 
on the claimant. Where it cannot be said from the 
evidence presented that the grantors and grantees in 
the claimant's chain of title acquired a parcel cf land 
with the bona fide belief that the parcel included all 
the land claimed, the color of title application must 
be denied. 

Hable H, Farlow_JCn_Beconsidg^atipn...after.|ea.rin3l , 
39 IBLA 15 (Jan. 11, 1979) 86 I.E. 22 



A district manager's decision reached 
of administrative discretion pursuant 
Grazing Act cf 193U may be regarded a 
capricious cnly where it is not suppo 
raticnal basis and the burden is on t 
show by substantial evidence that the 
proper. A district manager's decisio 
a grazing lease for a certain area un 
fenced and tc reduce appellant's AUB' 
rests en a rational basis where the f 
this unfenced area adjoins the bombin 
ing thereon could result in trespass 
range, incensistent with the use of t 



in the exercise 
to the Taylor 
s arbitrary cr 
rtable on any 
he appellant tc 

decision is im- 
n not to reissue 
til that area is 
s accordingly 
acts show that 
g range and graz- 
cn the bombing 
he range. 



Colyi n C attle Co.. Inc.. 39 IBLA 176 (Jan. 30, 1979) 



After holding a hearing pursuant to the Administrative 
Procedure Act, an administrative law judge may properly 
find that a person has committed a grazing trespass if 
that finding is in accordance with and supported by re- 
liable, probative and substantial evidence. 

g"£gai^of_L^nd_Bana3ement_v A _Hoiland_Livestock Ranch 
et.ali. 39 IELA 272 (Feb. 15, 1979) 86 I.C. 133 



ADMINISTRATJ 



!E--Continued 



BUBDEH OP PBOOF — Continued 

In a contest proceeding the Government has the burden 
of establishing a prima facie case of noncompliance 
with the reguireaents for trade and aanuf acturing, and 
headquarters sites. The burden then shifts to the ap- 
plicant to show by a preponderance of the evidence 
that he has used, occupied, and improved the sites for 
trade, manufacture, or other productive industry. 



flnited.States.v, 
(Feb. 27, 1979) 



^ack_Zemmy_Boy.d_ t _Jr a . 39 IE1A 321 



ADBI HIST BATHE PBCCiCOBf— Continued 

BOBDEM OF PBOOF — Continued 

When the Government contests a lining claim en a charge 
of lack of discovery, the Government has the burden of 
proving a prima facie case; the burden then shifts to 
the lining claimant to prove by a preponderance of the 
evidence that discovery exists. 



Cnite c 



led G. ti, «3 IBLA 1<»6 (Sept. 28, 1979) 



Onjted StateS,.y 1 _Balih.,Pa ge e t al .. «3 IEIA 39( 
(Oct- 31, 1979) 



The Government has established a prima facie case of i 
lack of discovery, thus shifting the burden of gcing 
forward, when an expert witness testified that he has 
examined the claim and has found the mineral value in- 
sufficient to support a finding of discovery. 



United_§ tat es_v._Ieii£es t_ B l n ins_Cg i , 
(Apr. 27, 1979) 



l»0 IBLA 297 



Broad discretion is committed to an agency in interpret- 
ing regulations. A party challenging an interpretation 
and the administrative application thereof nust demon- 
strate that the interpretation is unreasonable and that 
the agency's application lacks a rational foundation. 

Harry A. Zuckerman et al., «1 IBLA 372 (July 23, 1979) 



When the Government contests a mining claim on a charge 
of lack of discovery of a valuable mineral deposit, it 
has assumed the burden of going forward with sufficient 
evidence to establish a prima facie case. Where a Gov- 
ernment mineral examiner testifies that he has examined 
a claim and found the guantity of minerals insufficient 
to support a finding of discovery, a prima facie case of 
invalidity has been established and the burden shifts to 
the claimants to show by a preponderance of the evidence 
that a discovery has been made. Government mineral ex- 
aminers are not required to perform discovery work for 
a claimant or to explore beyond a claimant's workings. 

The entire evidentiary record in a mining contest is 
considered and if evidence presented by a contestee is 
damaging to the contestee's case it may be used against 
the contestee regardless of any deficiencies in the 
Government's presentation. Therefore, regardless of 
whether the Government established a prima facie case 
of lack of discovery, if the entire record establishes 
that a discovery was not made on a claim it is prcperly 
declared null and void. 

United States v. William lavon Chappell et al,, 
142 IBLA 7« "(Aug. 13, 19797 



The burden of establishing a valid color of title claii 
is on the claimant. 



Jge_I. Sanchez and Celina, V. Sanchez,., et_al. , «2 IBLA 
176 (Aug. 22, 1979) 



In review proceedings of notices of violation and ces- 
sation orders, the burden of going forward to establish 
a prima facie case rests with OSH and the ultimate bur- 
den of persuasion rests with the applicant for review. 



In a contest proceeding the Government has the burden 
of establishing a prima facie case of noncompliance 
with the requirements for trade and manufacturing 
sites. The burden then shifts to the applicant to show 
by a preponderance of the evidence that he used, occu- 
pied, and improved the site for trade, manufacture, or 
other productive industry. 



United States v, Graha 
loct7~297~1979) 



Keith Ward. «3 IBLA 33 3 



When the Government contests a mining claim on a charge 
of lack of discovery of a valuable mineral deposit, it 
has assumed the burden of gcing forward with sufficient 
evidence to establish a prima facie case. Where a Gov- 
ernment mineral examiner testifies that he has exaiined 
a claim and found the guantity of minerals insufficient 
to support a finding of discovery, a prima facie case 
cf invalidity has been established and the burden 
shifts to the claimants to show by a preponderance of 
the evidence that a discovery has been made. 



Unit ed States v. John B. 1 
(Oct. 29, 1979) 



;t al. . 13 IEIA 363 



ng 

o ex- 
t is 

ry 

neral 



A Government mineral examiner in evaluating a mini 
claim is not reguired to perform discovery work, t 
plore or sample beyond a claimant's workings and i 
incumbent upon the mining claimant tc keep disceve 
points available for inspection by a Government mi 
examiner. While it is true that under proper circ 
stances, the testimony of the mineral examiner may 
tablish a prima facie case of lack cf discovery ev 
though he was not physically en each mining claim, 
the case at bar we need not decide whether a prima 
facie case was made by contestant since the tctali 
of the evidence establishes invalidity cf the clai 



When the Government contests a mining claim on a charge 
of nc discovery, it has by practice assumed the burden 
of going forward with sufficient evidence tc establish 
a prima facie case; when it has done so, the burden 
shifts tc the claimant to show by a preponderance of 
the evidence that a discovery has been made and still 
exists within the limits of the claim. 

The Eoard prcperly adopts a decision of an administra- 
tive law judge holding mining claims null and vcid for 
lack of discovery of certain minerals, i.e., gold, sil- 
ver, iron, titanium, feldspar, mica, silica refractory 
clay, stcnewcrk clay, refractory sand and glass, where 
nondiscovery is established by the totality of the 
evidence. 



United States 

1U2 (Nov. 3C, 1979) 



\H IEIA 



Dean Trucking Co.. Inc. 



1 IBSHA 229 (Sept. 11, 1979) 

86 I.D. l»37 



ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE — Continued 
BDEDEN OF PBOOF — Continued 



ACHINISTBATIyg. PROCEDURE — Continued 
DECISIONS — Continued 



When the Government contests a lining claim, located 
on land withdrawn frog mineral entry, the burden of 
presenting a prima facie case is satisfied by the tes- 
timony of a well qualified mineral examiner that he has 
examined the exposed workings on a claim without find- 
ing sufficient mineral values to support a conclusion 
there was a discovery of a valuable mineral deposit 
either at the time of the withdrawal or at the time of 
his inspections. 



Uni ted States v. Cecilia Fuccinelli. 
(Dec. 19, 1979) 



IBLA 266 



After holding a hearing pursuant to the Administrative 
Frocedure Act, an administrative law judge may properly 
find that a person has committed a grazing trespass if 
that finding is in accordance with and supported by re- 
liable, probative, and substantial evidence. Eecause a 
grazing trespass proceeding is not a criminal proceed- 
ing, it need not be proved beyond a reasonable doubt 
that a particular individual committed the trespass. 



(Sept. 



) f Lan d Ha naqen 
15, 1977) 



s s B abcock , 



32 IEIA 17« 
8« I.E. U75 



when the Government contests a mining claim on a charge 
of no discovery of a valuable mineral deposit it as- 
sumes the burden of going forward with sufficient evi- 
dence to establish a prima facie case; when it has done 
so, the burden shifts to the claimant to show by a pre- 
ponderance of the evidence that a discovery has been 
made and still exists within the limits of the claim. 



flSited_States_v i _£nox-Arizona_Co£E i 
(Dec. 31, 1979) 



HH IEIA 297 



DECISIONS 

A cattle trespass decision rendered by an administra- 
tive law judge may be set aside and remanded where the 
decision does not include a statement of findings and 
conclusions, and the reasons or basis therefor, en all 
material issues of fact, law or discretion as reguired 
for initial decisions under 5 O.3.C. * 557 (1970) and 
«3 CFR U.U75. 

Where a grazing district cattle trespass complaint re- 
fers to previous trespasses by the base property owner, 
he is served with the complaint, and the record indi- 
cates he intervened at the hearing therecn but the de- 
cision issued makes no mention thereof, the decision 
appealed from may be set aside and remanded for 
clarification. 



United States_v. John J. C ase y 
1975) 



22 IBLA 358 (Nov. 1U, 

82 I.E. 5«6 



When the Bureau of Land Hanagement rejects geothermal 
lease offers on the mistaken basis that the lands 
embraced within the offers are situated within a par- 
ticular critical natural area excluded from leasing, 
but in fact the lease offers are for lands not within 
that critical natural area but may be in ancther, the 
cases must be remanded for further consideration be- 
cause the decisions fail to disclose a prcper basis 
for rejection of the lease offers. 

K±rk_<i L ejne , 2" IBLA 113 (Bar. 1, 1976) 



When the Bureau of Land Ranagement rejects geothermal 
lease offers on the basis that the lands embraced 
within the offers are situated within a critical natu- 
ral area excluded from leasing, but the record indi- 
cates the basis for rejection may be that the lands 
applied for are associated with historic trails where 
leasing activity has been approved subject to protec- 
tive stipulations, the decisions will be set aside and 
the cases remanded for further clarification and con- 
sideration by the Bureau to determine whether the lands 
should be leased subject to protective stipulations. 

Christian F. Hurer. 24 IBLA 383 (Apr. 29, 1976) 



Where, in Alaska, a settlement or occupancy claim is 
initiated by the filing of a location notice which is 
acceptable on its face at a time when the land is open 
to the establishment of such a claim, the notice cf 
location is acceptable for recordation by the BLH. But 
whether the ELM chooses to record the location notice 
is totally immaterial to a consideration of the valid- 
ity of the claim, and BLH decisions purporting to ad- 
judicate the validity of any such claim should address 
that issue en its merits rather than the acceptability 
of the notice for recordation. 



John D. Ketsc h er. Alfred L . DeCicco , 
(Sept. 21, 1977) 



32 IBLA 235 



A mining claim will be declared null and void where the 
Eoard's de novo review of the evidence submitted at a 
bearing, held in accordance with the previsions of the 
Administrative Procedure Act and presided over by an 
administrative law judge gualified under the Act, es- 
tablishes that the claimant has not satisfied the re- 
quirements of discovery, and there was no error in the 
conduct of the proceeding. 



B.P.JtgJ. States v. Ei 

Anderson. 32 IELA 361 (Oct. 



yen and Richard J. I. 
25, 1977) 



Where a decision calls upon an applicant to supply 
certain documents and make certain showings in support 
cf its mineral patent application or face rejection of 
the application, and en appeal it is established that 
all cf the documents and evidence called for had al- 
ready been furnished by the applicant and incorporated 
in the case record, where they were apparently over- 
looked by those who examined the application, the deci- 
sion will be reversed. 



Alaska Placer Co. 



33 IBLA 187 (Dec. 21, 1977) 

8« I.E. 990 



After holding a hearing pursuant to the Administrative 
Procedure Act, an administrative law judge may prcperly 
find that a person has committed a grazing trespass if 
that finding is in accordance with and supported by re- 
liable, probative and substantial evidence. 

E ure au of Land Hanagement v. Holland livestock Ranch 
Si_ali. 39 IELA 272 (Feb. 15, 1979) 86 I.E. 133 



An administrative law judge in rendering a decisicn 
need not make a separate ruling on each finding of fact 
and ccnclusicn of law. It is sufficient if the deci- 
sion summarizes the controlling principles of law and 
the testimony cf witnesses relative thereto and ex- 
plains why appellants' evidence was insufficient to 
meet the legal test for a discovery of valuable 
mineral. 



United S tates v. Jo 
1U2 (Nov. 3C, 1979) 



pmers and Claire Kelly. «H IELA 



A DMINISTRATIVE_EBOCECUBE— Continued 

HEARING EXAMINEES 

In order to sustain a charge that an administrative la> 
judge should be disqualified or his decision set aside 
for bias, a substantial shoving of personal bias aust 
be made. 



United_States_y i _Paul_P i _Bisher_ 
37 IBLA 80 (Sept. 22, 1978) 



and Buel E. Fisher , 



In order to sustain a charge that an administrative law 
judge should be disqualified or his decisicn set aside 
because of bias, a substantial showing of personal bias 
must be made. An assumption that he might be predis- 
posed in favor of the Government is not sufficient. 



UJ!i!ea_States_v.t_Lerox 
(?eb. 28, 1979) 



1EARINGS 



5i_ Joh n sog_et_al i , 39 IBLA 337 



ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE — Cc n t i n ued 

HEARINGS— Continued 

A icticn fci remand of a lining claim contest fcr far- 
ther hearing on the grounds of prejudicial surprise, 
based upcn Government counsel's failure tc supplement 
interrogator j answers listing witnesses and exhibits 
as ordered in lieu cf prehearing conference, will be 
denied where ccntestee's counsel ignored repeated of- 
fers of continuance made at various stages of the 
hearing. 



United States v. Theres 
"(AugT 25, 197 5)" 



Robinson 



21 IBLA 363 

82 I.C. <4lU 



A request fcr a bearing in connecticn with an appeal 
will net be granted where undisputed facts are cf 
record, and the detemi nation rests en legal conclu- 
sions based en such facts. 



Concbo_ 
(Sept. 26, 1975) 



:. Karcher. 22 IEIA 139 



When one whose application for patent for a mining 
claim has been rejected requests a hearing to present 
evidence on the controlling issues of fact involved in 
the rejection of the application, such request must be 
granted. 



Estate_of_Arthur_C i 
(Jan. 30, 1975) 



■ Bowen,.Jpeceased). 18 IBLA 379 



Where a contestee in a mining contest preponderates 
sufficiently to overcome the Government's prima facie 
case on an issue raised by the evidence in a mining 
contest and there is no evidence en other essential 
disputed issues, the contest should be dismissed unless 
a patent application is being contested, in which case 
a further hearing must be ordered to resolve other es- 
sential issues to determine whether the application may 
be allowed. 



fiBit£3_States_v_._Clari 
filConnor, 19 IBLA 9 (Fc 



b. 20, 1975) 



and, Gerald 
82 I.D. 68 



Where determination of issues of fact are appropriate 
and necessary for the exercise of Secretarial discre- 
tion, the Bearings Division of the Office of Hearings 
and Appeals will schedule and hold a hearing at the 
Secretary's direction to serve as a basis for findings 
of fact. 

Administrative Appeal of Hannah ^i nne s 
Alaska Indian v. Commissicner_of Ind ian 
TlBIA 263"""(Feb.~25', 1975) 



Where at a hearing held pursuant to sec. 2 of the Min- 
ing Claims Bights Bestoration Act, 30 U.S.C. § 621(b) 
(1970) , the mining claimant, prior to the taking cf 
any evidence, enters into a stipulation while laboring 
under confusion as to the effect of the stipulation, 
and the stipulation legally precludes all forms of 
placer mining on his claim, the decision below relying 
on the stipulation will be reversed and the case re- 
manded for a full hearing on the merits. 

fiiiaiLt- Brooks, 20 IBLA 100 (Apr. 25, 1975) 



A headquarters site 


drawal may be 


decla: 


Management wi 


thout i 


plication whe 


re the: 


with the law 


tc app: 


drawal. Howe 


ver, tl 


procedures. 


These : 


claimant to s 


how Cd 


validated wbe 


re the 


adequate cemf 


liance 


the withdraws 


1, and 


an cccortunit 


y for i 


facts on the 


complii 


Richard I. Pc 


je, 22 



claim located prior to a with- 
red invalid by the Bureau of land 
awaiting the filing cf a patent ap- 
re has been insufficient compliance 
ropriate the land before the with- 
he Bureau should fellow appropriate 
should include giving notice to the 
use why the claim should not be in- 
notice cf location does not show 
with the law sufficient to preclude 
initiating a contest and affording 
a hearing where there are disputed 
ance with the law. 

IBLA 37U (Nov. 17, 1975) 



While a mining location on land totally withdrawn may 
be declared null and void ab initio without bearing, if 
a claimant alleges facts which would establish an in- 
terest in a claim located prior to the withdrawal, the 
claim may not te declared null and vcid ab initio with- 
out epportunity for hearing. 

Hathern Lewis Stacy. 23 IELA 166 (Dec. 21, 1975) 



Where the claimant of a bemesite filed his nctice cf 
location prior to the segregation of the land by a 
withdrawal made subject to valid existing rights, and 
alleges that he initiated the development of improve- 
ments sufficient to establish a valid existing right 
prior to the withdrawal, it is error for the Bureau of 
Land Management to hold that the location notice was 
unacceptable for recordation, and the claim may only 
te canceled following nctice to the claimant and an 
epportunity to demonstrate the establishment cf a 
valid existing homesite claim prior to the withdrawal. 

2U IBLA 23 (Feb. 11, 1976) 



Evidence offered on appeal from an initial decisicn by 
an administrative law judge after a hearing in a lining 
contest say net be censidered or relied upcn in making 
a final decisicn but may only be censidered tc deter- 
mine if there should be a further hearing. 

A further hearing may be ordered in a mining contest 
where the record is unsatisfactorily confusing and 
conflicting en the issue of quantity cf minerals to 
satisfy the discovery test, a request for the rehear- 
ing has been made with an offer cf proof which tends 



ADniNISTBATIVE_PROCEDURE--Continued 

HKARINGS—Continued 

to show a new bearing might result in a different find- 
ing, and there has been nc objection to the request. 

United States_v. George R. Edeline et al. . 2U IBLA 3U 
"(Feb. 17, 1976) 



ADMINISTR ATI VE PROCEDURE — Continued 

BEARINGS— Continued 

hearing and where nothing has been submitted which sug- 
gests that another hearing would produce a different 
result. 

Unit _J_St at ___v__Ric hard and_Beverl__Wei_el, 26 IE1A 
183 (Aug. 1C, 19767" 



A sodium prospecting permittee whc applies for a pref- 
erence right sodium lease, alleging with supportive 
data that he has discovered a valuable deposit of sodi- 
um and that the land is chiefly valuable for sodium, as 
reguired by sec. 2<l of the Mineral Leasing Act of 1920, 
as amended, 30 U.S.C. $ 262 (1970), is entitled to a 
hearing conducted in accordance with sec. 5 of the Ad- 
ministrative Procedure Act, 5 U.S.C. § 5SU (1970), 
before his lease application may be finally rejected 
for failure to prove such a discovery. 

J3a£iJ!S_.«ins™ls_Cor£ 4 . , 25 IBLA 153 (June 10, 1976) 



Under «3 CFR 2802.1-7 (e), which provides that charges 
for a right-cf-way en public lands may be revised after 
notice and an opportunity for hearing, it is imprcper 
to increase such charges without following the pre- 
scribed procedure. 



Paradise Oil. Water ai 
37U (Sept. 8, 1976) 



Land Development, Inc.. 2 6 I EL J 



lining claim contest where the evidence of 
ble mineral deposit, submitted by contestee 
, bearing on the validity of 



a hearing, tearing on the validity ot a mining c 
In proceedings before the Department to determine the has greater probative weight than that offered b 
validity of a mining claim, notice and an opportunity Government, it is proper to find that contestee 
for a hearing pursuant to the Administrative Procedure preponderated and to dismiss, without prejudice. 



Act are reguired only where there is a disputed que- 
tion of fact; where the validity of a claim turns on 
the legal effect to be given facts of record concern- 
ing the status of the land when the claim was located 
no hearing is required. 

Beverl.x_Tru.ll. 25 IBLA 157 (June 10, 1976) 

£_vi__L_£ing___m_le__Darj:e^_o_g_l__, 26 IELA 2«9 
(Aug. 18, 1976) 



The regulations do not provide for hearings as a mat- 
ter of right on trespass violations involving a sec. 
15 grazing lessee. For the Board of Land Appeals to 
exercise its discretion under i»3 CFR U.U15 and order 
a hearing, the appellant must allege facts which, if 
proved, would entitle him to the relief sought. 



laim, 
y the 
has 

the 
neral 



Ro__e_ Rolfe and 
1976) 



>ld_J._Rolfe, 25 IBLA 331 (June 30, 
83 I.C. 269 



Under U3 CFR 2802.1-7 (e), which provides that charges 
for use and occupancy of a communication site on public 
lands may be revised after notice and an opportunity 
for hearing, it is improper to increase such charges 
without following the prescribed procedure. 

Following a hearing under 13 CFR 2802.1-7, a decision 
increasing the charges for use and occupancy of a 
communication site is in error to the extent that the 
decision is based upon unspecified evidence not in the 
record and not made known to the user, and the decision 
must be set aside. 

In a case where a substantial increase is proposed 
in charges for a communication site under U3 CFR 
2802. 1-7 (e), the required hearing should be con- 
ducted in accordance with the accepted concepts of 
due process. 



American Telephone and Telegraph Co 
3«l~(June 30, 1976) 



A second hearing will not be afforded where a claimant 
was given notice and an opportunity to appear at a 
hearing, and where he actually was represented at the 



preponderated and to dismiss, without prejudice, 
complaint alleging no discovery of a valuable mi 
posit. 

ited St ates v. Arizona Mining and Refining Cc. 
_a__. 27 IELA 99 (Sept. 29, 1976) 



A reguest for postponement made more than 10 days prior 
to a bearing is properly denied where there has been 
no showing of good cause and proper diligence. A ccn- 
testee's reguest for postponement is properly denied 
when (1) a ccntestee only seeks postponement in order 
to pursue an exchange of land for the claims; and (2) 
the administrative law judge rules that the contestant 
may seek tc dismiss the contest if an exchange is con- 
templated and the contestant does not wish to abate the 
contest proceedings. 

A request for postponement made at a bearing or within 
10 days of a hearing is properly denied where there has 
teen no showing of an extreme emergency which could not 
have been anticipated and which justifies beyond ques- 
tion the granting of a postponement. This standard is 
not met by a party's assertion that it has not had 
adeguate opportunity to prepare a defense where such 
difficulty cculd have been anticipated before the 
request was made. 



United States v. Hine Dev elopment Corp. 
27 IELA 238 (Oct. 18, 1976) 



et 



It is within the discretion of the Board of Land 
Appeals to grant a reguest for a hearing en a question 
cf fact. In order to warrant such a hearing, an appel- 
lant must at least allege facts which, if proved, would 
entitle him tc the relief sought. 

Sun_Studs__J_nc., 27 IBLA 278 (Oct. 26, 1976) 

83 I.C. 518 



In a proceeding before the Department to determine the 
validity of a mining claim, notice and an opportunity 
for an evidentiary hearing is reguired only where there 
is a disputed guestion of fact; where the validity of a 
claim turns en the legal effect to be given facts of 
record concerning the status of the land when the claim 
was located, no hearing is required. 

W. A. Todd. A. B. Johnson. 28 IBLA 180 (Dec. 1, 1976) 

David Budinski et al.. 31 IBLA 139 (June 30, 1977) 



ADqiHISTBATIVB PBOCEDOBE— Continued 

HEABINGS — Continued 

Where the record does not disclose sufficient facts 
upon which to make determinations whether a Bureau of 
Land Management officer who signed an oil and gas lease 
possessed the authority to do so, when the date of as- 
certainment of a known geclogic structure actually oc- 
curred, and whether the United States Geological Survey 
had sufficient information to make a known geologic 
structure determination, a hearing may be ordered so 
that a complete record may be developed. 

William T t Alexander (On Bemand) . 28 IBLA 277 (Dec. 22, 
1976) 



ACHINISTBATIVE PROCEDURE — Continued 

HEARINGS— Continued 

A mining claim located on land withdrawn from location 
under the mining laws is null and void ab initic — with- 
out legal effect from the beginning. Such a mining 
claim may properly be declared null and void withcut 
a hearing where the records of the Department of the 
Interior shew that the land was withdrawn from the op- 
eration of the Onited States mining laws at the time 
the claim was located. 

C hail£s_ B A _ Hi e lseju.Pauji ne_ jjiel sen , 30 IELA 235 
(Hay 26, 1977) 

James Hessanc. 35 IBLA 383 (June 23, 1978) 



Under the Department of the Interior's rules governing 
contests against mining claims, where an answer tc a 
complaint is not filed within the prescribed time the 
allegations of the complaint will be taken as admitted 
by the contestee and the case decided without a hearinc 
by the appropriate officer of the Bureau of land Han- 
agement. A mining claim may be declared null and void 
where there was a charge in the complaint of insuffi- 
cient minerals to constitute a valid discovery. 



Onited States. y.„ William 
29 IBLA 7 (Feb. 8, 1977) 



C, Smith, „a/k/a., Bill Smith , 



Evidence offered on appeal from an initial decision by 
an administrative law judge after a hearing in a con- 
test may not be considered or relied upen in making a 
final decisicn but may only be considered to determine 
if there should be a further hearing. 

David A. Burns. 30 IBLA 359 (June 10, 1977) 

Joe I . Sanche z and Ce lina V. Sanchez, et al T . U2 IEIA 
176 (Aug. 22, 1979) 



Under the Department of the Interior's rules governing 
contests against mining claims, where an answer to a 
complaint is not filed within the prescribed time the 
allegations of the complaint will be taken as admitted 
by the contestee and the case decided without a bearing 
by the appropriate officer of the Bureau of Land Man- 
agement. However, under the rules an answer may be 
accepted if it is received within 10 days after the 
due date and it is determined that the answer was 
probably transmitted before the end of the period in 
which it was required to be filed. 

Jesse Smith . 29 IBLA 10 (Feb. 8, 1977) 



The Government has established a prima facie case whei 
a mineral examiner testifies that he has examined a 
mining claim and has found the mineral values insuffi- 
cient to support a finding of discovery. 

United States.y.. Fred and Eileen Garner. 30 IBLA U2 
"(Apr. 18, 1977) 



(June 7, 1977) 



Richard E. Walls. 30 IBLA 333 



2aAi£4-Si3i£S (Contestant! v. Earl Frisco and Sandra 
Yo ung (Copt;es^ees) . 32 IBLA 2U8 (Sept. 21, 1977) 

£ailSd_Slales_y^_Ernegl_F._Di2£H-3na aichard_J,,_T, 
ind.ers.on. 32 IBLA 361 (Oct. 25, 1977) 

United StaSg§_ v,, .Beatrice. Ann. Jofenspn. 33 IELA 121 
(Dec. 19, 1977) 



Andrew J. Van Derpoel et al. , 
1978) 



33 IBLA 2«8 (Jan. 5, 



United. States. y^.Clark, J. .Guild et al,. 3U IELA 387 
(Hay 3, 1978) 

United States v. Don Lee_Seto_and Pauline Seto, 35 IELA 
<t (Hay 3, 1978) 



i!!!iied_States 
1979) 



v. John A. Cooley. «3 IBLA 276 (Oct. 15, 



li'Uied_S^^es_v._J^n_Zj i mmers_and_Claire_Kellj, ui» IBLI 
1«2 (Nov. 30, 1979) 



Government witnesses in a contest proceeding who are 
qualified by education and experience are competent 
to testify as experts with reference to the prudent 
man rule. 



United States v 
1977) 



i rtell . 31 IEIA U7 (June 23, 



While a lining location on land totally withdrawn may 
be declared null and void ab initio without hearing, 
if a claimant alleges facts which would establish an 
interest in a claim located prior to the withdrawal, 
the claim may not be declared null and void ab initio 
without notice and an opportunity for hearing. 

Calen Hineral s . Inc .. 31 IBLA 166 (July 5, 1977) 



The Government has established a prima facie case when 
a mineral examiner testifies that he has examined a 
mining claim and has found the mineral values insuffi- 
cient to support a finding of discovery. 

Where an administrative law judge's decisicn contains 
a ruling, in a single sentence, en all cf the proposed 
findings and ccnclusions submitted by a party tc a 
hearing and the ruling on each finding and ccnclusicn 
is clear, there is no requirement that the judge rule 
separately as to each of the proposed findings and 
conclusions. 

y.nit€d_States v^ Leslie Harlinq and William_Harling, 
32~IELA 29 7»ug. _ 3l7~1977) 



The rule of evidence excluding hearsay is not strictly 
adhered to in administrative proceedings, particularly 
where the evidence, such as assay reports with a proper 
foundation concerning the sampling, submission of the 
samples for assaying, and the reputation cf the assayer, 
is competent and relevant. After such reports are ad- 
mitted, the factfinder may give them appropriate weight 
according to the circumstances surrounding the specific 
report. 

United States v. Rob e rt A . , flukke (Regist ere d Agent), 

Valumines. Inc., et al.. 32 IBLA~155 (Sept. 12, 1977) 



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After holding a hearing pursuant to the Administrative 
Procedure Act, an administrative law judge may properly 
find that a person has committed a grazing trespass if 
that finding is in accordance with and supported ty re- 
liable, probative, and substantial evidence. Because a 
grazing trespass proceeding is not a criminal proceed- 
ing, it need not be proved beyond a reasonable doubt 
that a particular individual committed the trespass. 

There is no constitutional right to a jury trial in an 
administrative proceeding such as a grazing trespass 
hearing. 

Administrative hearings reguired in grazing trespass 
cases are not an unlawful exercise of judicial power 
and meet constitutional requirements and the standards 
of the Administrative Procedure Act. The constitution- 
al requirement of due process is not violated merely 
because an administrative law judge is employed by the 
Department of the Interior. 



Bureau of Land_Manaqgment , y.,, Rgss.Babcgck , 
(Sept. 15, 1977) 



32 IBLA 17« 
8« I.C. 475 



When a mining claim located in the Papagc Indian 
Reservation is declared invalid for failure to pay 
annual rental timely, and that fact is not disputed, 
a hearing is not reguired as there are no issues of 
fact involved but only of law. 



_2_i______ll____ 



33 IBLA 26 (Nov. 22, 1977) 



A request for a hearing will be denied in the absence 
of an assertion of fact which, if proved true, would 
entitle appellant to the relief sought. 

___t____n___i_C__. 3U IBLA 285 (Apr. 17, 1978) 



In some cases due process requires not that a person 
have notice and a prior hearing before a deprivation of 
property, but that an individual be given notice and an 
opportunity for a hearing before the deprivation of 
property becomes final. 

In proceedings before the Department to determine the 
validity of a mining claim, notice and an opportunity 
for a hearing is reguired only where there is a dis- 
puted question of fact; where the validity of a claim 
turns on the legal effect to be given facts of record 
concerning the status of the land when the claim was 
located, no hearing is required. 



H. B. Webb. 3U IBLA 362 (Bay 1, 1978) 



When the United States contests a mining claim for lack 
of discovery of a valuable mineral deposit, a crucial 
date for the existence or nonexistence of the discovery 
is the date of the hearing. Where a mining claimant 
has shown no justification for her failure to offer 
evidence of a discovery at the hearing nor shown any 
likelihood that further evidence could be presented to 
change the result, a request on appeal for additional 
time to explore the claim for additional evidence of 
minerals will be denied, and an administrative law 
judge's decision declaring the claim null and void will 
be affirmed. 



United States v. 
1978) 



Thelma 0. Crismon. 3U IBLA 381 (May 2, 



Where land has long been devoted to a particular public 
purpose such as inclusion in a forest reserve, laches 
may bar an application filed pursuant to the Transpor- 
tation Act cf 1900, M9 U.S.C. 5 65(b) (1970) and 
«3 U.S.C. § 898 (1970), in which case a hearing need 
not be ordered to determine whether a railroad's pur- 
chaser was an innocent purchaser for value. 

Southern Pacific Tr anspo r tation Co., D onald K. lee, 
Charles, Siller v., United States Forest Service. 3 5 IEIA 
270 (June 2, 1978) 



Appellant may not use appeal to Board or reguest for 
hearing under «3 CFR U.U15 as vehicle for petitioning 
Secretary of the Interior to have withdrawal revoked 
and land restored to entry. 

Harry, H. Wilson. 35 IBLA 3U9 (June 19, 1978) 



It reguires a substantial showing of bias to disqualify 
a hearing officer in administrative proceedings or to 
justify a charge that the bearing was unfair. 

--ii.-.,?-a£gs i y», Richard, H. v Kingdpn and Edith_F. 
Kinqdon. 36 IBLA 11 (June 27, 1978) 



The Government has established a prima facie case cf 
nondiscovery when a mineral examiner testifies that he 
has examined a mining claim and has found the mineral 
values insufficient to support a finding of discovery. 



States v. 
(July 31, 1978) 



36 IBLA lUi 



The notice and opportunity for hearing envisaged by 
U3 CFR 2802.1-7 (e) requires at a minimum that the les- 
see be provided with a copy of the appraisal report, 
that he be permitted to appear before the decision- 
maker, that the decisionmaker not be the person who 
made or approved the appraisal, and that adequate rec- 
ords of the hearing conducted pursuant to the regula- 
tions be maintained. 

Circle L. Inc .. 36 IBLA 260 (Aug. 15, 1978) 

Donald R._Clark^ C. .Reinhar-t C Son, Inc., Hartwell 
___I_____i____7 39 IBLA 182~lJan. 31, 19797 



In an administrative hearing to determine the validity 
of a mining claim, the requirements of due process are 
satisfied when notice and opportunity for an impartial 
bearing are provided in accordance with the Administra- 
tive Procedure Act. 5 U.S.C. * 551 et seg. (1976). 

The mere fact that the witnesses, the administrative 
law judge, and members of the Board of land Appeals 
are employees of the Department of the Interior dees 
not establish unfairness in the contest proceeding. 

A Forest Service mineral examiner who is a witness in 
a Government contest of a mining claim is not disquali- 
fied nor is his testimony discredited merely because he 
is an employee of that agency. 

In order to sustain a charge that an administrative law 
judge should be disqualified or his decision set aside 
for bias, a substantial showing of personal bias must 
be made. 

The Secretary of the Interior has plenary authority 
over the public lands, including mineral lands, and has 
been entrusted with the function of making the initial 



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determination of the validity of claims against such 
lands. 



U nited_St a t es_v i _Pa u 1_P . _ f i she r_and_Buel_ B ._Fi sher , 
37 IBLA 80~7iept7 22, 1978) 



violated. The procedures authorized by M3 CFR 
9239.3-2 (c) (3) do not violate due process. 



Eernandc Herrera v. Eureau of Land Management. 
262~Dec. 8, "1978) 



Where there exist factual questions about the location 
of section and subdivisional corners in a dependent 
resurvey, the Board of Land Appeals nay order a hearing 
pursuant to U3 CPR U.415 to resolve these questions. 

Bethel C. Vernon. 37 IBLA 226 (Oct. 16, 1978) 



A delay in taking action on an application for exten- 
sion of a coal prospecting permit while the Secretary 
formulates a new leasing policy does not violate the 
Administrative Procedure Act, 5 U.S.C. § 555(b) (1976) 
nor does it constitute an abuse of discretion which 
would create any rights net authorized by law. No 
hearing is required when the facts of a case are not 
in dispute and the only issues are questions of law. 



I°se bu d_Coa l_Sa les_Co.. , 37 IBLA 251 (Oct. 



18, 1978) 
85 I.D. 396 



After holding a hearing pursuant to the Administrative 
Procedure Act, an administrative law judge may properly 
find that a person has committed a grazing trespass if 
that finding is in accordance with and supported ky re- 
liable, probative and substantial evidence. 

Bureau of Land Management v. Hol land Livestock Ranch 
it_ali. 39 IELA~272 (Feb.~15, 1979)" " 86~I.c7~133 



The Government has established a prima facie case cf a 
lack of discovery, thus shifting the burden of going 
forward, when an expert witness testified that he has 
examined the claim and has found the mineral value in- 
sufficient tc support a finding of discovery. 



United_Stat.es y, Tempest Mining 
"(Apr7~277 1979) 



ro. 



«0 IELA 297 



The Government has established a prima facie case of a 
lack of discovery, thus shifting the burden of proving 
a discovery onto the mining claimant, when an expert 
witness testifies that he has examined the claim and 
has found the mineral values insufficient tc support a 
finding of discovery. 



United States y. John.S. 
1978) 



Porter. 37 IBLA 313 (Oct. 25, 



A request for a hearing will be denied when the facts 
are not in dispute and the determination rests on 
questions of law. 



Alaska Natives who allege substantial use and occupancy 
of vacant, unappropriated, and unreserved public land 
in Alaska for a period of at least 5 years pursuant to 
the Act of May 17, 1906, as amended, «3 U.S.C. «$ 270-1 
to 270-3 (1970), and the regulations at 13 CEH Subpart 
2561 ate entitled to notice and an opportunity for a 
hearing prior to rejection of their application. Such 
notice shall specify the reasons for the proposed re- 
jection. Claimant shall have an opportunity tc present 
evidence and testimony of favorable witnesses at a 
hearing tefore the trier cf fact prior to a decision. 

te et al.. 00 IBLA 321 (Apr. 30, 1979) 



Estate of C harles D. Ashley , 



37 IELA 367 (Nov. 2, 1978) 
85 I.E. «03 



Where a Government mineral examiner testifies that he 
has examined a claim and found the quantity of minerals 
insufficient to support a finding of discovery, a prima 
facie case of invalidity has been established and the 
burden shifts to the claimants. 



United States v. Loren E. Burns et al. . 
7nov. 20, 1978) 



38 IELA 97 



When an Alaska Native allotment applicant alleges that 
there has been substantial use and occupancy of vacant, 
unappropriated, and unreserved public land in Alaska 
for a period of at least 5 years pursuant to i)3 U.S.C. 
«$ 270-1 to 270-3 (1970) and <43 CFR Subpart 2561, and 
the Eureau cf Land Management determines the application 
should be rejected because the land was not so used and 
occupied, the Native is entitled under contest proce- 
dures, U3 CFR U.i»51, to notice and an opportunity for a 
hearing prior to rejection of his application. 

Mary Bobby. HI IBLA H« (May 29, 1979) 

Rika Murphy,, Geng.H. .Smagqe. U2 IBLA 51 (July 31, 1979) 



Where the alleged trespasser makes no allegations of a 
specific and substantial nature regarding whether or 
not a trespass has in fact occurred, the procedure 
authorized by U3 CFR 9239. 3-2 (c) (K) limiting a hearing 
"to the determination of the amount of damages, value 
of the forage consumed, and any other amounts consid- 
ered to be due the United States as a result of said 
trespass" does not result in a denial of due process. 

A hearing on the issue of whether or not a trespass was 
willful or not clearly willful is authorized by «3 CPR 
9239.3-2(c) («) because a finding on this issue affects 
the rate at which the value of the forage consumed 
shall be computed pursuant to «3 CPR 9239. 3-2 (c) (2) . 

Where BLH has impounded five horses found to be tres- 
passing on public lands closed to grazing and no notice 
and hearing are afforded to the owner of said animals 
prior to impoundment because the owner is unknown to 
BLH, the due process rights of said owner are not 



Where issues of material fact are in dispute, due pro- 
cess requires that an applicant for a Native allotment 
be notified cf the specific reasons for the prepesed 
rejection, allowed to submit written evidence tc the 
contrary, and granted an opportunity for an oral hear- 
ing before the trier of fact where evidence and testi- 
mony of favorable witnesses may be submitted before a 
decision is reached to reject an application for an 
allotment. 

Where Bureau of Land Management determines an appli- 
cation for a Native allotment should be rejected for 
failure to establish use and occupancy of the land, 
Eureau of Land Management should initiate a contest 
proceeding pursuant to «3 CFR 1.U51 et se_. 

Frederick Phillips et al.. Ul IBLA 169 (June 22, 1979) 

?Ug.g»..Sheldcn et al.. U2 IBLA 276 (Aug. 27, 1S7S) 
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whether the Government established a prima facie case 
ci lack cf discovery, if the entire reccrd establishes 
that a discover; was not Bade on a claim it is properly 
declared null and void. 



Where legal conclusions are reached in an appellate 
decision upon undisputed facts, and there has been no 
proffer of further facts which could compel different 
legal conclusions, no useful purpose would be served 
for a hearing, and a reguest therefor is properly 
denied . 



Floyd L. A nders on. Sr. . «1 IBLA 28C 



(June 28, 1979) 

86 I.E. 3«5 



Pe t e r_ Pa n r u k , "43 IBLA 69 (Sept. 19, 1979) 
Nic ky N ickoli. H3 IBLA 296 (Oct. 17, 1979) 



A reguest for a hearing on a Native allotment applica- 
tion will be denied where there are no facts in dispute 
and the sole guestion is a legal issue. 

Lindbgrg. Alexander. HI IBLA 382 (July 23, 1979) 



It was proper to deny mining claimants' reguest to re- 
drill on lining claims after the land was withdrawn 
froi lining where the work would be an effort tc lake 
a discovery cf a valuable lineral deposit within the 
claii rather than siiply a confirmation or corrobora- 
tion of a discovery prior to the withdrawal. 

United States v. William Layon Chappell et al. ,